Brexit! - Deal or No deal with the Environment?
The question that begs for an answer is:
Could Brexit mean an exit of environmental policies or will we now have the autonomy to set our own laws and targets?
In the curfuffle over deal and no deal, the environment has but, just been forgotten! An extension to Brexit has been granted in principle by the EU negotiators, but things are still up in the air!
We have witnessed unprecedented weather conditions, such as the hottest July this year, caused by our actions and the resulting global warming. There are currently seven and half billion people on the planet and by 2050 there will be an extra two billion people to feed! Aside from cutting carbon emissions from cars, factories and power plants, one other major piece of the whole pie is our food supply and consumption. Our diet is among lifestyle changes urgently needed if developed nations are to have a hope of meeting targets for reduced carbon emissions and a reduction to global temperatures.
Food Supply and Climate Change
What are You Putting on Your Plate?
We had the hottest July this year on record for Europe, the effect of climate change and our actions. Often we hear of train delays and cancellations due to soaring temperatures or flooding. Such unprecedented weather conditions such as soaring temperatures, flooding, wildfires and storms are attributed to climate change caused by global warming. Food supply and consumption is one piece of the whole pie of actions that cause global warming
Eco -anxiety is on the rise, suggesting the seriousness of the issue and how important it is to implement changes, no matter how small to save the planet. We at Element have sustainability in our DNA, we have started and so should you!