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How can one small person help to make the

WHOLE WORLD WILD again?

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Grow a 'Patch of Wild'

Why not ask your parents if you can take over an area of your garden and sow wild flowers and plant saplings to create a haven for bugs and mini beasts!

 

If you don't have a garden, wild flowers can be grown in a pot or trough and mini bee and bug hotels can provide homes.

You can also have a positive impact on wild places by asking people to 'Buy a Tree' with JUSTONETree instead of a Birthday or Christmas card. You can also gift someone a 'Patch of Wild' with Whole Wild World.

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Know where your food comes from

What we eat has a huge impact on our environment. If we want to save the planet, we have to start making changes to our diet.

Meat and dairy in particular are contributing to the destruction of habitats and wild places across the world.

The good news is, just cutting down your meat and dairy intake can have a huge and positive impact on our planet. 

Why not try Meat-Free Mondays?

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Watch your labels!

The ingredients in our food are impacting wild places the world over.

Palm oil and palm plantations are often unsustainably grown on land that was once rainforest and home to thousands of species of animals.

Sustainable palm Oil is grown within strict environmental, social and economic criteria that ensure its sustainability.

 

By choosing the right products, we can all make a difference!

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Bees are tiny..

But they're mighty..

Why should we save bees?

 

By pollinating trees, bushes and herbaceous plants, bees are important for the food production of all the other animals and birds in the forest ecosystem dependent on it for food berries, seeds and fruits.

 

Bees and trees belong together. 

Bees are a keystone species

 

If bees die off it will end most life. In nature, various animals depend on bees for their survival because their food sources – nuts berries, seeds, and fruits – rely on insect pollination

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