On Stage: How to Talk About Climate Change with Your Family

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From Climate Day LA, a short play on how to talk to your family about climate change.

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P2P LA Members: Individual Climate Actions

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When Path to Positive: Los Angeles members join our Leadership Circle, we ask them how they personally act on climate. Here’s what they’ve told us they do to live more sustainably and reduce energy and emissions:

Turn off the lights when not using a room.

Unplug devices when not using them.

Reduce food waste.

Take shorter showers.

Reduce meat consumption.

Reuse water when possible.

Fix any leaks.

Upgrade to energy-efficient appliances.

Install double-paned windows and insulation to reduce energy use.

Install solar panels.

Garden with California native plants.

Replace your lawn with a drought-resistant yard.

Use more public transportation.

Drive a hybrid or electric car.

Carpool.

Bike more.

Walk more.

Do not use bottled water.

Be conscious of packaging when buying groceries.

Compost.

Buy from companies that support climate action.

Start or volunteer with a community garden.

Work to advance sustainable practices at your local school district.

Be a supporter and online advocate for environmental and climate groups.

Vote with the environment and climate in mind.

 

Have your own suggestions? Share them with us! #LAClimateAction

Posted on Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
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