Russel Crowe’s 75-second rant on the climate crisis…
Ultimately, there is only one way to mitigate climate change and that is to step away from all fossil fuels, on a rapid timeline, and convert the entire country and economy to renewable forms of energy.”
We need to focus on big decisions, on core problems, and put the planet and people first before politics. It is time to act. Let’s lead the way…”
To live more sustainably, I think focusing on these five areas is key
Work Towards Climate Solutions
There are a lot of climate solutions we can be working on. Working with others amplifies our efforts. Join this group and make change in your state capital.
By lowering our energy requirements, we lower how much renewable energy needs to be produced to satisfy our needs. It’s easier than you might think to make your home use energy more efficiently and there are people and businesses who want to help you. Learn more about how to make your home more comfortable, more valuable, and easier to heat and cool.
You can be generating all the electricity you need to run your home and transportation needs.
We’ll learn about how our energy is produced. You can produce your own renewable energy, or purchase it from a sustainable energy provider, and we’ll learn how.
How we get ourselves and our things around in Vermont cost us billions. In fact, in 2010, Vermont spent $1.1 billion on gasoline. If those miles had been driven by electric energy it would have only cost $275 million. Learn what transportation options make the most sense for you.
We really need to rethink how we get our selves and our things around. It’s the area where we can save the most. Vermont spends around 60% of our energy dollars on transportation. We can do better.
Vermont, like some other states, is making a great effort to have farmers provide as much food as possible for residence and travelers. We’ll learn more about our food choices and how the influence our diets and well-being.