Turn off your room air conditioning and water heater if you aren’t using it, as just by saving on this electricity waste we can save thousands of lives every year.
This episode is the part second of the previous episode but you don’t need to necessarily listen to part 1 for catching up on this. This episode has its own independent pointers that will help us as individuals to understand the possible ways in which we can reduce our carbon footprint. The overall idea is to help derive a mindset — so that the reduction happens by default and through our habits.
Almost everything in this world runs on the chain of demand and supply. The more you will demand, the more it will be produced. So the easiest way to minimise anything which is adversely affecting us is to reduce its demand.
In this episode of Conscious Citizens we will learn about four things that will help us fight the climate emergency:
- The Habit of Recycling
- Home Energy Usage
- Shopping Habits
- Exercising your Rights
Climate change is a complex problem in need and it demands a unified global response, but every individual effort towards building a safer future is valuable. And By making changes to our individual lifestyles based on environmental concern, we can help to influence the attitudes and behaviours of people around us in relation to addressing the climate crisis.
In this Podcast Series of Conscious Citizens, we will learn about the concerning matter of Climate Change. Humanity faces the greatest threat from climate change, and it is important to address this issue as a matter of major concern. We will go through the impact of climate change on Humankind, the solutions that will define our fate, and the technological innovations that can help.
Climate risks pose serious threats to Kenya’s sustainable development goals. India and Kenya share a lot of similar concerns, in this talk of Conscious Citizens, Abhilash will discuss with Lynn the different aspects of climate issues concerning Kenya.
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