The impact of climate change is devastating especially for people in deprived areas, but ingenuity can help them adapt and thrive. Solving the global climate change crisis is going to rely on, in one way or another, changing human behaviour. As individuals, we each have a responsibility to change how we live on a day to day basis to reduce the further onset of dangerous climate change. We can all play our part together and then many small changes will multiply into a large contribution.
Our team of young volunteers were gathered at the Middleton Circus speaking with residents and giving them flyers that offers helpful tips on how they can manage their carbon footprint. We work very closely with our communities to develop simple, practical solutions that can help minimise the ways in which we impact on the planet. Behavioural changes are vital for local communities to sustain or change residents’ behaviours to reduce climate change.
We’ll like to thank all the residents of Middleton who joined us to show their support in the fight for climate change. Special thanks also goes to Councillor Wayne Dixon – Cllr Wayne Dixon of the Social Democratic Party and to our sponsors The National Lottery Community Fund
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