Team Green Britain

 

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14 Oct 2009

 

 
 

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Team Green Britain all kicked off on Green Britain Day on 10 July 2009. It was the firstever Green Britain Day and an opportunity for people to get together and do onesimple, green thing for the team. Following this, five teams were put together that currentlymaking up Team Green Britain and there are more being planned. If you signup, there will be lots of activities to get involved with.

“Everyone’s eyes will be on London in 2012.” say Team Green and went on to say that it is our chance to show the world that Britain is a leading force in the race against climate change,

They invite the UK public to get together and become involved by offering you the chance to join up – with friends, neighbours or complete strangers – to participate in activities that work for a greener Britain.

It’s up to you how much or how little you do. But, as a team player, you’ll know that you’re part of a movement to reduce Britain’s carbon footprint and help us all live more sustainable lives. Another benefit is that you could even save a bit of money by being green.

That’s the big idea behind Team Green Britain. As a team member, you’ll get all the practical support, information and advice you need about living a greener life. So that, together, we can leave a lasting, green legacy after The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

“So please join our Team,” say Team Green, “and remember, however you play it, every positive action you take is part of something that’s bigger than all of us.”

To find out more about Team Green and how you can get involved, please visit the website:

www.teamgreenbritain.org/home

 
 

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