Is it just me ?Now I absolutely believe Climate change is a real threat, and urgent action is needed but having just sat down with a Woman and Home magazine as a bit of a break from Xmas cooking I couldn't help doing a double take reading an article about the 5 main ways to reduce carbon footprint.All 5 of which as it happens I do.But then a 3 page article profiling 3 middle aged, middle class rebels -that's how they are described -who have protested,and one gone to jail, on behalf of XR.
However it felt like a very heavily biased article.Why not profile one of them Then maybe a couple of other women taking action in other ways in more grass roots ways to change their communities attitudes towards climate issues.And more realistic for those who can't abandon jobs and businesses and risk loss of earnings.
Maybe I just feel everything is so politicised and I'm constantly made to feel I don't care enough when I do Fine in a documentary,newspaper but in my monthly treat of a magazine I could do without it.Anyway I've thought of a way of further reducing unnecessary consumption.No more magazines.Especially W&H.
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