With obesity predicted to grow at a truly alarming rate, we must surely take every opportunity to promote exercise and physical activity - especially given the health, financial and carbon costs associated with our increasingly sedentary lifestyles.
The city of Vranje supports 10:10 campaign efforts!
Vranje is a city and municipality located in southern Serbia with population of almost 90,000 people. It is the administrative center of the Pčinja District of Serbia.
It's amazing to think that since we launched 10:10 last September, more than 92,000 people in 148 countries have signed up to the campaign and agreed to cut their carbon. One of the reasons word has spread so quickly is Twitter, which has been invaluable in helping people share their carbon-cutting tips. So when, a few months back, our webteam added a clever Twitter feed to the 10:10 website sharing the most recent #1010 Tweets, it seemed like a pretty good idea.
Gone vegetarian (and going towards vegan)! This basically sums up past three weeks for me :)
And, trust me, it has not been an easy switch for me. But I love it! And here is why you should try it:
A Christian Summer Camp in Ukraine supported 10:10, and decided to use some of its time to educate children on the importance of reducing carbon emissions, but also how the children can easily participate and help in carbon reductions.
School may be off for the summer, but not for our 10:10 schools in Balkan and Adriatic, here is what just some of them are doing this summer: