You can control climate change!

An Environment Project campaign focusing on how anyone and everyone can a maker a bigger impact and control climate change, starting with the tiniest actions in their daily lives.

You can control 
climate change.

Our planet is in a crisis. A climate crisis. Have you ever wondered how much you’re contributing to the climate crisis, or perhaps how you can stop it? The average American emits 24 tonnes of CO2 each year. But at the same time, YOU can help stop it. From the tiniest actions such as turning off your water tap when you don’t use it, to taking a walk instead of a car, your actions directly impact the climate. 

The purpose of this campaign is to educate and empower more young people to take action on climate change, and to learn about the various ways that they can make a bigger impact. Teaming up with the Thirst Project, our three week campaign composes of informational sessions, petitions, contacting officials, and small actions.

So…. are you ready to get started? Throughout this campaign use the hashtag #ControlClimate while posting images or videos of yourself and others controlling climate change by following the steps below for a chance to featured on our website. 

Text CLIMATE to (855) 457-0121 today!

Send a letter to your representative - demand climate action!

This is our movement. You are able to take action. Write a letter to your representative (U.S participants only) to demand that they take on climate change. 

For too long, necessary and climate action has been neglected within our government. With a new Congress and President, it’s time we hold them accountable to their promises to create a more sustainable future. Actions speak more than words. Send an email to your representative today to demand climate action NOW, because you can control climate change!

Interested in making a bigger impact?

Keep scrolling! Below are everyday activities that YOU can perform to create a longer, everlasting change in society!

Change to LEDs

Quality LED light bulbs can last 25 times longer, are more durable, and use at least 75 percent less energy than other bulbs.


About a quarter of all residential energy consumption is used on devices in idle power mode, which means “sleep mode” is costing upward of $19 billion in electricity bills.

Recycle Your Clothes

The average American throws away about 80 pounds of clothing a year and not to mention how many buy new furniture.

Utilize Cold Water

Approximately 75 percent of the total energy use and greenhouse-gas emissions produced by a single load of laundry come from warming the water itself.

Eat Less Meat!

Raising cattle and sheep creates vast amounts of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Cutting out meat once a week, or even reducing consumption and favoring fish and chicken, can seriously save carbon.

Hang-dry Your Clothes

There are more than 90 million clothes dryers in the United States, and if all Americans line-dried for just half a year, it would save 3.3 percent of CO2.

Buy Vintage

Sustainable can be stylish. You can be stylish with clothes that are made of recycled products and help the environment while you are at it.

Public & Healthy Transportation

Public transportation helps reduce gridlock and carbon emissions.

Reduce Food Waste

Food waste is a big problem in America today. Picking up the trash can help keep debris from harming animals and ending up in our streams and waterways.

But wait, what's climate change?

In its most simplest definition, climate-change is the process of long term change in the weather and environment, and the negative effects of these changes on rising temperatures, increasing sea-levels, and mass extinction of certain animal species.

Can you make a contribution?

It takes a lot of money and resources to empower and inspire young climate activists and leaders. Can you chip in today, from just $2.50, to help the Environment Project to continue to work towards out mission? We can only do this togther!