The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) serves as the leading global authority on assessing climate science.
Its reports demonstrate a scientific consensus on the causes and impacts of climate change, offering clear guidelines to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
However, many governments are lagging behind these recommendations.
Recent research underscores the potential of individual action to complement policy-driven change.
While urgent systemic action remains crucial, changes in our behaviours and lifestyles can also significantly contribute to achieving climate goals.
In light of the IPCC’s recent warnings about the accelerating impacts of climate change, it’s clear that swift action is needed on both individual and systemic levels.
We need transformational change operating on processes and behaviours at all levels: individual, communities, business, institutions and governments.IPCC, 2021
The purpose of Sustainability Cubed is twofold: to empower individuals and households to change their behaviour and reduce emissions and to advocate for broader systemic action from governments and other sectors.
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