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Latest News from the Charity Gifts Australia Blog

  • Millions Participate In This Year’s WWF Earth Hour

    Earlier in the month WWF’s Earth Hour brought millions of people from all over the world together (including those orbiting on the International Space Station). The annual exercise is meant to highlight the need for urgent action on climate change. This year there was record participation by people, companies, buildings and landmarks in over 172 countries, all of whom switched off their lights at an agreed time to take part in the world’s largest environmental grassroots exercise.

  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom Visits Ebola Affected Communities

    Orlando Bloom, the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador has just completed a four day visit to Liberia where the celebrated actor praised the efforts of communities affected by Ebola in combating the deadly disease. Mr. Bloom said everyone he met with was determined to deal with the crisis so they could return to their normal lives. He added that communities were central to the fight against the virus and should be supported in their efforts to get to zero cases.

  • Greenpeace Calls On Australia To Minimise Plastic Waste

    Europe has managed to nail the concept of minimising wastage that comes from plastic bags. On the continent, fruit is always packaged in paper bags and in most cases the retailer will not provide shoppers with bags once they complete their purchase companies. Global companies such as Apple go even further and deliberately eschew paper by using emails to send receipts following a purchase. This is a great way to minimise the use of paper and keep everything electronically filed for reference in the future. It is also convenient because it saves the consumer from searching for a paper receipt when your computer battery fails unexpectedly.

  • WWF Calls On NSW Government Not To Repeal Environmental Legislation

    WWF the global conservation groups is calling on New South Wales Premier Mike Baird to save the habitat of as many as 250,000 Australian animals. In just five years the current NSW wildlife laws have save the lives of over a quarter million native animals. However the Government of NSW is now thinking about whether to scraps the laws that would protect the habitat from being destroyed.

  • CARE Challenges Australians To Become More Active

    According to the latest research, only seven per cent of Australians walk more than the recommended distance that is required to maintain well being and general health. The results of the research was revealed as part of CARE’s Walk In Her Shoes Challenge. The results show the average Australian takes 4,000 steps or walks 3.2 kilometres per day.

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