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CrowdLeaf Newsletter 9th January 2019 – CrowdLeaf
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CrowdLeaf Newsletter 9th January 2019

CrowdLeaf Newsletter 9th January 2019

Hello and welcome to CrowdLeaf newsletter in 2019 – Happy New Year!

We hope you all had a great christmas and New Year.

Here at CrowdLeaf we are seeing this year as a doing year – being more active in making the world a cleaner, more environmentally friendly and sustainable place.

Did you miss the radio show with Xan philips and Ryan Carter on Voice FM last Thursday? No worries! you can catch up here.

Do you have an article or event you would like shared? Please get in contact and we will see how we can help!

Climate Change and Pollution

Southampton City Council drops Clean Air Zone Plans to charge vehicles

Costa Rica plans to be the first plastic-free AND carbon-free country in the world by 2021

Caroline Lucas urges parliament to ‘seriously consider’ tax on meat’

Murray Grey beef cattle in Perthshire, Scotland

UK health body calls for Copenhagen style bike-friendly streets

London nurseries to get air purifiers after toxic air concerns

Climate change and pollution among topics at BTYSTE

Toxic fumes threaten our children. We have to take on the pollution lobby

Children wearing smog pollution masks

‘Right to repair’ gathers force

US 2018 CO2 emissions saw biggest spike in years

Global warming of oceans equivalent to an atomic bomb per second

Wildlife and Conservation

The biggest issues for wildlife and Endangered Species in 2019

Wildlife officer adds a ‘Bee Brick’ to his home to help save Britain’s endangered bees

Bee and lavender

Children take part in biggest wildlife survey in schools

Fireworks banned on the Galapagos to protect wildlife

Recycling and Sustainability

Dutch eco initiative halves energy bills in first UK homes

Energiesprong homes in Nottingham

Caroline Lucas calls for action in Brighton recycling row

‘Ditch cling film and switch to soap’: 10 easy ways to reduce your plastics use in 2019

A plastic bottle littering a beach in Melbourne, Australia. More than 8m tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans each year.

Plastic bottle deposit scheme in UK proving hit with shoppers

Recycle your textiles – The Fire Fighters Charity


Repair Cafe Portsmouth 19th January

Winter open day and January sale – Southampton Scrapstore 19th January

South sea Beach Watch 2nd February

Handy Websites

Ecological Footprint Calculator – How ecological are you? Find out here

Here is an great article with some great tips on living plastic free.

Check Out the Eco Collective who offer 100% vegan products and offer gluten free and organic produce.

Something we look to help businesses do in the future. If you are a business that is in the waste(not) business please get in touch –Mixed Plastic Banks In Southampton

Here is Southampton’s list on what to put into your blue lid recycling bin: What Can I Recycle?

Pledge Your Commitment To Improving Hampshires Recycling Habits

Hampshire Recycling

This brilliant website gives tips and ideas about food waste and how to reduce it.

Love Food Hate Waste

Instead of throwing out or bagging up (to gather dust) all those clothes children quickly grow out of this is a brilliant website to buy or sell unwanted children clothes. It is run by a busy mum who also knows what it’s like with ever growing children and the endless amount of clothes children accumulate.

‘Last year a quarter of the clothing we got rid of was simply thrown away. That’s a staggering 300,000 tonnes that went into landfill. So many of those items could have been re-used and enjoyed by a another child, instead of contributing to the destruction of the planet.

Contact us!

Please join us on Facebook, like and share with fellow environmental and wildlife enthusiasts where we will keep you up to date with climate change, sustainability as well as wildlife and conservation news plus anything else green.

We would also like to start adding a directory to our newsletter, making it more accessible for everyone to gain information, join other environmental groups or eco-friendly businesses that sell eco-friendly products. If you or someone you know are interested, please contact us. We can also help advertise and advise on any campaigns and fundraising events, with the option to advertise on our webpage, facebook and newsletters.

Equally if you have an article or blog which is relevant to the local or global cause of making the world cleaner and greener or feel there is an issue that could be part of a discussion, then feel free to send it over and we can publish it.

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On behalf of CrowdLeaf,

Vicky & Ryan

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