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Feel overwhelmed by climate change? Here are five things ordinary people can do

It turns out that not only can humans get on top of the problem, but also that there is plenty all of us can do as individuals—far more than most of us imagine

By Mike Berners-Lee  

A woman and child protest against climate change in New York. Photo: PA

It is plain to all of us that climate change is a global challenge, but each one of us can feel like just one speck in the huge mass of humanity. Is there really anything meaningful that any one of us can do to help? It’s a fair question.

And even more so when we contemplate the harsh reality that so far climate change—to take just one example of our species’ enormous impact on our ever-more-fragile…

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