"Across the world, people worried about the impacts of climate change are
seeking creative and meaningful ways to transform their urban environments. One
such approach is known as “quiet activism”.
“Quiet activism” refers to the extraordinary measures taken by ordinary people
as part of their everyday lives, to address the climate emergency at the local
In the absence of national leadership, local communities are forging new
responses to the climate crisis in places where they live, work and play.
As we outline in a book released this month, these responses work best when
they are collaborative, ongoing and tailored to local circumstances.
Here are three examples that show how it can be done."
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Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics