… How Can You Help? …
Read below about 4 groups, local to my area, who are taking action towards greater environmental protection. I am personally acquainted with each of these groups, and an active supporter and contributor.
You can also TAKE ACTION simply by reading about these groups and supporting their individual causes, sourcing groups local to your own area, or contact me for ideas.
Join Forest Park’s Social Community and help our local community to retain Forest Park in all it’s beauty and heritage value for future generations from proposed local development.
WOO HOO! Once upon a time, about 30 years ago, a group of dedicated local residents fought to save a beautiful patch of bushland known as Byles Creek Valley, following in the footsteps of Marie Byles, and still fighting to protect it today.
In partnership with Rainforest Trust Australia, Every $2 donated helps plant a tree. This is an Australian wide movement providing habitat for wildlife, carbon sinks, greater green spaces for all to enjoy and leave a legacy for future generations.
Want to help reduce plastic pollution? We’d love you to join our campaign to go plastic bag-free in Beecroft because it’s: A+ for the environment A+ for retailers A+ for community spirit
“The breath you take, the shelter, the homes of which our species thrive in derailment from a better world. The clandestine of the demolishment of copse and woodlands is anguish to those who find out. As humans destroy nature’s creations, they are also doing nothing; they are ignorant. We bear intolerance in silence… “
Written by Abira Harvey (2018).
… Save our Rainforests …
Rainforests are often called the lungs of the planet for their role in absorbing carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, and producing oxygen, upon which all animals depend for survival. Rainforests also stabilise climate, house incredible amounts of plants and wildlife, and produce nourishing rainfall all around the planet.
3,699 acres protected!
HELP SAVE RAINFORESTS WITH YOUR LOCKS
Support me in MY BRAIDSON Challenge: https://www.braidson.org/abiraharvey