Young Green Anglicans at Provincial Youth Consulatation
This year’s Provincial Youth Consultation was hosted by the Diocese of Kimberly and Kuruman and didn’t they go all out in helping to be good stewards for the environment!!. The pictures displays Jonathan ‘Mr. Green lantern’ Ho’Bosch who saved paper by manually printing back to back 70 copies. The next picture is the Diocese of K&K’s display of recycling information done by Thuto. We had Revd. Gabriel Barnett and his young people with ‘Mr. Green Lantern’ do some sorting of waste after visiting the Big Hole.
(Picture: Green Environmental Network Jonathan Ho’Bosch, Revd. Rachel Mash, Nina Pretorius and Ncumisa Magadla receiving their flagship from the Western Cape Premier Helen Zille on Mandela Day at Spier in Stellenbosch.
“It’s not hard to go green, it just wants one to start caring for what God blessed us with”- Thuto Makgoe a Young Green Anglican in Kimberly.
Things To Consider When Hosting An Event:
- Have a green team
- Have bins for Cans, Paper, Plastic, Compost and unrecyclable waste, eg. Styrofoam.
- If possible make an A5 booklet rather than loose one-sided paper.
- Make sure of the numbers so food is not wasted
-Jonathan Ho’ Bosch