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Managing the marine historic environment of Wales. 8 March 2019 Open consultation Arts, culture and sport. View all · Give feedback about this page …

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Agriculture / Food

Policy Manager (Agriculture / Food) Our client represents the interests of farmers and growers across England and Wales. Promoting the interests of …

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People Tree work with BBC Earth to educate the general public.

As part of a wider outreach to address the impact of the fashion industry on the planet, they have collaborated with People Tree on a collection of  BBC Earth, which is part of the BBC Natural History Unit, is one of the largest documentary production houses in the world.
Their recent collaboration with Ocean X for Our Blue Planet started a global conversation about our oceans which has reached over 200 million people worldwide. A similar campaign highlighting the effects of the fashion industry could be just as far reaching.The channel is increasingly proactive in a mission to unveil the devastating consequences our desires for convenience and consumption are having on our habitat.During London Fashion Week, BBC Earth launched its #SustainableME campaign in a partnership with Amy Powney of fashion brand Mother of Pearl.
Their short film Can Fashion Be Sustainable? reminds us how fast fashion and our daily clothing consumption is threatening the biodiversity of the planet.Julia Kenyon, Global Brand Director for BBC Earth said: “In launching Sustainable Me we wanted to show people how the choices they make as consumers can shape the future of our planet.The way we currently manufacture and consume clothes places our oceans under pressure but we can be a part of the change by being more mindful in the way that we consume.”The People Tree collaboration is in tune with the #SustainableME-pledge: consider every purchase; avoid fast fashion; repair and repurpose; buy quality and consume less.

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ICC wants fans to feel World Cup fever

ISLAMABAD: The International Cricket Council (ICC) will involve cricket fans in a big way to enhance the image of the World Cup 2019 by making them be part of the excitement in the run up to the mega event.

The winning post will be voted for by fans and the prize is an ultimate World Cup final experience, including tickets and travel for two people to Lord’s on July 14.
The second element of the campaign will see activity hit the streets of England and Wales in the build-up to this summer’s tournament, with each of the 10 host cities installing a bespoke mural featuring a set of cricket wickets in an iconic location.More than three million fans across 148 countries have applied for tickets to the World Cup, highlighting the global appeal of the tournament.

Now, #WorldwideWickets will allow even more fans from across the world to engage with the tournament and showcase the unique and brilliant ways cricket is played.The campaign will run from February 21 until the final stages of the tournament in July.A winning photo or video will be selected on a regular basis in the weeks leading up to the World Cup final with each winner receiving a limited-edition World Cup ball.Ahead of the semi-finals, the ten best photos and videos will be shortlisted and compiled by CWC19 Ambassadors.Fans will then be able to vote for their favourite post and the one with the most likes will win the grand prize of a trip to the final at Lord’s.Fans around the globe will be given a chance to experience the excitement of the World Cup through the ICC’s brand new #WorldwideWickets campaign that will celebrate the different ways we all play cricket.

The winning post will be voted for by fans and the prize is an ultimate World Cup final experience, including tickets and travel for two people to Lord’s on July 14.The second element of the campaign will see activity hit the streets of England and Wales in the build-up to this summer’s tournament, with each of the 10 host cities installing a bespoke mural featuring a set of cricket wickets in an iconic location.More than three million fans across 148 countries have applied for tickets to the World Cup, highlighting the global appeal of the tournament.Now, #WorldwideWickets will allow even more fans from across the world to engage with the tournament and showcase the unique and brilliant ways cricket is played.

The campaign will run from February 21 until the final stages of the tournament in July. A winning photo or video will be selected on a regular basis in the weeks leading up to the World Cup final with each winner receiving a limited-edition World Cup ball.Ahead of the semi-finals, the ten best photos and videos will be shortlisted and compiled by CWC 19 Ambassadors. Fans will then be able to vote for their favorite post and the one with the most likes will win the grand prize of a trip to the final at Lord’s.

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