Greener footprints pledge
Join our county-wide campaign Greener Footprints and make a pledge to beat climate change so we, along with future generations, can all continue to enjoy the wonderful natural environment and wildlife that we're so lucky to have all around us in Herefordshire.
In three simple steps people and organisations can make a real difference by taking independent and joint actions that will collectively make a big dent in the effects of climate change on our county, and our lives.
Make a pledge today as part of our Greener Footprints campaign. You can signup as an individual, employer, community or as a partner.
Don't waste any time. Start today by making changes to the way you go about everyday life. We'll be posting lots of advice on this website to help you on your way - from carbon workouts that will help reduce your personal carbon footprints to eating climate friendly dishes. We're also planning a number of climate action campaign initiatives in 2022 that we'd love you to get involved in.
Don't just make climate-friendly changes to your life. Together we want people and organisations to create a movement for positive change across the county. So shout about what you've done or are doing and share via your own social media channels to inspire others to follow suit. Also post your support for our campaign and share our content which you can find on our Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter channels.
We are delighted that you are joining us to help achieve the vision of a zero carbon nature rich Herefordshire.
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