- Christina McCann
Welcome to GreenFridays4Future
Welcome to our second GreenFridays4Future bulletin! Thank you to everyone for the feedback we got on our previous email. We're so happy to welcome even more people to the GreenFridays4Future community.
We discussed #NoMowMay last time. How is it going? Have you let your garden grow wild? If you're on the verge of feeling like it is too much to let your entire lawn grow wild, why not try allowing at least a small area of your garden go wild. Wait until the autumn to cut it back!
Look at Izabela Tree for some inspiration.
If you don't have any grass space, why not suggest to your local park to leave some areas to grow wild!
Join Ireland's Climate Conversation
Climate Action Plan 2021 GreenFridays4Future suggests how we might support Ireland's progress to carbon neutrality by 2050.
1 - Agriculture & Farming | 2 - Transport | 3 - Residential | 4 - Energy Industries | 5 - Waste
Let Your Opinion Be Heard
The Climate Action Plan is Ireland’s roadmap to becoming a climate neutral economy and resilient society by 2050. This means that the amount of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere is dramatically reduced and is balanced by the amount removed by our land, forestry, or technology.
We hope you're having a wonderful month & look forward to seeing how you're all getting on with #NoMowMay and with the climate conversations in your area or country! We'd love to hear from you at email@example.com Many Thanks, GreenFridays4Future