Below are a series of resources, compiled by DITO students, for you to learn more about our climate! These are articles, podcasts and videos about topics ranging from the carbon impact of food to climate change book recommendations.
Eat Clean to be Green!
Have you ever thought about changing your diet for the better for our environment? If yes, then this interactive colourful website is a great resource for you to understand more about different foods, or even address any doubts you may have about changing your diet.
Books about Climate Change!
For those who like reading and are passionate about climate change, this video is for you! In this video, YouTuber Simon Clark shares his experience in reading about atmospheric science and recommends five books. Be sure to check out these books at your local library!
Nowadays, there are more and more articles on the environmental impact of food, which implies that food is a source of climate change. For anyone who is interested in statistics or just wants to learn more about this topic, the charts and graphs can help you understand more easily.
Eat vegetables to be sustainable!
Food packaging is one of the main problems people are trying to solve today. With debates on whether or not zero waste stores are effective and popular, we should try to eliminate food packaging as soon as possible as they cause unnecessary waste. Here is an article which justifies whether or not carbon labelling can decrease our carbon footprint and benefit the environment.
Is carbon labelling necessary?
Our 4°C-Able World
Short theatrical film
Our 4°C-Able World is a student-led filmed theatrical production about climate change and its disproportionate impact on marginalised communities. Follow teenage protagonist Jane in her empowering journey of climate activism as she learns about the intersectionality between climate change and poverty!
Learn More about Helping the Planet from the Pros!
Would you enjoy listening to a podcast rather than reading an article? These educational podcasts explain topics surrounding climate change, like using technology to save energy and ocean conservation. Listen to these interviews with professionals around the world sharing their meaningful experiences from working in the industry.
If you love memes, this video is for you! YouTuber Simon Clark laughs at environment-related memes and discusses their context. It is a fun way to understand more about climate change.