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Sky Lanterns Myths – Questions and answers

We want to appeal to all Civil Servants and those working in public bodies to remind them that by vocation, they have the moral duty to be impartial, coherent, responsible, cohesive and accountable for any declaration and action they take while representing their professional division. This also applies to Fire-fighters, Police Officers, Doctors, Nurses, Vets, Teachers, Counsellors, MPs, The Right Honourable Ladies and Gentlemen, Local Authorities and public corporations such as the BBC, Channel 4 and all other organisations involved to inform and shaping public behaviour.
Admin | 4/5/2020

RSPCA is misusing Pay Per Click campaign against sky lanterns

With deepest sadness and condemnation, nobody could ever expect that a respected Charity organisation, such as RSPCA, could adopt such a low marketing strategy to attract donations. It is unjustifiable that a Charity organisation desperate to generate income, rises additional funds by despising not only all reputable suppliers, such Night Sky Lanterns®, but RSPCA is also disregarding the operational study by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), which was also fully financed with public money.
Admin | 15/2/2020

An outright ban on sky lanterns would be disproportionate

We could not agree more with DEFRA that the impact of sky lanterns is minor and “any actions we take must be proportionate to the level of risk”.

Moreover, we are pleased to reassure all our customers that the Government leniency will not ban future generations to enjoy the magical emotion when releasing a sky lantern.

We fully support, as DEFRA states, that “an outright ban would be disproportionate”.
Admin | 11/2/2020

Sky lanterns are safe for birds, wildlife and people

To millions of people, sky lanterns create magical spectacles which release a sense of peaceful energy and a remarkable connection with the spiritual world. As seen in many movies and Disney cartoons, sky lanterns are as beautiful as they look and it is totally inadequate to victimise responsible sky lanterns users using few doubtful incidents. Sky lanterns do not kill or harm animals and people. This was fully supported by Trading Standard Institute which ...
Fab Pad | 19/4/2019

Sky lanterns are not litter, have zero emissions and help the ecosystem

For definition, littering is the act of intentionally dropping and leaving deposits lying on the public ground, like those seen every day in towns and countryside alike. (Annex: page 27) The principle of Sky lanterns is to be released free in the sky and thinking of a dream while watch them flying away until the light goes off.
Innovative sky lanterns are 100% biodegradable and have zero emissions, ...
Fab Pad | 18/4/2019
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