It is now Britain’s biggest climate change campaign, with over 3,000 events being attended by half a million people across the country this week.
Climate Week promotes positive steps for people to live and work more sustainably. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to prevent climate change and create a secure future.
Paul is encouraging people to take part in Climate Week. You can:
Make a Climate Week Cuisine meal from sustainable food – recipe suggestions, including from Paul himself, are at www.climateweek.com/green-your-cuisine
Join the Climate Week Energy Switch and transfer your household electricity supply to a green energy supplier – it takes just five minutes at www.climateweek.com/switch-your-energy
Sign the Climate Week Declaration that calls on the government to do more to combat climate change – it takes one minute to sign at www.climateweek.com/climate-week-declaration
Add the Climate Week Twibbon to your Twitter or Facebook profile – it takes one minute at www.twibbon.com/support/climate-week-2013