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# Random Acts of Conservation

Random Acts of Conservation ran for around 6 months. We enjoyed putting it together and we had some success too. However our passion is really focused on reducing single use plastic waste and cleaning up the single use plastic that is out there. Therefore we have decided to focus our efforts single mindedly on this cause.  So stay tuned to the blog, Facebook and Twitter to find out more….

 
 

 

The environment and the problems facing it isn’t one big problem but many little ones that add up. Every day a new problem seems to appear. Trying to tackle them all can seen daunting. It can seem so overwhelming that you don’t know where to start. In a society that is increasingly time poor, its easy to think you can’t make a difference.

 

#RandomActsofConservation is a campaign designed to suggest one simple, quick and easy random act of conservation every day.

Give it a go and share it with your friends too.

Get Involved – It’s Quick and Easy !

Each week we will post a summary below. To really get involved join the campaign on Facebook, or follow the Twitter #RandomActsofConservation.

Feel free to add you own voice to the campaign by posting ideas to our Facebook page or Tweeting using the #RandomActsOfConservation #Hastag.

 4th-12th Feb’13

28th – 3rd Feb

  21st-27th Jan’13

14th – 20th Jan’13

 7th-13th Jan’13

31st Dec-6th Jan’13

24th-30th Dec’12

17th-23rd Dec’12

10th-16th December’12

3rd – 9th December’12

26th Nov-2nd December’12

19th -25th November’12

12th-18th November’12

5th-11th November’12

29th Oct-4th November’12

22nd-28th October’12

15th – 21st October’12

8th-14th October’12

1st-7th October’12

24th – 30th Sept’12

17th – 23rd Sept’12

Posted by: Ayesha Cantrell on September 12, 2012 @ 2:47 pm
Filed under: #RandomActsOfConservation,Environmental

2 Comments »

  1. Reading or watching conservation issues are easy but actually doing something about it shows true commitment. We can all do something to help the world and ensure it’s survival for our children, grandchildren and future generations. Well done to Mark and friends for making a difference.

    Comment by Margaret Parker — September 24, 2012 @ 4:24 pm

  2. Thank-you for your comment and thank-you for supporting us too ! We have some exciting conservation activities planned and are very pleased to have Mark here to lead them ! Keep your eye on the blog for upcoming information about what’s going on !

    Comment by Ayesha Cantrell — September 24, 2012 @ 7:33 pm

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