You are here because either you’ve just read through [The Carbon Almanac](https://thecarbonalmanac.org/) and are trying to figure out what to do next. Or a friend shared the site because you are an action person. Well, you have come to the right place.
In the pages of this platform and the interactive graph you will find the ISSUES and ACTIONS to take and join the worldwide community of people who want to make a difference.
### It’s not too late to make changes.
Choose actions that make sense to where and how you live, not everything will be right for everyone’s situation. Together we can make a real change. The systemic change that will make the difference. You can learn about the larger actions that bring collective voices together and help advocate to your officials to step up and help reduce carbon. This was made by people like you, people who care.
We invite you to take a look around and get started.
#### Here's how to dive in:
- Find an interesting heading and select it. Here are a couple to get you started:
[[Backyard Regeneration]] [[Mass Transit]] [[Fast Fashion and Carbon]] [[Composting]]
You can see them starting to form a visual graph on the right hand side of the screen (this is a desktop or tablet only feature).
- At the top of each page, you will see the title of the article that is referenced in The Carbon Almanac and then the number that refers to the online reference page to read more about the resources, check the work, and dig deeper.
- Further down are three actions that you can take to scale your impact from individual to a larger and broader results.
- And don’t forget to take a look at the Interactive Graph to see how these issues and actions are related to other opportunities to help reduce carbon impacts.
Reading these opportunities may spark other ways to contribute to an issue or other solutions. This is just a starting point to help with next step thinking and action. Take a look at the short video for navigating around the site.
And don’t forget to tell a friend!
This project is ongoing. It has been co-created by volunteers from [The Carbon Almanac](https://thecarbonalmanac.org/) Network
**Anna Cosentino** - I am a creative thinker, an avid observer of cultural and social trends, experienced in curating, directing and producing projects in art and design. ROOM 609 is my new project, a newsletter and podcast featuring women who are creative, engaged, relevant, over 50. They are women like us. [Thisisroom609.com](http://thisisroom609.com/) - New York, USA/Rome, Italy
**Esther Braspenning** - I am an experienced media-expert, content marketeer, copywriter (magazines & websites) and marketing & communications expert. I do consulting work with SMEs: business coaching and strategy. [demarketingmentor.com](http://www.demarketingmentor.com/)- Antwerp, Belgium
**Etrit Shkreli** - I help teams work together toward a common vision. My academic background is in psychology and I have a PhD in political science. I am passionate about systems thinking and considering issues through multiple perspectives. I have worked with NGOs and startup teams. [LinkedIn Profile](http://linkedin.com/in/etrit-shkreli-%F0%9F%8C%94-86274075) - Istanbul, Turkey/Shkoder, Albania
**Inma J Lopez** - I work as a sommelier with focus on sensorial attention to food and wine. Tending attention to how we relate with ourselves and the world is what I’m good at. Translating this to writing is the current, recent, process I’m in. [linktr.ee/guillealmadana](https://linktr.ee/guillealmadana) - Scotland
**Jo Petroni** - I am an architect and ecovillage designer. My field of specialization is passive cooling and I am the author of Listen to Your Land. I send letters to Imaginary Friends. [https://jopetroni.substack.com/](https://jopetroni.substack.com/) - Cordes-sur-Ciel, France
**Katherine Palmer** - I am a former educator, former regenerative farmer and still part time aromatherapist and workshop coordinator who is finally getting to live my dream as a Creative. When I’m not writing or crocheting you can find me exploring the great outdoors with my pup. [www.kmpalmer.com](http://www.kmpalmer.com/) - Vancouver, Canada
**Kirsten Gibbs** - I believe in sharing knowledge and ideas. I write a bit and I am a business coach. [thedisappearingboss.com](http://www.thedisappearingboss.com/) - SE London, UK
**Kristina Horning** - I am working on design theory and using the design process in everything. My background is architecture, civil engineering and education. I love research, play and co-creating. - Prague, Czech Republic
**Melissa Fisher** - I am a philanthropy writer, who animates field projects, carrying them into hearts and homes by sharing the importance of conservation work with all audiences. [linkedin.com/in/melissaspfisher](http://www.linkedin.com/in/melissaspfisher)- Kauai, Hawaii, USA
**Melissa Lubofsky** - My songwriting and other creative endeavors frequently have environmental themes, for example a song sung by a character who hopes she can save the world by eating lots of endangered species chocolate bars ([song](https://demimondeslumberparty.bandcamp.com/track/endangered-species-chocolate-bar) and [video](https://youtu.be/ciZcflUvFVg)) - Los Angeles, USA
It's not too late.
This is a [Carbon Almanac](https://thecarbonalmanac.org/) project.