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JUN

Anna Celeste Watson says:
Celebrating World Environment Day


Category: Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Farming & Food, Sustainable Living
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We’re celebrating World Environment Day!

There are so many simple steps we can all take today here in Dorset and the UK to live a more sustainable life to help ourselves and our planet – from eating less meat, reducing our waste and using less energy to switching to renewable energy suppliers.

Dorset Energized is here to help guide you on the greener road to sustainable and renewable energy, so check out our web pages below for lots more tips, info and links to local suppliers:

  • Switching Energy Suppliers – switch to Good Energy’s 100% renewable electricity and they’ll give Dorset Energized users £50 off your first bill
  • Energy Efficiency – top tips from switching off your appliances and insulating your home to how to reduce your water usage and waste
  • Sustainable Living - from eco friendly travel to looking for organic local seasonal food
  • Renewable Energy Options – from biomass heating to electric cars and solar power

I have stumbled across a couple of interesting articles for World Environment Day here too:

Trashed: No Place for Waste by Good Energy – www.goodenergy.co.uk/blog/articles/2013/06/04/trashed-no-place-for-waste

A Diet Fit for World Environment Day? by RAW – www.raw.info/latest/a-diet-fit-for-world-environment-day



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