There are a few topics that continuously circulate in our world. While the pandemic is big right now, climate change doesn’t seem to be leaving the chat. Sarah Sharif, founder of Capsule and Experimental Civics, is passionate about climate change. She believes the best way to bring positive change is for different industries to work together. But the green movement needs participation from normal people to create the biggest impact. Sharif visits Bold TV to discuss her work and how it’s bringing industry and people together to fight climate change.
The climate change conversation has been amping up since the Amazon rainforest fire and the Australian bushfires. Many professionals wonder how they can help. Capsule is an event that brings together people from all areas of expertise to design new ideas to combat environmental changes. Marketers, writers, entrepreneurs and more can participate. They revamp their perspective and build business models that can make a difference. By taking part in Capsule events, you are donating your skills to the cause and meeting people dedicated to the same results.
For people who can’t contribute their professional skills, what can they do? The terms of climate change can seem so arbitrary (like, you may not understand how your recycling can impact rising sea levels). But anyone can make a difference by being informed. Capsule also focuses on educating people on climate change. They teach people how everything connects. Small acts such as biking to work can create motion in a positive direction. It’s also good to know which materials are recyclable. When in doubt, Google it! Check out the conversation with Sharif to hear about her work and the small acts she takes toward improvement in her daily life.