@capilano I've definitely been feeling this lately. A big issue I'm having at the moment is getting my family to be more conscious of their habits as consumers. Cringing as I write this but my dad's response to my nagging is that "I have more important things to worry about like putting a roof over your heads and food in your mouths". To me, the looming threat of the crisis at hand IS the most important thing to worry about. Obviously in a different way to you, but this is another example of how the need to keep a roof over your head is preventing action. I think the big problem here is that taking climate action can be seen as inconvenient and more expensive.
Like Eric said, you can encourage action from within your company. Perhaps a good way to do this is highlight actions that can be taken in your workplace that have the potential to be money saving without inconveniencing the user. Any specific actions like this that you can think of for your work place?