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  1. I'm absolutely sweltering as I type this - and very much aware of the heat outside (and in here!) 

    But I've just put in my order to Green People  and discovered that it's their 21st birthday! 

    They produce natural and organic beauty products and they're based in West Sussex.  One of things I love about them - as I've mentioned on this site before - is that they have and continue to partner with a number of chariites which are working to help the environment and wildlife.

    The Woodland Trust, Plantlife, Butterfly Conservation and the Marine Conservation Society are just 4 charities that Green People have worked to raise money for.

    I love their products and was very pleased to see that they are offering 21% off if you spend over £21 

    Green People are giving 21% off if you spend over £21.

    Use the code BIRTHDAY and the offer ends 08.07.18 - you can't  use it in conjunction with any other discount code.

    If you're after sun care products, you could take a look - many are 100% reef safe and ocean friendly.  And there are a couple of sun care products which mean that Green People donate 30p when you buy them to the Marine Conservation Society

    Sun care products from Green People
    View the sun care products from Green People

    Organic Children Sun Lotion SPF30 - Scent Free 150ML
    Organic Children Sun Lotion SPF30 - Scent Free 150ML

    Find out more about Green People's work with the Marine Conservation Society.

    Take a look at Green People's achievements over the last 21 years.  And well done to Charlotte, the founder, and the Green People team!  


  2. World Giraffe Day is held every year on 21st June and it was initiated by the Giraffe Conservation Foundation.

    Find out more about World Giraffe Day


    World Giraffe Day is dedicated to a specific programme each year, and in 2018, fundraising efforts will go towards the conservation of the threatened Nubian giraffe in Uganda.

    It is estimated that there are 2,645 of the Nubian giraffes (previously called Rothschilds) in the wild.

    The GIraffe Conservation Foundation works closely with the Uganda Wildlife Authority to increase giraffe numbers, populations, and habitat in the country.

    Operation Twiga III (Twiga is giraffe in Swahili) plans to translocate giraffe populations.  This has been successful before and boosted giraffe numbers, and you can find out more about efforts to help these giraffes here


    You can donate to help this conservation effort or adopt a giraffe.