This week is the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris, France and it is bringing back memories for us. In 1972, Dean Evenson and I attended the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm where among other things, we videotaped the 15 Native Americans who had been sent over by Stewart Brand, founder of the Whole Earth Catalog, to share their message about Mother Earth. Meeting those indigenous people changed our lives and their wisdom inspired us to create our nature-based music and start our label, Soundings of the Planet.
Now the United Nations is meeting again, this time to discuss Climate Change. In the 43 years since that first conference, global warming has become a looming issue that stands to affect everyone on the planet. We hope that our governmental and business leaders take this issue very seriously and also that citizens of every country look at how they can change their lifestyle to help turn the tide of global warming.
Here are 10 Climate-Friendly Habits to consider that are suggested by the French conference organizers. They may seem like small steps, but when multiplied by millions around the world, they are at least a move in the right direction in reducing CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions.
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