As we take small steps along a long road it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the huge challenges we face in addressing climate change. However, there’s hard science to prove that small cumulative actions are an essential part of driving community change. And, most important, they can make you feel much better!
Remember, small steps, long road… Let’s walk together.
In one minute you can
- Like, comment or share one of our posts to your own networks – it helps us grow our network and makes us all feel great!
- Subscribe to our Facebook Group — it feels good to see how many people there are out there who share our concern and our determination
- Forward our newsletter to someone who might be interested — recommendations from friends and family beat snazzy marketing any day.
In ten minutes you can
- Take a photo of your morning walk, tell us what you love about it and send it to us for our instagram page. You could become an eco-influencer.
- Have a chat with your local barista or small business owner to say thanks for using compostible cups, or installing solar, or using recycled paper — feedback really matters.
- Switch to a renewable energy supplier — it only takes minutes but this is the single biggest thing you can do to lower your emissions.
In an hour you can
- Sign up to deliver some leaflets for us — get fit and meet fellow walkers too!
- Come and have a coffee or visit us at the markets and tell us about your best ideas for reducing emissions in our community — big ideas are what we all need right now
- Download a sustainability app or discover one on the web — there are some great programs out there, including Climate Clever, One Small Step and Roadmap to
And if you have:
2 hours a month – How about joining our market stall volunteer team, helping set up, pack down, talking to visitors?
2 hours a week – We’re hanging out for people to support our program leaders, doing admin, writing, taking photos, making phone calls, editing webpages, designing and research. Every little bit helps.
2 hours a day — Now that’s sounding a bit serious! You’d better call us straightaway. We’d love to hear from you.