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The term “eco-friendly” refers to lessening your impact on the environment and avoiding or preventing as much harm as possible through your interactions with it. Becoming eco-friendly doesn’t mean that your life will turn upside down, you can start with small (yet significant) changes…

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Climate change denial is still high despite an established scientific consensus. What are the underlying psychological reasons for climate denial and what can we do to tackle it? Two young environmentalists share their experiences.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has limited our ability to protest for climate action – Climate Census is an exciting new opportunity to make your voice heard in the upcoming UK census. Read more about the census and upcoming mass digital action here.

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The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world, it covers 9 countries and protects more than 60,000 species. If you have been wondering how you could help reduce the rate of deforestation, you first need to understand the relationship between meat consumption and deforestation.

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Five years after the Paris agreement, many of us still avoid taking climate change seriously. What role do cultural identity and psychology play in climate denial and how can we inspire the changes we need to see?

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Christmas this year should 100% be a chance to relax, rest up and spend time with loved ones. However, Christmas can be a time which has a significant toll on the planet in the western world. In light of this, here are some simple switches for a very much still festive, Christmas season.

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Greenwashing creates the false impression that a company has done the work for you: they have made the effort to be more environmentally conscious so you can buy their stuff guilt-free without doing your own research, because if it says they’re ‘sustainable’, why would you doubt them?

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Wildfires, a melting arctic, rising sea levels – many will recognise the deep unease these headlines create within ourselves. While concern about the future is a normal response, an increasing number of people experience profound feelings of depression and grief relating to the environment.

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Nature is complex and its response to potential future climates remains hugely uncertain. However, the benefits of maintaining and restoring these natural ecosystems in sustainable means are becoming increasingly proven and a key component of the “nature based solutions” to tackle climate change.

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Eco-anxiety, climate grief and all of those other emotions are perfectly rational responses to the unfolding situation – but yet, we have to find a way to balance them, to function in the world, because there is still hope and we can still make a difference. So where do we start?

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Have you ever censored your social media content because you don’t want to showcase an unsustainable aspect of your life? I have. Many of us are held to account by online “eco-police”. But are these well-intentioned “eco-police” sending their energy in the right direction?

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We all have a part to fight climate change. But the concept of climate change can be overwhelming, immense and frightening. Often then frozen into doing nothing because of the question, will my 1 action out of 7.8 billion matter. However, there are steps we can all take individually.

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