Do Nation has joined forces with sustainability ambassador Ali Abdo to support his record-breaking, awareness-raising electric bike ride to COP27.
We are so excited to announce Do Nation as the chosen platform partner to support the world record attempt for the longest journey by electric motorbike!
Can you believe we’re heading into August?
We’ve already accomplished so much. Together we’ve saved 247,919 flights from London to Paris worth of carbon in fact!
Let’s keep it up – our small actions really are making a difference.
Coming up in August is:
🚴♀️ Cycle to work day – 5.8.22
👩🌾 National Allotment Week – 8-14.8.22
🧒🏽 International Youth day – 12.8.22
To make the most of these days, why not try out the actions below and make your August count 👇
THIS is the month for zero waste to shine ☀️
Coming up in July is:
♻️ Plastic Free July – all month
🛍️ Global Plastic Bag Free day – 3rd July
👭 International Day of Friendship – 30th July
To celebrate, check out this months tips for making your social summer that little bit more susty 👇
There’s something for everyone, no matter where you are on your sustainability journey.
Welcome to Do Nation’s Action Leaders; a celebration of the people in our communities who are leading by doing.
Do Nation is here to help keep global heating under 2 degrees, and limit devastating impact on communities near and far. For this we need radical optimism, imagination and action.
Thought leaders help us see how life can be, Action Leaders put it into action. This month we’re talking to Julia Chalmers who successfully engaged thousands of employees at SSE in sustainable living.
Whilst all sorts of everyday actions help tackle climate change, there is a short list of – the big hitters – that you can focus on.
Of the 20 actions identified by Project Drawdown (below), we’ve highlighted 4 for Earth Day, April 22nd, and summarised top level reasons why.
If there’s one day of the year you can legitimately encourage friends and colleagues to do something for the environment, Earth Day on 22nd April is it.
This Earth Day Do Action Plan has a wide range of sustainable actions. So whether you’ve new to climate action or could give David Attenborough a run for his money, read on.
Every year, at 8:30 pm on the last Saturday of March, millions of people across the world turn power down for Earth Hour.
This year Earth Hour is on 26th March.
Whether you’re new to sustainable living, or been at it for years we’ve got tools and tips to help you reduce your carbon footprint on the 26th, and beyond.
So take your pick from our list of 8 Earth Hour friendly Do Actions.
The 22nd of March is World Water Day.
We’ve pulled together our favourite water saving actions that we hope will inspire you, your colleagues and people in your community to start making small, water saving changes this World Water Day.
Fairtrade fortnight, World Wetlands Day, Chinese New Year, Black History Month, Winter Olympics, there’s even a Pokemon Day on the 27th (go walking?). It’s a busy month.
Let’s pack it with positive, everyday climate action.
Whether you’re more sustainable than an edible coffee cup, or brand new to sustainable living, let our Do Actions help you and your community take positive steps to a better future.
It won’t come as a surprise to you that for us behaviour change nerds at Do Nation, January is our favourite month.
The new year is so full of potential and possibility. And, importantly right now, hope.