I do 30 – do you?

by EcoStreet on February 3, 2010

in Activism, Climate Change, EcoPolitics, Sustainable Lifestyle

During the recent UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen our world leaders failed to agree on a climate deal. But we all know it’s not only up to them and there are plenty of things that we mere mortals can do to make an impact on climate change. As consumers, we need to take responsibilility for our own actions. Here’s one way to do something – do 30!

The ‘I do 30’ campaign encourages people across the world to turn down the temperature on their laundry to reduce co2.

Visit their website to find out more about the campaign and become a member of their Facebook group to join the other 12,000 supporters of the ‘I do 30’ campaign to see what positive impact you can have on our planet.

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Victoria February 26, 2010 at 4:27 pm

That’s a really good idea. I’ve just joined!

As well as reducing washing temperature, we can all do a bit more for the environment by throwing away less food.

There’s a good post at http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/environment/2009/05/11/love-food-hate-waste-100252-23596287/ which explains how we can do more with our leftovers, and plan meals better so that we throw away less food.

There’s more environmental news at http://www.itsourworld.co.uk so you can always keep up to date with what else you can do do be more green and reduce your carbon footprint.


.-= Victoria´s last blog ..Liverpool City Council: Liverpool City Council shortlisted for ‘Best green contribution to the City’ award =-.


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