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'I do 30' to reduce CO2 emissions

29 January, 2010 - 10:36 -- John Burton

This morning I got an email from Anne Herngaard in Denmark, which I have copied below, as it seems a good idea, and is self explanatory, and I would like to encourage my readers to check it out.

I am just writing to let you know of a campaign called 'I do 30' that may be of interest to your blog.

During the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, our world leaders failed in making a climate change deal. It is therefore important that we all take responsibility for our actions to make a better world - and one way of doing this is by doing 30.

The 'I do 30' campaign encourages people across the world to turn down the temperature on their laundry to save CO2. We can all have a positive impact on the climate, by doing small climate friendly choices in your everyday life. So please help us create awareness and spread the 'I do 30' message.

We have gathered a community on Facebook of more than 12,000 fans. You can help us by making a blog post telling about 'I do 30' or you can join us on Facebook and spread the message.

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