Monday, 7 October 2019

Going Green #32 - October 2019


Welcome to Going Green. This is the place to promote all your green, sustainable, environmental, seasonal, local, organic, fair trade, ethical etc posts ... basically any post that helps or inspires readers to preserve and improve our beautiful world. If you are not sure what subjects would be good or need some ideas have a look here where you'll find all the details about the linky here: Going Green Linky.

Climate Strikes


First we had The Blue Planet Effect and then we had the global climate strikes on September 20th 2019.  Awareness that we absolutely have to changes our ways and we have to do it urgently is gathering momentum and we need to keep it going.  To that end I have linked up 2 posts that show what we can all do right now, one aimed at everyone and one aimed specifically at the section of our population who stand to gain most from the changes - children.

I would also urge you to do some reading.  I am part way through the book "There is No Planet B" by Mike Berners-Lee which outlines where we are now and what we have to do mitigate the negative knock-on effect of our combined actions.  In part in makes for depressing reading but it is also a very positive book, showing that it is entirely achievable to stop increased levels in atmospheric CO2 without losing our current standard of living.



My picks from Going Green September 2019


Thank you to everyone who linked up in September - these were 3 of my favourite posts:

  • Isabel at Sustainable Responsible Living gave us a range of healthy sweet snacks without plastic packaging.
raw brownies, healthy snacks, recipes

  • Annette from Four Acorns wrote about something that I suspect we all suffer from - Climate Anxiety and how she deals with it.
fireweed-flowers-epilobes-epilobium-angustifolium  

  • And finally Emma from Small Footprints Big Adventures gave a very detailed account of which are the best shopping/grocery bags to use. Interesting stuff and not always what you would have expected. 
Choosing reusable bags can be confusing!



If you missed these posts do head over now for a read.

Calling Eco-Instagrammers

If you are on Instagram and would like to join a group of like minded people to help support and promote your account. If you are interested please follow and then DM  backcountrycitygirl.

Please link up to 3 posts, old or new and let's work together to spread the Going Green message.  I'd love it too if you could promote the linky on all your social media channels and among all your friends. Thank you 💚.  Let's work to

Before you link up may I just remind you of 3 of the "rules":

  • Link up to THREE posts
  • Please can you include my badge (preferably) or a link back to A Green and Rosie Life. That will 
  • This is a blog link so in order for us all to benefit please comment on a minimum of three other blogs in the link up, ideally including the one in front of you, one my host posts and at least one other ... the more you comment the more others are likely to visit your blog. 

If you share your posts using the hashtag #GoingGreen and I will RT you etc.  I will also add posts with suitable vertical pins to my Going Green Linky board on Pinterest.

Need to find me on Social Media?  Here you go ...

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Thanks for visiting and I look forward to reading all your linked up green posts.







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5 comments :

  1. I can't seem to add a link - I click add link and it takes me straight to logging in to verify your link without giving me anywhere to add the URL. Any ideas? I've tried on phone and on PC.

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  2. Great reads, I especially enjoyed the Lorna Gold interview.

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  3. I try to do my bit but having read this there are certainly other things I can start doing now x

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  4. Aah! Commenting late. Where did October go?

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