The Eco News supports, donates and contributes to many Eco and Sustainable Projects, Events and Charities.
WE SUPPORT ECO PROJECTS!
Year 2022: The Eco News is sponsoring the wonderful Treekly. The Treekly app encourages communities to turn footsteps into forests. By walking 5000 steps for 5 days during a week, 1 mangrove tree is planted in Madagascar. You can also pay £3.99 a month and then have the chance to plant a tree everyday for hitting your daily 5000 target!Such a simple way to create some healthy competition among friends and family. Good for your health, good for our planet!Also, if you use the redeem code of ECONEWS you get the £2.50 Starter Pack of 5 trees for FREE. Available only to those who join my group in the app called "The Eco News" (join code is ECO-N)
Year 2022: The Eco News has decided that for the year of 2022 they are every month pulling pounds of plastic from our Oceans. 4Ocean is an amazing company who work around the clock, collecting and bagging tonnes of plastic from our oceans. We will be sharing at the end of the year our total tonnes of plastic pulled!
ONE TREE PLANTED
Year of 2021: Launch Year of The Eco News, we donated a percentage every month to a reforestation project! Each newspaper and subscription increases our ability to help many countries rebuild habitats and amazing forests for wildlife.
Help plant trees around the world, during 2021 we experienced another huge increase of forest fires and donated back to those who were suffering.
January – 40 Trees to Kenya | February – 40 Trees to Chimpanzee and 12 to Iceland | March – 40 Trees to Australia and 12 to New Zealand | April – 52 Trees to Vietnam | May – 64 Trees to Tanzania |June – 100 Trees to Uganda |July – 100 Trees to Spain | August – 50 Trees to Spain | September – 50 Trees to British Columbia | October – 50 Trees to Biodiversity
Taking part in the sustainability in Sudbury, we work close with the Sudbury Council and help promote their Green Sundays and attend the events we are available for!
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HAVERHILL TREE WARDENS
i have volunteered on the local Tree Warden Group, to help plant trees in our local area. We work together to make sure they are planted in the correct locations for the best growth and to sure the area rewilding is taking place.