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What can you do?

Here are some recommendations to reduce your impact and contribute to the fight against climate change

Choose sustainable transport

Avoid using long car trips (each liter of fuel that is consumed by a vehicle engine emits more than 2.5 kg of CO2) and try to walk, ride a bike or use public transport as much as possible.

If you are driving, carpool with others and do not reach high speeds, as this makes the car use more fuel and emit more CO2.

Avoid flying as this is the fastest growing source of CO2 emissions. If you do, consider offsetting your emissions.

Be aware of energy use

Take into account the temperature of your home: just 1°C less reduces emissions (and your energy bill) between 5 and 10%

Try to limit the use of air conditioning, it is expensive and uses a lot of energy. Use a fan instead.

Check the settings of your appliances. Perhaps your refrigerator does not have to be on maximum or the thermostat of the thermal bath can be at 50 ° C or less.

Unplug your cell phone charger, as it continues to draw power even when it's off.

Turn off the lights when you don't need them and use energy-saving bulbs, such as LED lights.

consider what you eat

If possible, reduce the number of animal products you consume.

Eat seasonal and locally produced foods: short trips generate less transport pollution.

Recycle/compost organic waste. Otherwise, the decomposition of biodegradable waste in landfills will emit methane gas. In the European Union, these emissions represent 3% of GHGs.

Reuse as much as possible

It is best to limit excessive consumption of products. With this in mind: reject what you don't need, reduce what you do need, and reuse the things you do need as much as possible. When you can't find a new use at home, recycle or dispose of it properly.

Avoid buying new bags to transport your purchases by reusing your bags.

Choose products with little or no wrapping: this also reduces production costs and the amount of waste.