#RandomActsofConservation is a campaign designed to suggest one simple, quick and easy random act of conservation every day.
Monday 5th November
Today’s #RandomActsofConservation comes from Thelma, thanks Thelma a great act to start the week! ride a bicycle…
My tip for a random act…ride a bicycle, not only does it not pump out toxins, it’s good exercise, quiet, cheap to run, easy to park and you get to see the beauty around you instead of the crazy traffic in front of you.
Tuesday 6th November
Big businesses keep their profits high by buying the cheapest materials they can. This strips impoverished countries land of their natural resources. This isn’t sustainable because once it’s gone, it’s gone. Help us by petitioning KFC to try to get them to change to a sustainable way.
Wednesday 7th November
Put Recycled Toilet Paper on the shopping list!
Some people say I’m full of it, maybe that’s why I use so much. So this makes sense to me!
Thursday 8th November
Sign your name to Avaaz’s petition to stop Australia government allowing a port to be built on top of the Great Barrier Reef. Great stretches of the Great Barrier Reef have already be lost due to the pressures of man, we can’t afford to add to that.
Friday 9th November
Today’s #RandomActofConsrevation comes from Caroline Spink! Caz wants us to make the effort to remember to turn off our lights when we leave the room…
Thanks Caz a nice easy act for today, one that should be a life choice. If you are not using energy saving light bulbs then put them on the weekly shopping list.
Saturday 10th November
Climate change is related not only to environmental factors but also to poverty, discrimination and inequalities – this is why climate change is a human rights issue. Environmental Justice Foundation has put a petition together to help address this problem and ask for a change.
Sunday 11th November
Western Australia wants to protect their locals and tourists by culling Great Whites. So the Ocean Geographic Society with our help wants to protect the Great Whites from Western Australia.
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.