Climate Change, and what to do about it

Today, Gordon Brown writes:

Sarah and I are trying to do our bit. In Downing Street, we are composting, recycling, using energy-saving light bulbs and buying locally-sourced and sustainable food whenever possible. It’s little things like this which will make a big difference if we all do them.

David Miliband is less practical:

There will have to be compromise, but there cannot be compromise on the ambition

They both encourage us to back the UK bid in Copenhagen. They are writing as part of Blog Action Day on Climate Change. So am I.

The Prime Minister comes right out and says it:

Climate change is the biggest threat to all our futures

So just what can we do about it? Here are two local initiatives I am involved with:

One Comment

  1. Niels Grundtvig Nielsen Says:

    Good for you, Mark! We’re poised to order a high-efficiency multidiimensional condensing boiler, and I’m pleased to note from the summary on our yearly statement that we reduced our electricity consumption last year.
    Do more with less.

    Nx