Fast Company’s: Climate Change Survival Plan

This is not a sponsored post. I’m just genuinely excited about the articles that Fast Company, a magazine & digital media company, has put together on Climate Change. Free! One post in particular really resonated with me to the point where I joked to myself; “Well, I can shut down my blog because someone has written the perfect article about what we can do and how we can do it!”

That would be letting myself off too easily though, wouldn’t it? Many of us need avenues to meet as individuals that help us feel connected and engaged with other people. So I’ll be here, spooling out the best ideas I can find on Nature and Community related subjects.

If you have time, I encourage you to read these articles.

The article I liked the most: https://www.fastcompany.com/90680284/heres-how-to-push-for-action-on-the-climate-crisis

The main landing page to the Fast Company Climate Survival Plan: https://www.fastcompany.com/section/climate-change-survival-plan


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7 thoughts on “Fast Company’s: Climate Change Survival Plan

  1. Great resource. The idea of the individual’s ability to influence a companies decision by their purchases makes perfect sense, and the challenge of getting through the “green washing” of the marketing team is always a challenge.

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    1. It is really hard not to buy goods made in China. I often say they don’t need to go to war with the U.S. to threaten us because they have so much control over our economics, all they have to do is squeeze us at certain pressure points to make their position clear. It would be interesting to find data on how much the US relies on China compared to the UK and other countries. I try to support local businesses to the best of my ability, but its tough when so much has been outsourced overseas.

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