Are Our Climate Change Actions Actually Helping The Global Warming Fight?

We’re all recycling more, buying electric cars, and taking paper and recycled bags to the supermarket…

But do our climate change actions really move the needle on global warming?

Listen to the episode of The Briefing here:

There are anti-global warmists who say renewable energy is a myth, and you’ll achieve nothing by recycling your bottles and cans, and putting your paper in the paper bin is a waste of time.

So, the question is, are they right…?

In this episode of The Briefing, we’re joined by Amanda McKenzie, the CEO of Climate Council to find the truth in the debate.

While it can be overwhelming the amount of things we’re told to do if we want to save the environment, Ms McKenzie said we don’t actually have to do everything.

“You don’t need to be doing everything, and you don’t need to be involved in every,” she said.

“I think it will depend on where you are in your life stage and your capacity, your wealth, all of those sorts of things come into it and what you can contribute.

“I think it’s about finding where you get bang for your buck if you like. So, if you’re wanting to make individual changes to your lifestyle, think about where you get your energy, it should be renewables and think about how you’re transporting yourself using less petrol.”

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