But here's a personal action that does make a difference:
(Note: but it might need some tweaking, before it's worth spending time on)
There's a pilot project afoot to make videos illustrating climate research findings, so we-the-public can see the findings easily. But what sort of videos work best? You can help them make effective videos by watching some and giving your feedback.
It's a heckuva way to leverage a few minutes of your time into making communication more powerful.
everything you can to
increase public demand for significant and immediate policy action to
combat global climate change."
- Greg Craven
Why doesn't climate communication for children offer actions like this for the kids to take, along with the "carbon footprint" stuff?
(Likely answer: because there aren't any yet?)