Using cars less and walking and cycling more.
Buying more in local shops rather than in supermarkets.
Growing more of our own food and managing woodlands for firewood.
Encouraging the purchase of fairly traded, low carbon-footprint goods which truly benefit producer communities in other parts of the world.
Measuring our carbon footprints in order to identify where we can improve, and to monitor progress.
Reducing the number of non-essential overseas flights we take.
Reducing our energy use within the home, by insulating, installing low-energy bulbs, etc.
Generating our own power renewably, including solar panels, wind turbines and biomass as appropriate.
Reducing our landfill waste to zero by reducing consumption, re-using and recycling our waste
Supporting those around the world, particularly the poorest, who suffer the impacts of global warming-related disasters.
We no longer want to act as if climate change is someone else's problem. The problem is ours. But, if we act collectively, so too is the solution.