30 DAYS WILD ANNUAL CHALLENGE 1st – 30th JUNE, 2021…

The UK’s popular nature extravaganza is back this June. The 30 Days Wild annual challenge invites participants to commit a ‘random act of wildness’ every day through the month of June. Activities include listening to birdsong, taking photographs of wildlife and planting seeds.

This year The Wildlife Trusts is asking those taking part to kick-start their challenge with a Big Wild Breakfast outdoors on June 1st to see how much wildlife you can spot in 30 minutes!!!

It’s easy to register and receive resources for home, school and work at wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild. When you sign up, you’ll get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!).

30DW21 Individuals Pack mock-up

You can also download the 30 Days Wild fun and simple app, available on iPhone and Android. It offers 101 ‘Random Acts of Wildness’ for inspiration, enabling you to select wildlife activity ideas from beautifully photographed wildlife cards. You can share activities and inspiration on social media, through direct messaging or email.

30 Days Wild App

GO GREEN ONE MONTH AT A TIME…

This great infographic from Green Will explains how to go green one month at a time.

GREENWILL is the global nonprofit initiative which created the Green Policy, the world standard environmental policy.

The Green Policy is available for free in over 40 languages, and it is used in over 120 countries.

By adopting a Green Policy, any business, organization (formal or informal) or individual is provided with a clear, simple and completely voluntary path to becoming more environmentally friendly.

GREENWILL joined Al Gore and The Climate Reality Projectin a mission to help spread the word and make sure countries would achieve a strong emission reduction agreement in Paris at the UN Climate Summit (COP21) in December 2015.

The Summit for the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations, agreed to achieve a legal binding and universal agreement on climate, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2°C.