National Lottery Environmental Campaign: #PlanetaryPromises

Climate emergency is the defining issue of our time. We can’t afford to look away. We’re working with cinemas and festivals Wales wide to develop our #PlanetaryPromise by ensuring that the projects we support, consider their impact on the environment.

We also recently released a biodiverse big screen programming pack, a free film resource available UK wide to raise awareness through environmental film programming.

We’re also considering the impact we make in our office. We’ve switched to recyclable tape, refillable bamboo pens, note books from Born Free Foundation and we refill our liquids in glass bottles. We’re committed to making a difference on a local and national level.

The National Lottery Environmental Campaign

Since 2011, The National Lottery has invested more than £2.2bn in green projects and initiatives across heritage, art, community and sport. Everything from community groups preserving natural habitats to art installations educating young people on climate change. 

Between the 19th and 23rd April, The National Lottery is inviting distributors, projects, volunteers, fundraisers, athletes and players to make a #PlanetaryPromise on social media as part of a campaign promoting environmental good causes.

The #PlanetaryPromise is a chance for you to do your bit for the environment by making a conscious commitment to either start or stop something that could be helping or harming our planet. 

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Our members #PlanetaryPromise's

With support from Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park Association, Theatr Gwaun will generate 50 percent of it's electricity consumption from 57 solar panels on the roof.

Theatre Gwaun

In the next few months, Magic Lantern in Tywyn aim to reduce their waste by 25% or more by installing sweet dispensers and serving in reusable dishes, installing a Post Mix dispense system for soft drinks to be used with reusable glasses and changing from individually wrapped ice creams to scoop ice cream which will be served in cones or reusable dishes.

Magic Lantern

The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead, Anglesey, will expand their Wildlife and Kitchen Garden Project into their new build, which aims to merge inside with outside and incorporate climate friendly growing.

Ucheldre Centre
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