Happy valentines day! Show some love for the planet with these easy online actions and inspiring articles,
photo via scathingly.brilliant.blogspot.com
I love Kate from Scathingly Brilliant's introverts guide to activism.
Sign Friends of the Earth's petition to stop fracking in Sherwood Forest.
The Green Party are asking Theresa May to keep freedom of movement between the UK and the EU.
Climate change is an ever more urgent threat. 2016 was the hottest year on record.
But Donald Trump has threatened to pull the US out of global climate agreements and has packed his team with fossil fuel executives and climate change sceptics.
It’s going to be tough, but let this be a turning point...we can keep the world on track to stop climate change. Millions of people around the world are with us.
quote via foe.co.uk
Pledge to do what you can to fight against climate change in the face of the Trump administration.
Read about how Costa Rica modernised and saved itself from poverty, without hurting the environment.
Sign Oxfam's letter to the 8 billionaires who own the same wealth as the worlds poorest 3.6 billion people.
photo via The Guardian
As a Brownie and Rainbow guide leader I loved this little documentary about Radical Brownies.
Ideally I think plastic packaging should be banned altogether, but until that happens sign this petition asking for a deposit scheme for plastic bottles.
A billion black plastic food trays go to landfill every year, use Friends of the Earth's action to tweet supermarkets asking them to change to recyclable plastic.
I post these kinds of things on twitter all month, so find me there if this is your kind of thing too!