6 ways you can personally contribute to hitting the UK’s new 2050 climate target
By Liz Connor. Published 2020-08-20BOLD-Living
These simple changes won’t cost the earth.
Our collective carbon footprint is a worry that concerns many of us Boldies, and it’s something the government is planning to address over the next 30 years.The government will be ramping up action to reach this new target, and hitting ‘net zero’ – a 100% cut in emissions – will likely mean we’ll have to make changes at home, from switching to electric boilers to considering cycling and electric vehicles over diesel and petrol cars.Thankfully, being energy efficient doesn’t mean going without a warm and well-lit home, and there are several effective actions you can take to lower your carbon footprint now.For many of us in our 50s and beyond we are reconciling our past and present activities with how we also make it a better world for futute generations. thankfully, many of the things we can do are simple and could even save you money in the long run. Here are just a few to try…