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These climate initiatives and this climate quotes video provide a good place to start when the desire is to have a meaningful conversation about the climate.

100 Things We Can Do to Offset Big Oil and Government

1. Voting for representatives who prioritize environmental protection.
2. Supporting legislation that limits drilling and fracking.
3. Investing in and advocating for renewable energy sources.
4. Showcasing the economic benefits of renewable energy.
5. Boycotting products from companies responsible for severe environmental damage.
6. Participating in peaceful protests and demonstrations.
7. Raising awareness about the dangers of oil extraction and consumption.
8. Demand transparency from oil companies about their environmental impact.
9. Encouraging government to implement carbon taxes.
10. Lobbying for higher fossil fuel regulation.
11. Advocacy for cleaner transportation alternatives.
12. Joining environmental organizations aiming to limit fossil fuel extraction.
13. Using social media platforms to campaign against fossil fuels.
14. Promoting the benefits of electric or hybrid vehicles.
15. Supporting research and development of cleaner energy technologies.
16. Encouraging local communities to use renewable energy sources.
17. Strategic divestment from fossil fuels.
18. Signing and promoting petitions against fossil fuel usage.
19. Pushing for stronger laws against oil spills and environmental degradation.
20. Encouraging companies to adopt 'Zero Waste' policies.
21. Using consumer power to demand greener products.
22. Encouraging individuals to reduce their own oil and gas consumption.
23. Hosting educational forums and workshops about the effects of fossil fuels.
24. Planting trees to help offset carbon emissions.
25. Encouraging innovation and start-ups in the clean energy sector.
26. Endorsing carbon capture technologies.
27. Running grassroot campaigns for cleaner, more efficient energy.
28. Incorporating climate education in schools.
29. Supporting clean energy job growth.
30. Encourage the government to limit subsidies to the fossil fuel industry.
31. Push governmental bodies to back sustainable development goals.
32. Advocating for net-zero emissions target policies.
33. Taking legal action against environmental violations by oil companies.
34. Encouraging green building practices.
35. Supporting reparations for communities affected by environmental damage.
36. Encouraging companies to monitor and reduce carbon footprints.
37. Mapping out carbon neutral pathways for your own community.
38. Organize youth-driven climate movements.
39. Collaborating on international agreements to limit fossil fuel usage.
40. Financing climate resilience and adaptation measures.
41. Advocating for stricter emission standards.
42. Endorsing company-specific fossil fuel phase-out targets.
43. Promoting energy efficiency in homes and businesses.
44. Pushing for offshore drilling bans.
45. Hosting beach cleanups to showcase the effects of oil pollution.
46. Encouraging green infrastructure initiatives.
47. Supporting politicians who back strong environmental regulations.
48. Pushing universities and institutions to divest from fossil fuels.
49. Making use of renewable energy tax credits.
50. Implementing circular economy practices on a wide scale.
51. Demanding stricter safety measures for oil transport.
52. Raising public support for renewable energy projects.
53. Advocating for corporate responsibility in climate change efforts.
54. Encouraging energy conservation programs in schools and workplaces.
55. Investing in public transportation to reduce fossil fuel usage.
56. Writing letters to legislators urging for climate change policies.
57. Promoting eco-tourism.
58. Implementing cap and trade policies.
59. Advocating the use of biofuels.
60. Turning to citizen science projects for environmental conservation.
61. Using local zoning rules to prevent new drilling sites.
62. Supporting climate justice initiatives.
63. Engaging in climate strikes.
64. Encourage local businesses to move away from fossil fuel usage.
65. Promote the development of smart grids.
66. Calling for moratoriums on new oil and gas leases.
67. Collaborating with indigenous communities on land conservation efforts.
68. Supporting local farmers and sustainable agriculture.
69. Organizing community recycling programs.
70. Encouraging the use of Energy Star appliances.
71. Reducing meat intake to help the environment.
72. Greening supply chains and promoting sustainable procurement practices.
73. Supporting solar and wind energy infrastructure.
74. Lobbying for land restoration policies.
75. Calling for accountability for environmental crimes.
76. Rejecting plastic goods produced from petroleum.
77. Promoting the creation of green spaces in urban areas.
78. Encouraging corporations to redesign products for longer life-spans.
79. Praising corporations that take a stand against fossil fuels.
80. Encouraging all forms of waste reduction.
81. Advocating for carpooling, biking, or walking when possible.
82. Encouraging the use of electric public transportation.
83. Campaigning for the rights of indigenous people affected by oil drilling.
84. Hosting energy audits and improve energy efficiency.
85. Demanding better waste management and composting services.
86. Calling for the transition from coal plants to renewable sources.
87. Supporting legislation for cleaner oceans.
88. Promoting the use of electric appliances over gas-powered ones.
89. Backing the creation of Marine Protected Areas.
90. Pushing to outlaw disposal of fracking waste in waterways.
91. Encouraging the scientific community to develop and promote carbon capture and storage.
92. Calling for the labeling of carbon footprints in products.
93. Promoting practices that sequester carbon in soil.
94. Implementing climate change adaptation and response plans.
95. Advocating for a transition to a sustainable economy.
96. Instituting mandatory recycling programs.
97. Amending building codes to promote energy efficiency.
98. Championing public awareness campaigns on the dangers of climate change.
99. Urging grocery stores to offer discounts for customers using reusable bags.
100. Supporting clean power like hydropower, geothermal, and tidal power.