Climate Commitments

Through a series of installations, conversations and neighborhood engagements, we ask people to make climate commitments.  Tag your commitments on social media with #seedchange #seedcommitment @seedlabanchorage

Some ways you can take climate action:

- Repair and Reuse
- Use energy wisely
- Get charged up with renewables
- Eat more meat-free meals
- Buy organic and local
- Grow your own food
- Start a climate conversation (Our SEED Lab logo is made of speech bubbles, representing a belief in sharing ideas and in starting conversations. Contact us for SEED Lab stencils to create chalk speech bubbles in your neighborhood—on surfaces and streets—for sharing ideas or climate commitments.
- Ride a bike or otherwise green your commute
- Fly less and if you do fly, offset your emissions
- Waste less
- Use LEDs
- Wash clothes in cold water
- Upcycle and recycle
- Unplug
- Use natural light
- Build a downspot planter box
- Plant a tree
- Renovate
- Xeriscape
- Hang-dry your clothes
- Plant a garden
- Support urban farms and community gardens
- Don’t drink bottled water
- Compost
- Calculate your carbon footprint
- Check your gas cap
- Bring your own shopping bags
- Car share
- Shop local
- Get inspired
- Buy vintage
- Put books about climate change in neighborhood libraries
- Learn how sea-level rise affects your city
- Attend a town hall
- Share ideas/come together
- Join a climate event
- Become a planetary futurist
- Support youth


​In collaboration with the University of Alaska, the Municipality of Anchorage has created a Climate Action Plan that focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for the impacts of climate change. Read more about it here: https://www.muni.org/Departments/Mayor/AWARE/resilientanchorage/pages/climateactionplan.aspx​​