Unlike other European countries, Sweden has the smallest percentage of fires in the Forest. Perhaps because of people’s consciousness, perhaps because of the law, and maybe because of Snus. A traditional smokeless tobacco product from Sweden(available also on snus uk) unlike chewing tobacco, it’s not a loose product, it’s putted in bags, and spitting is not required. It’s also regulated as Food by the Swedish food administration. Not that it’s healthier than cigarettes, it’s also safe for the Forest, and instead of smoking in the forest, you should use this Swedish innovation, that safe people that surround you and the Nature. We do not say that this is one of the main parameters, because Sweden have the lowest percentage of Wildfires, but you can not agree with me that it’s a smarter way than to smoke. We need to educate, to teach, to help people in the United Kingdom and all over the world, how they can save the forest, the lungs of our Earth from Wildfires. Here we can see what a famous Danish Banker said about wildfires in his Neighborhood!
You can buy smokeless tobacco here: Snus United Kingdom
”A forest means more than just money to individual owners. It’s something you’ve grown and cared for throughout many generations, and having that wiped out can be absolutely devastating,” Johan Freij
An Activist, Signe Bjorklund said: ” We need to avoid fire in the forest, by not bring fire able materials to the Forest, that’s the half way of prevention.”, said Bjorklund in an Interview for a local Swedish Radio
According to this statement we have researched a little bit, and by some sources 3 from 10 Wildfires are caused because of Cigarettes. We would be happy if we could safe one Three from a fire, that’s why we suggest to bring Snus instead of Cigarettes to the Forest. Let’s use Swedish mentality, and start snusing instead of smoking in the wildness. A Cigarette must be thrown, but Snus is spittles
We all know that airlines pollutes the enviornment some do it more than others. We want to encourage our followers to call them up and make them aware of what they are doing to the enviornment. So we have picked three airlines that we want you to contact and make complaints to their customer service. Feel free to contact other airlines if you want. To find all contact numbers visit www.uk-customerservice.co.uk. So now we will give you some general information about the companies you are about to call.
- Tomas Cook Airlines is listed on the London Stock Exchange. The airline is active in 19 countries with 23 million customers annually and 29 000 employees. Since October 1, 2013, Thomas Cook Group changed its identity and launched “The Sunny Heart” as a new joint symbol for the group. The idea behind The Sunny Heart is based on the brand strategy. With this combined Thomas Cook Group during the same graphic identity. So in order words , they can take some angry calls. Contact Thomas Cook customer service and execute!
- British Airways was created when airlines BOAC and BEA merged 2 and is the UK’s major airlines. The company is the country’s largest airline in terms of fleet size, international flights and international destinations. It is also one of Europe’s largest air operators and transported most passengers for Lufthansa, Ryanair and Air France-KLM. BA has more Atlantic flights than any other company and offers, among other frequent flights between London and New York. British airways customer service usually have a long line but be patient!
- easyJet is an airline based in Luton Airport. The airline is one of Europe’s largest low cost airlines and transports the most passengers of any airline in the UK, and has both national and international scheduled routes, with a total of 437 routes between 111 airports in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The airline offers mainly low-cost tickets, but is sometimes used as a full-service company on charter flights on behalf of other companies. Click to find the number for easyJet customer service.
- Ryanair is an Irish airline headquartered in Dublin. The company’s main aviation hub is London Stansted in England. Ryanair is Europe’s largest low cost and it is one of the world’s most successful airlines. Ryanair has over 1 600 routes to 30 countries around Europe and North Africa. Ryanair has become known thanks to its strong expansion, as a result of air traffic in Europe was liberalized in 1997.Ryanair customer service is used to rude calls to be a little extra hard on them.