#RandomActsofConservation is a campaign designed to suggest one simple, quick and easy random act of conservation every day.
Monday 26th November
Do you really need it wrapped in plastic? Check out this plastic free lunchbox from The Plastic Coalition .
Tuesday 27th November
Help put a stop to destructive fishing practices that harm our oceans
Today’s act comes from Michelle Ahern. Michelle want us to help put a stop to destructive fishing practices that harm our ocean and are unsustainable by signing Greenpeace Australia’s petition. Thanks Michelle!
Wednesday 28th November
It’s walk to work Wednesday again…
Why? Well, we want this to be a life choice. The food we eat gives us the energy to cross continents, we can maximise that energy by, riding a bike. The energy required, and the damage done to our environment to move us and a few tons of metal (your car) around are huge.
Thursday 29th November
Let’s join The Arkana Alliance’s cause and sign their petition to stop oil companies polluting the Amazon and the communities that live there…
Friday 30th November
Help the Climate Parliament petition for a cleaner future…
Saturday 1st December
Ask the Prime Minister of South Korea to abandon his countries plans to start whaling. Send a letter to the Prime Minister with the help of the WWF’s campaign.
Sunday 2nd December
A nice Sunday walk!
How’s that an act of conservation? Well if you turn off the TV and unplug everything in the house for a few hours that’s one act. Take two hands with you and pick up some rubbish, that’s two. More people means more fun so invite some friends along and ask them to unplug everything in their house, that’s three.
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.