EDF have called on communities around the country to become more energy efficient and reduce their carbon emissions in order the tackle climate change.
Eva Eisenschimmel, the energy firm's chief operating officer, said schools and community organisations can play a crucial role in combating climate change by making efficiency schemes fun and exciting.
Speaking on the second annual Green Britain Day on June 17th, Ms Eisenschimmel pointed out that all people need is to be inspired to take up sustainable lifestyle choices.
"I think that is where Green Britain Day has the opportunity, through Team Green Britain, to bring to life suggestions and inspiration and connect people, schools and communities around the country," she said.
Recent research conducted by EDF Energy in conjunction with the Energy Futures Lab at Imperial College London found that only around a fifth of Britons feel that climate change is a pressing issue, compared to 61 per cent of people in Spain.
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