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The changing climate can be scary, and it is easy to feel helpless in the face of such a large issue.

You do not need to be in a position of "power" to have an impact. We have collected tools and resources for you to take action in your own life, and to do what you can to make a positive difference.


"If we cannot sustain the environment, we cannot sustain ourselves." - Wangari Maathai


There are several ways that you can practice environmental advocacy, regardless of your geographic or socioeconomic circumstances. You do not always need to be in a position of power to initiate influential, long-lasting change. Check out our suggestions below and contact us if you have ideas for additions to this list! There is no idea too small. 

Looking Through Telescope

Citizen Science

Use resources like Nature's Notebook to participate in tracking, categorizing and/or observing various species.



If you live in a region that observes democratic processes, please exercise your right to vote. It is a privilege denied to many.

Reusable Shopping Bag

Practice sustainability

This can be as simple as minimizing your waste or purchasing eco-friendly products. Check out our sustainability hacks.

Reading a Book

Stay informed

Knowledge is power. Do your best to support free access to education and keep yourself up-to-date on current events concerning nature and politics.

Trash Pick-Up


Litter isn't just an eyesore - it can be detrimental to any ecosystem. Consider hosting or participating in a local clean-up and learn more about why litter is an issue in your region.



Gardening is an excellent hobby to benefit physical and mental health while also benefitting the local ecosystem. Plant native, pollinator-friendly plants as well as your own fruit or vegetables.

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