#RandomActsofConservation is a campaign designed to suggest one simple, quick and easy random act of conservation every day.
Monday 29th October
Change from using liquid soap in plastic bottles to hard soap bars in cardboard boxes!
This is one is so simple -its a complete no brainer….
Tuesday 30th October
The British waters are home to a great deal of diversity with seals, seahorses and migratory whales and turtles. To help the Wild Life Trusts try to protect the it lets put our name to their petition.
Wednesday 31st October
Pump your tires up!!!
It’s been a while since we done this but #RandomActsofConservation is worried…worried for your safety and the safety of the planet. Pumped up tyres are safer and cause less drag which saves fuel as your engine doesn’t work as hard. Less energy used, less pollution….
Thursday 1st November
Have a look at Greenpeace’s information on the destructive fishing practices that are used today. Then armed with this information you can make an informed decision about the food you want to eat.
Friday 2nd November
Fish free Friday!!!
Fish stocks are decimated to the point of collapse so cutting out fish will help – even for one day ….
Saturday 3th November
Yesterday we took the day off fish, the day before we learnt about destructive fishing practices so today let’s try and change the way tuna are caught by signing Greenpeace Australia petition
Sunday 4th November
Mike and the guy’s at CM-Divers have put together this petition to ask the Malaysian Government to put an end to this practice that kills everything in that area including the corals.
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.