The list of different topics that must be addressed to become carbon neutral.


Food accounts for about 40% of global carbon emissions and minimising meat consumption may be necessary.

Domestic and foreign travel

Moving from fossil fuels to electrification (or hydrogen/biogas) will be necessary but must include decarbonisation of electricity supply.


Some agreement on swapping emissions between family members might be necessary as the aggregate is reduced. Care
should be taken when 'offsetting emissions'; putting responsibility for reductions outside of the family.


Investments should avoid fueling the fossil industry and support the 'green economy'.


Looking at evidence for where our habits and actions have made international migration more likely and how this should affect
our behaviour and attitudes.

Business/employment emissions

Looking at ways in which emissions attributable to our jobs/employment could be reduced/eliminated.

Biodiversity protection/enhancement

Taking positive actions and possible 'adoption' of and taking care to protect wildlife and our ecological relatives.


Understanding the systemic emissions and applying pressure on the official/state to take the necessary steps.

Consumption patterns/choices

Understanding the implications for the climate and the biosphere from buying goods and services. Palm oil is deeply implicated in biodiversity loss (that can affect climate change). This site would help consumers to be less complicit.

Home energy/lighting/heating

Minimising the reliance on fossil fuels in the home and minimising demand to reduce need for renewable electricity/biogas.


Establishing the starting position and then keeping track of reductions and biodiversity losses and gains.


Family assemblies and discussions (enabled by video conferencing) to keep track of each others' health and wellbeing.


Encouraging other families to join in.