“We’ve made the switch to compostable BioBags! At Who’s Your Doggy, we don’t just believe in the health of our pets, but also in the health of our planet and all animals. In the past week, more of our customers than ever before have brought their own bags to the store, and have encouraged others to do the same.
Every time you say no to single-use plastic, you’re saying yes to a healthier planet! Thank you! 🌎” Thank you for making the sustainable switch @doggybk 💚
DRAKE - TAKE CARE THEMED CANDLE! Marbled black, white & golden honey! Scent - Midnight Temptation (Black Raspberry Vanilla) 🕯 Crystal of your choice within is optional! Made with all natural coconut wax - cotton wick.
Years ago I attended a first aid course. Towards the end of the course the tutor said something that has stuck with me ever since. He acknowledged that throughout the course we had been given a lot of information to take in and it would probably (hopefully!) be a long time until any of us needed to use it.
He said - if you take one thing away from today, it’s this: do something. If you simply do something rather than nothing, you will make a difference.
It feels to me like the environment needs us all to apply a little first aid. For us all to “do something”. If everyone made one small change, how much impact could that have?
What if we each made a bunch of small changes?
Wild bonobos can only be found in forests south of the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Sometimes known as the pygmy chimpanzee, bonobos weren’t recognized as a separate species until 1929. As the last great ape to be scientifically described, much remains unknown about the bonobo—including the extent of its geographic range. Efforts to survey the species over the past two decades have been hampered by the remote nature of its habitat, the patchiness of their distribution and years of civil unrest within the DRC. Civil unrest and increasing poverty in the area around the bonobos’ forests have contributed to bonobo poaching and deforestation. Though the size of the bonobo population is largely unknown, it has likely been declining for the last 30 years. Scientists believe that the decline will continue for the next 45 to 55 years due to the bonobo’s low reproductive rate and growing threats. #bonobos#bonobo#bonobomonkey#monkey#monkeys#animal#animals#photo#photography#endangered#endangeredspecies#wildlife#nature#savetheplanet#savetheworld#savetheearth#savebonobos
Car Pollution has become a major issue over the past decades. Causing global warming and polluting our environment with toxins. We want to inspire others to partake in finding ways to reduce car pollution, to have a cleaner and safer environment for our future generations to come. #savetheearth#globalwarming#pollution