20 pledges for the planet: a different kind of new year’s resolution

Find out how to download your pledge form

We believe small changes, when made by the collective, can bring huge, extraordinary change. And her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II agrees with us. In her speech on Christmas Day 2019 she said:

“As we enter a new decade, it’s worth remembering it is often the small steps, not the giant leaps, that bring about the most lasting change”

– Queen Elizabeth II

In times of crisis, it can be easy to feel helpless. Sometimes the best way to combat this feeling, is to take action.

So this year, why not make it your New Year’s resolution to take small steps to reduce your impact on the earth? That’s the best kind of resolution – you’ll feel better because you’re taking action, you’ll be helping out the planet AND you’ll be looking after your health in the process.

How good is that?!

Step 1: Download the form

We know it can be tricky knowing where to start on this journey, so we’ve done the hard work for you.

We’ve created a nifty pledge form you can go and download HERE, print out and stick on your fridge to help keep you and your family / partner / housemates accountable to the planet next year. You can track your progress – and celebrate your successes – by ticking off the pledges as you achieve them.

Earth Collective Pledge For The Planet 21 Download


Step 2: Follow us on social media

We’ll be sharing pledge ideas, tips and tricks on Instagram, Facebook and in our weekly ‘good news’ newsletters throughout the month of January. So make sure you are following along.

Step 3: Show us your successes

Every pledge you take is a win for your health and the health of the planet – and we want to hear about it. Share your successes on social, tag us and #pledgefortheplanet21 and we’ll reshare some of the best ones to spread the inspiration!?

That’s it! Let’s get pledging. Good luck and have fun!

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Charli Ferrand

Charli wrote her first novel at the tender age of 9, then dabbled in the idea of becoming a professional ballerina for a few years, before returning to her love of writing, acquiring a BA (Hons) in Journalism, Film & Broadcast from Cardiff University in the UK. A three-month holiday in Australia turned into a 11 year residency, during which Charli cemented her career in PR & Marketing Communications working with some of the biggest brands in the world. She also gained her citizenship, discovered her passion for sustainability and eventually ended up coming full circle, combining her professional skills with her love of the planet and oceans into her role as Editor-in-Chief of Earth Collective. A trained journalist, experienced communications professional and qualified Mental Health First Aider, Charli has her finger on the pulse of the latest political and environmental developments around the world. You can find her writing about current affairs, political activism and mental health.

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