National Trust celebrate 125th Anniversary with Zero Carbon pledge

The National Trust has today unveiled one of the UK’s biggest woodland expansion and tree planting projects in an ambitious plan to become carbon net zero by 2030 as the charity celebrates its 125th anniversary.

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National Trust outlines fresh ambition in landmark speech by Director General

  • Charity will become carbon net zero by 2030
  • 20 million trees to be planted and established over ten years to tackle climate change, creating new woodland ‘one and a half times the size of Manchester or equivalent to 42 new Sherwood Forests’
  • Ambitious plans to create green corridors for people and nature near towns and cities
  • Year-long campaign to connect people with nature during 125th anniversary year includes dancing outdoors, watching dawns and a celebration of Britain’s own blossom season
  • Continued commitment to investing in arts and heritage
  • Charity expects to welcome its six millionth member this year

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Hilary McGrady said: ‘It’s our 125th year and the National Trust has always been here for the benefit of everyone. That is why we are making these ambitious announcements in response to what is needed from our institution today.

As Europe’s biggest conservation charity, we have a responsibility to do everything we can to fight climate change, which poses the biggest threat to the places, nature and collections we care for.

People need nature now more than ever. If they connect with it then they look after it. And working together is the only way we can reverse the decline in wildlife and the challenges we face due to climate change.‘.

Source: NationalTrust.org.uk 

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My Christmas decoration – What do you think compare to yours?

Christmas decorations are a must for most families as the Christmas season approaches and jingle bells start to ring. Decorate your home with your favourite Christmas themes and colours.

Below is my Christmas decoration which I have used for some couple of years with little additions and slightly different display style. I recommend you buy Christmas tree and decorations that can be reused for a couple of years to save the environment, money and help combat climate change.

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Christmas Tree decoration
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Christmas decoration of ceiling, wall clock and TV
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Christmas decoration on windowsill 
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Christmas figurine on windowsill 
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Small Christmas tree on windowsill
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Father Christmas figurine on windowsill
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Christmas decoration on cabinet drawer with fish tank
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Santa stop sign on window
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Christmas decoration on kitchen window
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Christmas door bell
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Rotating Christmas light display on ceiling
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Christmas decoration on toilet
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Christmas shower curtain decoration 
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Christmas tree
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Christmas decoration on ceiling and curtain
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Christmas bell decoration on window

I wish you and your family Merry Christmas and happy new year. Remember the reason for the season is to celebrate the birth of our Savour and Lord Jesus Christ.

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