Changes in behaviour needed to tackle climate crisis, says UK chief scientist

Changes in behaviour needed to tackle climate crisis, says UK chief scientist

At Cop26 Sir Patrick Vallance has said he eats less meat and cycles but society needs to change more

Changes in behaviour are needed to tackle the climate emergency, the UK’s chief scientific adviser has said at the Cop26 summit.

Sir Patrick Vallance said behaviour change was starting to happen but needed to go further and said he cycled to work, ate less meat and had taken the train to the climate summit in Glasgow. He also said the climate crisis was a far bigger problem than coronavirus and would kill more people if immediate changes were not made.

Continue reading…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

EnvironFriend

FREE
VIEW