This week’s podcast episode covers the second most popular answer to the question, “What is the problem you are struggling with most in regard to this career?”
And the truth is all animals will be affected by climate change – including us. So if we really care about animals, we have to think and do something about these larger issues and we can’t only talk about species-specific problems.
For my Earth month series, I’m kicking it off by talking about this big issue of climate change. Most Americans now recognize it is human caused and that we need to so something about it. Many are even experiencing climate anxiety and/or grief.
I recently read an article about how doing something about climate change can actually alleviate grief. I thought now would be the perfect time to empower you all with actions that you can do to help alleviate climate change.
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In this week’s podcast, I offer you 21 different ways you can contribute to fighting climate change starting off with the most impactful things you can do based on research to the ones you still should do, but that have less of an effect.
The key is to always move towards progress – not perfection. It is way better to have lots of people taking action imperfectly than few people getting it all right.
What actions have you been taking? Leave your answer in the comments below.
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