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Ceridwen Robinson

Walgreens Boots Alliance

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    plastic bottles
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Ceridwen's actions

Land + Forests

Cold Showers - Reducing CO2 Footprint

Have cold showers for all of 2024. Reduces carbon footprint. Reduces water footprint as I don't stay in the shower as long/ shave in the shower any longer etc.

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DAILY ACTIONS

Action Track: Community

Borrow Before I Buy

Why buy something I will only use once or a few times if someone nearby has it for me to borrow, and why not share something I have that someone may only need a few times a year? To reduce my consumption and waste, I will create or support the sharing economy with friends, family, colleagues or neighbors.

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Freshwater + Oceans

Use a Reusable Water Bottle

Itr's estimated over a billion water bottles are thrown away each year. Even if they were recycled, that still uses energy and resources from the earth. I will use a reusable bottle and stop purchasing bottled water, saving 2 disposable plastic bottle(s) a day.

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DAILY ACTIONS

Biodiversity + Wildlife

TRY A NEW VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN RECIPE

I will try a new vegetarian or vegan recipe and share how it turns out on the Ecochallenge feed, or with family and friends.

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    Ceridwen Robinson 4/17/2024 1:06 AM
    Last week I managed to forage some St George's Mushrooms on the D90 Nottingham Boots site. I've had a few meals with them and then dried the rest to use as flavouring in recipes. The remaining mushrooms will feed insects and leave spores back in the soil. Foraging sustainably means the mushrooms should grow back in the same location next year too :-)