Increasing control over our energy and insulating our homes cuts bills and emissions at the same time.
Community involvement in urban development helps build neighbourhoods that work, and protects them from extreme weather.
Our willingness to adopt different ways of moving around can make living and access much easier for everyone.
Letting nature create healthier, more resilient places is literally the most natural thing we can do to capture and lock in carbon.
Making good food available to everyone is possible, addressing food poverty and insecurity while reducing environmental harm.
Local, circular economies are good for job creation and community building and use less costly raw materials or imported goods.