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Make a 2024 resolution for the climate » Yale Climate Connections

Between federal tax credits to electrify your home and car and the upcoming elections, now is a great time to get (or stay) involved in climate action. We invite you to choose at least one action to put on your list of New Year’s resolutions. Here’s how to get started. 

Find your lever

Climate action isn’t one-size-fits-all. Your biggest impact, if you’re a homeowner, may be getting a heat pump when your AC dies. If you’re a parent or teacher, it may be encouraging your local school to get solar panels. If you’re a retiree, it may be rallying your friends to attend a board meeting to advocate for a greener city. Whatever your niche, these resources can help you make your home, community, and planet cleaner.

Make a commitment 

Do you plan to take climate action this year? Tell us about it! 

Grow your impact

One of the most important things you can do to help solve climate change is to talk about it in person, over email, on the phone, and on social media. Please encourage your friends and family to make their own climate resolutions by sharing this article with them.

Samantha Harrington, director of audience experience for Yale Climate Connections, is a journalist and graphic designer with a background in digital media and entrepreneurship. Sam is especially interested…

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