Opportunities for Action

It is often argued that individual action is insufficient to move us towards sustainability objectives, and that although the action of individuals can be meaningful, it is really only a Band-Aid on what amounts to be a hemorrhaging wound.  Many use the analogy of individual action as the mere rearrangement of the deck chairs on an already sinking ship, and argue that what is required to achieve significant results are top-down policy approaches that make societal and global change happen.  Presented here are specific examples of how you can be an effective agent of change and a vital part of sustainable problem-solving

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