Posted: February 2019
Lent is about to begin, and instead of giving up chocolate, why not go meat-free or decide not to buy anything new as part of a challenge to reduce our impact on the climate!!
These are just two of the lifestyle challenges from the 'Living Lent' climate change campaign from the Joint Public Issues Team. Others include living more locally, changing transport choices and reducing single-use plastics.
Could you join us? Find out more and sign up for resources at www.livinglent.org by clicking here
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