Световната акция за почистване за един ден започна днес в Словения

Publication: 
‎МЕНИДЖЪР
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Инициативата World Cleanup 2012, в която тази година гражданите на над 100 държави в света ще се включат в почистването на страните си за един ден, започва днес с националното почистване на Словения. Най-големият доброволчески проект в историята на Словения, също както и българската кампания „Да изчистим България за един ден!”, е вдъхновен от първата акция в Естония през 2008, поставила началото на движението Let’s Do It!, обясняват от bTV.

Municipios portugueses participarán en programa de limpia

Publication: 
Pueblo en Línea
Country: 
Portugal
Description: 
Un total de 200 municipios portugueses se sumarán el sábado a la iniciativa "Limpiar Portugal", que este año tendrá como lema principal la sensibilización de las poblaciones, anunció hoy el coordinador de la iniciativa, Paulo Torres.

Citizens of Kosovo being mobilized for one-day cleanup

Publication: 
ECIKS
Country: 
Kosovo
Description: 
There is 100 million tons of illegal waste lying around everywhere in the world, and Kosovo is no exception. A non-governmental organization "Liria-I" has initiated a one-day cleanup in Kosovo on May 24th 2012. The core team is currently enriching the strategic plan, creating partnerships, mapping the waste, recruiting volunteers, and working together with local groups in all Kosovo municipalities to develop a completed clean up action plan for May 24th

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group embarks on World Cleanup 2012

Publication: 
Carlson
Description: 
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups, today announced the kick off of World Cleanup 2012, a campaign which aims to cleanup illegal stray garbage and raise people’s awareness.

World Cleanup 2012 Kicked Off Last Weekend

Publication: 
Estonia.eu
Country: 
Estonia
Country: 
Slovenia
Country: 
Portugal
Country: 
Tunisia
Description: 
On Saturday, 24 March, the global civic action called World Cleanup 2012 was kicked off with massive cleanup days in Portugal and Slovenia, followed by a cleanup action in Tunisia the next day.

Quand les citoyens partent à la chasse aux déchets

Publication: 
YOUPHIL
Country: 
Tunisia
Country: 
France
Description: 
Cette année, en Tunisie, le projet a séduit, malgré la révolution de 2011: "Le peuple s’est réuni pour se libérer d’un dictateur, et maintenant il faut qu’on se réunisse pour se libérer de la pollution dans notre pays", explique l’un des initiateurs du mouvement, Wassim Chaabane.

Türk Receives Organisers of Clean Up Slovenia Campaign

Publication: 
STA
Country: 
Slovenia
Description: 
President Danilo Türk received representatives of the NGO Ecologists Without Borders on Friday, the eve of the nationwide environmental campaign "Clean Up Slovenia 2012" targeting illegal waste dumps.

Let’s do It! Armenia: Volunteers Uniting in Country Cleanup

Publication: 
Hetq Online
Country: 
Armenia
Description: 
Launched as a response to Estonian idea, “Let’s Do It 2008!”, “Let’s Do It! Armenia” will motivate people to become actively involved in cleaning-up of Armenia.

Clean Up Slovenia 2012 Seeks to Remove 10,000 Tonnes of Waste (background)

Publication: 
STA
Country: 
Slovenia
Description: 
Jaka Kranjc and Polonca Štritof told the STA in an interview that the campaign was to teach people to take responsibility for the health of the environment they live in. "Our goal is to have 250,000 volunteers, and judging from the response so far we believe this target will be achieved. But the main point of the campaign is to connect as many individuals and organisations as we can in a single day. Together we can do more, and shifts in our heads are quicker if the crowd is bigger," they said.

Let’s Do It, Kosova! Ta Pastromjė Kosovė! Hajde da to uradimo, Kosovo!

Author: 
Hilde L. Sandvik
Publication: 
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Prishtina
Country: 
Kosovo
Country: 
Norway
Description: 
The Norwegian Embassy is a proud supporter and sponsor of this initiative and will of course also take part on the day of the cleaning of Kosovo on May 24th. Ambassador Jan Braathu was also present at the opening of the event on March 15th and was impressed by the thorough initiative of the organization here in Kosovo. In his speech at the opening he highlighted the importance of focusing on our immediate, shared environment and surroundings.

These Slovenians are totally crazy!

Author: 
Nara Petrovič
Publication: 
Nara's blog
Country: 
Slovenia
Description: 
“We are some serious nuts!” blurted Aleš on the international e-chat, which took part among the volunteers of the “Let’s Do It World!” campaign in the beginning of 2010. “Yes. These Slovenians are totally crazy!” commented Stanislav from Serbia. Romanians, Portuguese, Estonians and Indians approved of the comment with the international intelligible replies: lol :-) ;o) …

Presentation of the project "to clean up Kosovo into a day"

Publication: 
Republika e Kosovës
Country: 
Kosovo
Description: 
Civic Initiatives Let's Do it Kosovo organized today in Prishtina a conference to launch the project "To clean up Kosovo into a day" which is also supported by the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning.

New cleanup campaign for Water Week 2012

Country: 
South Africa
Description: 
“A series of cleanups will sweep over the globe, touching all continents and bringing together millions of people who will be cleaning up their communities. In South Africa, Plastics|SA will be actively involved in the co-ordination of cleanup activities via our www.cleanup-SA.co.za website”, Steyn explains.

World Cleanup 2012 - I shall be there

Publication: 
Squidoo
Country: 
Slovenia
Description: 
I'm sure that by now you have all heard about this global action - World cleanup 2012. I'm sooooo excited about this! I definetely shall join and help to clean a little bit. And not just only me - also my whole family wiil participate.

Romania joins civic clean-up movement ‘Let’s Do It, World’ for third year in a row

Author: 
Irina Popescu
Publication: 
Romania Insider
Country: 
Romania
Description: 
Over 500,000 volunteers took part in the first two editions of ‘Let’s Do It, Romania’, in 2010 and 2011, and over 1.3 million bags of waste were collected. This year’s strategic objective is to increase the recycling rate to 30 percent of the number of bags collected, from a level of 26 percent in 2011, and 17 percent in 2010.