Daylight savings is upon us and that means Earth Hour.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world will turn off their lights tonight between 20:30 and 21:30 to give their time for nature. Join them and think about the state of our God’s creation and how we can help improve it. Make a pledge to do something – anything – differently in aid of our planet. Change your bank account, use the car a bit less, put your washing on the line instead of in the dryer or just eat a vegetarian meal one more day per week. Follow the link below and see the suggestions the WWF offers and read more about Earth Hour.
Join One Of The World’s Largest Movements for Nature | Earth Hour 2023<www.earthhour.org/>
You may have heard that the Church of England has pledged to be carbon net zero by 2030. This could be one of our contributions to make that happen for the country.
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Today’s beautiful picture was kindly sent to me by Mike Reeves.
Dineke van den Bogerd
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