It can be hard to confront the daily background hum of absolutely dire climate news. Through willful ignorance, political cowardice, and corporate greed we’ve all but insured our grandchildren life on a barely habitable planet. And yet there is much we can do—for each other, for our communities, for the natural world—to fight the inevitable, to undertake a rearguard action in a war against the most complicated enemy of them all: ourselves.
–Jonny Diamond, Editor in Chief
One ball lobbed back and forth in climate change discussions is not just who’s to blame, but who should change their behaviors. Does it matter if one person recycles, when the vast majority of global greenhouse gas emissions comes from just a few corporations? At Lit Hub, we’ve been publishing experts on climate change since 2015. If there’s a consensus among them, it’s that there’s enormous room for change, at every level of impact. Here are a few ways in, as individuals, communities, governing bodies, and storytellers.