What more can we do? Sue the government!

OnCirculation

By Claire

I have to admit, that I do feel quite overwhelmed when I start to think honestly about climate change. The problem seems so big, and I feel so small. How can I possibly make a difference, when there is so much inaction from the large players, both in government and the private sector? Once I have changed over all my lightbulbs, brought green bags to the super market and started using blankets instead of a heater, what more can I do?

Well, whoever said that an individual (or a small group of teenagers, as this case may be) can’t take on the big players in climate change, obviously did not get through to this group of people.

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