Climate Change and Health …my last post…

Carol’s weekly post, climate change and health her last post on this subject. Carol’s posts have been fantastic and full of news, please don’t stop doing your bit to change our future for the better.

Retired? No one told me!

This year we have seen wildfires in Australia, USA, parts of the Arctic, the Amazon and central Asia have also experienced unusually severe blazes.

Image by Monika Schröder from Pixabay

We are being encouraged to use electric cars, buy local to cut our carbon footprint, practise circular recycling, cook from scratch and use nose to tail eating to cut waste…Tesco in the UK is championing cutting waste…the list goes on…Frankly, I am doing my best and I am still confronted with stark headlines…telling me to do more!

On top of this, we haveCovid-19, the deaths, the effect on the economies of the world which no doubt will hit us in our pockets at some point, when will it stop?…

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I am currently reading Salt, Sugar and Fat and I am astounded at the amount of money being spent by big corporations on research and advertising all aimed at…

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5 thoughts on “Climate Change and Health …my last post…

    1. I understand, Carol, before I read your post I was saying to Becca, “oh my God, there are so many things at the moment, the wildfires, the oil, the and so on” it can get a bit overwhelming, but I’m gonna do what I can do. We are well and safe and I hope you and your family are as well. xxx

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