The Fight for Planet A: The Climate Challenge is a new ABC TV documentary hosted by Craig Reucassel that will shine a spotlight on Australia’s growing climate change concerns. The three-part series look at the climate crisis to understand where our energy comes from, how transport and travel emissions can impact on our health, and investigates the carbon footprint of things we buy. Craig will highlight how individuals, families, schools and businesses can implement practical changes to aid in reducing our carbon footprint by making practical day-to-day changes.
Did you know that Monash City Council is aiming for a net zero carbon commitment by 2025? You can read more about its future plans on tackling the issue of climate change by clicking here. The library also has available for loan a small number of energy meter kits that include a Power Mate device. These devices can help in identifying energy wasting appliances in households, businesses and small offices. Kits come with full instructions and also include thermometers and digital light meters. Why not borrow one to try and reduce both your energy and carbon footprints? The library also has available a range of books and resources on the topic of climate change.
Access the library catalogue, or phone your nearest branch for more information.
The Fight for Planet A: The Climate Challenge commences on ABC + iView on Tuesday 11 August at 8.30pm.