Friday, 5 December 2014

Easy Eco Actions, December 2014.

Here's my round up of easy, eco friendly actions for this month, 

Add your name to WWF's campaign to stop the use of illegally supplied wood, that damages forests.

Sign Friends of the Earth's petition for a strong 'Robin Hood Tax', for big businesses to pay more taxes to go towards tackling poverty and climate change. 

Use the RSPB's online form to email your MP to ask them to support the 'Nature and Wellbeing Act'

Sign this petition to prevent Shell drilling in the Arctic

If you have any causes or actions to add then let me know in the comments and if I like it I'll add it in.  And feel free to share any of this info (or the whole post) wherever and with whoever you like - if you sign any of the petitions and use social media then please consider using the share on facebook or twitter options that pop up, it increases the reach of these actions and awareness of these issues even further.


  1. All awesome causes Susie... There is so much behind all of these things campaigns... for instance, the illegal wood trade, the people that sell the wood, need to feed their families, so what needs to happen is people from rich countries need to stop demanding this wood! First world countries are often to blame for the craziness and destruction of the world! Thanks for all you do, Tammy xx

    1. Yes you're right, there are so many issues, in the example of the illegal wood trade, the people who are cutting the trees and selling the wood need education on why not to do it, and training into alternative jobs to make money for their families, all very complicated!


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