Fleur de Lis Scouts Recycle Reuse Reduce Fun Badge

£1.50

This ‘Recycle, Reuse, Reduce’ woven fun badge is to encourage recycling, reusing and reducing to save our planet!

A great badge that can be used for Global Recycling Day, World Environment Day, Recycle Awareness Week and National Cleanup Day.

A great badge that can be sewn onto a badge blanket or poncho or added to a Scouting badge collection.

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This ‘Recycle, Reuse, Reduce’ woven fun badge is to encourage recycling, reusing and reducing to save our planet!

A great badge that can be used for Global Recycling Day, World Environment Day, Recycle Awareness Week and National Cleanup Day.

A great badge that can be sewn onto a badge blanket or poncho or added to a Scouting badge collection.

Here are some environmental dates for your calendar.

February 2nd – World Wetlands Day
March 18th – Global Recycling Day
March 21st – International Day of Forests
March 21st – World Wood Day
March 22nd – World Water Day
March 27th – Earth Hour
April 22nd – Earth Day
May 2nd – World Tuna Day
May 20th – World Bee Day
May 23rd – World Turtle Day
June 5th – World Environment Day
June 8th – World Oceans Day
June 16th – World Sea Turtle Day
June 18th – 24th Recycle Awareness Week
June 22nd – World Rainforest Day
June 26th – World Rivers Day
August 21st-27th – World Water Week
September 19th – National Cleanup Day
December 5th – World Soil Day

Everybody’s Earth:

Since the industrial revolution humans have spilled oil in the sea, polluted the air and land with chemicals, cut down vast areas of rainforest and driven some animals to extinction. Naturally, this has not sat well with Earth’s more environmentally conscious inhabitants.

On April 22nd 1970, millions of people from all walks of life marched on to the streets across America, united by the desire to end these decades of environmental degradation. 50 years later, Earth Day has become a global annual event, urging everyone to do their bit to curb climate change, prevent pollution and save endangered species.

As part of the Scouting movement, we have a responsibility to care for the planet as much as for each other, and by taking small steps together we can make big changes.

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