This is a page dedicated to some of the things we at Seriously Responsible as a company support and really care about that might also be of interest to you.
We will be adding more over time, as there are many more causes we are passionate about at home in the UK and internationally.
PLANT A TREE AND HELP COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE
The Woodland Trust, plants woods and trees to combat climate change, that helps to build a greener future for the UK and create havens for wildlife.
- They protect by saving woods and tree from decimation. They stand against needless destruction and lead the fight against tree pests and diseases.
- They protect b saving woods and trees from decimation. They stand against needless destruction and lead the fight against tree pests and diseases.
- They restore by bringing damaged ancient woods back to life. They restore these irreplaceable ecosystems before they are lost forever.
Bake Off’s Sandi Toksvig (an ambassador of the Woodland Trust), a television broadcaster, producer and writer, urged people to pledge to plant. She said: “Climate change is a real threat and it affects us all. But there is the simplest of all solutions. It’s green and lovely – the humble tree. It eats CO2 for breakfast and makes all our lives better. And what’s more we can all do our bit to take action now and plant one. I will be pledging to plant a tree in the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback and I urge people to get off their sofas (when they’ve watched their recording of Bake Off of course) and plant a tree. It’s very simple and you could be one in a million.”
HELP FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE AND PLANT A TREE TODAY:
ADOPT A PANGOLIN – A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES
The word Pangolin comes from ‘penggulung”, the Malay word for roller – the action a pangolin takes in self-defense. A startled pangolin will cover its head with its front legs, exposing its scales to any potential predator. If touched or grabbed it will roll up completely into a ball, while the sharp scales on the tail can be used to defend themselves.
In China and Vietnam, pangolins are highly prized by consumers for their meat and their unique scales and are the world’s most illegally traded mammal. Demand for pangolin scales and meat means this little known shy and solitary creature could become extinct before we have a chance to understand it fully.
There are eight species of pangolin, all of which are declining in number and range from CRITICALLY ENDANGERED to VULNERBLE on the IUCN’s Red List.
ADOPT A PANGOLIN AND HELP SAVE AN ENDANGERED SPECIES: