We’re giving you a chance to name our symbol of sustainability – the red-eyed green tree frog. Entering is simple, tweet or Facebook your suggestions, and make sure you use the hashtag #FollowTheFrog
During 2013, once again we demonstrated the transformative power of market-based solutions such as sustainable certification, with growth rates rising across our global efforts in sustainable agriculture, forestry, tourism, climate change and environmental education. Today’s blog focuses on our sustainable agriculture highlights in 2013.
Typically, as we’re half way through the UK summer holidays, the lovely sunny weather we were so enjoying has given way to rain. But that doesn’t stop us enjoying another summer-time treat…ice cream. And what’s more, by choosing Magnum ice cream, you will also be helping the environment and the farmers who depend on it for their livelihoods.
In the next blog in our Family Farming series to mark the UN Year of International Family Farming, we meet Nicholas Assaw, a farmer from the Sefwi Mafia community in Ghana.
To mark International Youth Day, today’s blog shows the importance of involving young people in learning about and adopting positive environmental practices.