Guest blog by Craig Wright, who is a freelance copywriter with a keen interest in environmentalism and community-based climate activism.
With climate change increasingly on the agenda in news, politics, and social media, the focus has primarily been on the big picture. At COP26, the main discussion points were around global temperature targets and energy production at a national level.
While government and corporate-led changes are critical, there is also much that we can do at a local level to protect our environment and reduce our carbon emissions. Community Gardens are one effort in this direction that has gained traction in recent years.