Environmental groups, governments and international organisations are aware of the power we have to make our own choices. This has led many of them to try to persuade us to take particular actions such as using energy efficient light bulbs, insulating our houses or using public transport.  These are all important actions, but what else is needed in order for us to learn to choose?

Making choices is a theme throughout Learning to Choose ~ Climate Change. In previous sections, we have explored:
 

Possible local impacts of global climate change;

  • Our own personal connections to climate change, particularly in terms of carbon emissions;
  • Questions about measuring personal carbon emissions;
  • How asking questions can help us to understand our connections;
  • Some of the debates around renewable energy production as a way to reduce carbon emissions.

So, what do you need…to be able to learn to choose?

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