Individual action on climate change

Making various personal choices has been advocated as a means of fighting climate change.[1]

See also


  1. Heede, Richard (2002-04-09). "Household Solutions" (PDF). Rocky Mountain Institute. Retrieved 2007-07-07. As we'll see below, homeowners can take a measured approach to emissions reduction, gradually saving and investing small amounts of capital, and far exceed the U.S.'s Kyoto Protocol commitment to reduce all emissions of greenhouse gases to 7 per cent below 1990 emissions by 2012.
  2. Is 'green' the new black?
  3. "Wind energy". Risø National Laboratory. Retrieved 2007-07-07.
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