Serena Joyner – RBM Coordinator
What climate action are you taking that you are proud of? Our family made the decision earlier this year to stop eating meat and dairy products. We support regenerative farming also, but the opportunity to significantly cut our household emissions by switching to a plant-based diet was too good to pass up. What do you
What climate action are you taking that you are proud of? I stopped buying plastic bags every time that I went to the supermarket. I teach kids why is so important to recycle and take care of our natural places. What do you know you need to do better? Be more aware when I use
What climate action are you taking that you’re proud of? My son is engaged and interested in the bush. He participates in bush care, bush walking and permaculture. The photo I am sharing is by my son on a solo bushwalk. What do you know you need to do better? Reducing my carbon footprint further.
Anne Fitzgerald – RBM Burning Action Working Group
What climate action are you taking that you are proud of? I have decided that 2021 is my very own International Year of the Outcome. So everyday I work on Climate Action – either recovery or prevention or both. This week’s activities so far include working on a micro-action supporting Extinction Rebellion Blue Mountains’ greenwashing
Shirley Lewis – RBM Anchor Group
What climate action are you taking that you’re proud of? Telling the world how to Live ASAP = AS Sustainably AS Possible What do you know you need to better? Grow better carrots, cauliflower etc.
Anne O’Brien – RBM Anchor Group
What I am proud of: I have found my Climate Emergency voice and become active in raising awareness of the crisis we face. I wave banners, attend rallies and have uncomfortable conversations with friends. This is me doing at Mechanics Institute Lawson doing banner waving Covid style… What I wish I could do better: Food