Climate Change Opiniongraphic

By on 14th March in Home Inspiration

This week is Climate Week, and in support of the brilliant work they do raising awareness on climate change we are running an online event.

Anglian Home Improvements are interested in hearing your opinions on climate change and we are going to create an Opiniongraphic sharing these opinions.  This will be a creative image which we will release online following climate week to raise awareness and spread the word about climate change and how important it is. So if you have an opinion on climate change we would really like to hear from you!

To get involved, either answer one, some or all of the following questions and email or comment us your name and a bit about yourself so we can credit you, then if you like you can also share your opinion on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #climateopinion

The more the merrier as the more conversations we have the better the awareness about climate week and climate change will be, and the more interesting the graphic will be after we’ve had these discussions!

•  What would you consider to be ground breaking in climate change?
•  Has Britain impressed with approach to climate change in the last few years?
•  Whose responsibility is climate change?
•  How easy is it to recycle in your area?
•  Would you purchase based on whether a company is ‘green’ or not?
•  Do you think children know more or less about climate change than they did 5 years ago?
•  Do people care enough about climate change?
•  Can we really make a difference?
•  What’s the funniest (and most effective) way you’ve seen climate change tackled?

We’ll also be sharing interesting, important and inspirational images on climate change, what people are doing about it and what the planet really thinks on our new Pinterest Page: we’ll share the link to this on our Twitter towards the end of climate week.

Get involved and be featured on our graphic: the more the merrier as the more conversations we have the better the awareness about climate week and climate change will be, and the more interesting the graphic will be after we’ve had these discussions!

Thanks in advance for taking part and we’re looking forward to hearing your #climateopinion

Twitter.com/anglianhome

http://www.climateweek.com/event/climate-change-opiniongraphic/

This week is Climate Week, and in support of the brilliant work they do raising awareness on climate change we are running an online event.

Anglian Home Improvements are interested in hearing your opinions on climate change and we are going to create an Opiniongraphic sharing these opinions.  This will be a creative image which we will release online following climate week to raise awareness and spread the word about climate change and how important it is. So if you have an opinion on climate change we would really like to hear from you!

To get involved, either answer one, some or all of the following questions and email us your name and a bit about yourself so we can credit you, then if you like you can also share your opinion on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #climateopinion

The more the merrier as the more conversations we have the better the awareness about climate week and climate change will be, and the more interesting the graphic will be after we’ve had these discussions!

•  What would you consider to be ground breaking in climate change?
•  Has Britain impressed with approach to climate change in the last few years?
•  Whose responsibility is climate change?
•  How easy is it to recycle in your area?
•  Would you purchase based on whether a company is ‘green’ or not?
•  Do you think children know more or less about climate change than they did 5 years ago?
•  Do people care enough about climate change?
•  Can we really make a difference?
•  What’s the funniest (and most effective) way you’ve seen climate change tackled?

We’ll also be sharing interesting, important and inspirational images on climate change, what people are doing about it and what the planet really thinks on our new Pinterest Page: we’ll share the link to this on our Twitter towards the end of climate week.

Get involved and be featured on our graphic: the more the merrier as the more conversations we have the better the awareness about climate week and climate change will be, and the more interesting the graphic will be after we’ve had these discussions!

Thanks in advance for taking part and we’re looking forward to hearing your #climateopinion

Twitter.com/anglianhome

http://www.climateweek.com/event/climate-change-opiniongraphic/

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  • Ground breaking climate change has to be the eruption of a major new volcano….its out of our hands…or is it? Some say warmer climate causing more earthquakes and eruptions.
    Does Britain have ‘an approach’ to climate change? There’s a lot of hot air being expelled but that’s just exacerbating the situation.
    Climate change is my, your and the worlds responsibility.
    Easy for households to recycle but where does it go to…..?
    Would I purchase from a co. who wasn’t green? What with all this Green-wash its hard to tell where the truth lies.
    Children don’t need to ‘know’ about climate change they need to live active lives, loving food, knowing where it has come from and how it has been grown. Teach them how to live with respect for the planet don’t scare them with tales of death and destruction.
    Every single one of us can make a difference. Teach children to grow cook and eat healthily.

  • Lost Ninja

    What would you consider to be ground breaking in climate change?
    Earth is about 4 billion years old, for three billion of those years there has been a climate which changes. Hotter than now, colder, drier wetter… Nothing is likely to change that. (Meteor Impact or Global Thermonuclear War…)
    Has Britain impressed with approach to climate change in the last few years?
    Totally unimpressed. It seems to be a fate accompli that we’re all going to drown/broil/freeze when mother nature gets her own back on wicked man. Nobody who questions the flawed science that tells us this is listened to.
    Whose responsibility is climate change?
    Ultimately it’s the suns fault… if you can ascribe blame for a natural process to anything.
    How easy is it to recycle in your area?
    Easy, but the list of things that seemingly cannot be recycled is huge. Perhaps more should be done to make packaging (etc) better for the enviroment.
    Would you purchase based on whether a company is ‘green’ or not?
    Yes.
    Do you think children know more or less about climate change than they did 5 years ago?
    More, unless they have no TV, Radio, Internet or School they can hardly know less.
    Do people care enough about climate change?
    Too many care about the wrong aspects. Can we prevent it? No! Can we mitigate the changes it will force on civilization as we know it? Probably.
    Can we really make a difference?
    Not really. Or not to climate change, it’s just too powerful. Could we stop an ice age? We’re in the same position here. Should we go on as we were? No we should be as green as we can.
    What’s the funniest (and most effective) way you’ve seen climate change tackled?
    A guy who is helping errect a huge wind farm in the Scottish Borders (Beatock?) was quoted as saying that the energy extracted from the wind by the turbines won’t actually slow the wind down… Not really funny but shows that people who pretend to know what’s going on have little more clue than the rest of us…

  • What would you consider to be ground breaking in climate change?

    Talk of famine, disease, water scarcity, decreased biodiversity, rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and increasing global temperature is scary and stuff, but it’s hard to get very worked up about. It’s all so large-scale and vague, you know what I mean? I’m sure someone will sort it out. The government, maybe? Don’t they manage these things?

    But when chocolate enters the conversation–specifically, the fact that climate change could devastate our ability to produce it–

    WHOA. Did you just say CHOCOLATE is threatened?

    Park the car and get me my bike.

    Are you eating a banana? Do you know how much CO2 was released getting that here?

    I think we can fit a couple windmills in my back yard.

    Around 50% of the world’s cocoa supply is grown in two West African countries: Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. But a report from the International Center for Tropical Agriculture predicts that between 2030 and 2050, the amount of land where cocoa can be produced will plummet.

    Rising temperatures have already started to negatively affect cocoa production, while global demand is rising. The news report states “it’s not inconceivable” that cocoa prices could soon increase sharply.

    It’s hard to get motivated about climate change just by thinking about the health and prosperity of future generations. I mean, they don’t even exist yet, am I right?

    But, look–chocolate, you guys!