If we all made small differences, they’d add up to something big
This Sunday (April 22), is the yearly Earth Day global movement, created back in 1970 to raise awareness for environmental issues and promote protection of the planet. Whether we like it or not (we’re looking at you, Trump) climate change is a real and very serious issue that all of us, collectively, need to address.
But, we do understand that’s pretty hard for us to do when the general public are not invited to world summit meetings or one-to-one sessions with world leaders.
However, we can make changes to our lifestyles and daily routines that can contribute to a positive future for the planet. The small changes will add up to the big ones, so don’t pass off starting small. Whilst decreasing your personal carbon footprint, as a collective, we’ll be able to make a huge change to the future of our home.
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