Handful of People Try to Revive Occupy Movement in Bulgaria

Publication: 
novinite.com
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Participants also symbolically took party in Saturday "Let's clean Bulgaria for one day" campaign, by cleaning out black and white photographs of popular current and recent Bulgarian politicians they brought to the park.

Bulgarians Try to Clean Country for 1 Day

Publication: 
novinite.com
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Thousands of Bulgarians across Bulgaria are going out Saturday on a campaign to clean rubbish from streets and parks. The campaign, initiated and supported by a network of public institutions, media and companies, attempts to raise awareness about problems with waste disposal.

Generali Bulgaria joined the nationwide campaign „Let’s Clean Bulgaria in One Day!”

Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
The ambition of the global movement "Let's Do It World!" is we all together to make the world a cleaner, more comfortable and greener place. For 4 years experience “To clean your country for one day" initiative is officially embraced by many countries.

Health Minister takes part in Let's Clean Bulgaria in One Day initiative

Publication: 
FOCUS News Agency
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Svilengrad. Minister of Healthcare Desislava Atanasova took part in Let's Clean Bulgaria in One Day initiative in the town of Sliven, press centre of the Ministry of Healthcare announced.

Roskapartiot lähtivät liikkeelle Pudasjärvellä

Author: 
Juhani Eskola
Publication: 
Kaleva.fi
Country: 
Finland
Description: 
Tahtotila oli kova, kun 500 kaupunkilaista lupautui ottamaan osaa kansainväliseen World cleanup -päivään.

Sara in Romania: Clean up, Clean up...Let's Do it Romania!

Author: 
Sara Hughlett
Publication: 
Sara in Romania
Country: 
Romania
Description: 
Today was the national clean-up day here in Romania-or "Let's Do it Romania" to be exact. Started in 2010, it's a day where almost every county in Romania gathers it's citizens to picks up trash.

Armenia has joined Let's do it movement. The nature of Armenia will be cleaned in one day

Author: 
Satenik Abrahamyan
Publication: 
EcoNews
Country: 
Armenia
Description: 
The founder of “Let’s do it” in Armenia is “Young Biologists Association” NGO, which in 2011 contacted to “Let’s do it” global movement’s representatives and suggested to organize such an event in Armenia. “More than 25 NGOs, schools, universities have joined us, we hope that the number will increase”, said the head of “Young Biologists Association”, and coordinator of “We Can” movement, Arsen Gasparyan.

President Ilves Cleared Brush as Part of “Let’s Do It!” Project

Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
President Toomas Hendrik Ilves took part in "Let's Do It!", the civic initiative to clean up one's locality, by helping to cut brush in the grounds of Abja High School in his home parish together with Luukas Ilves, his son.

Big Spring Clean supports global cleanup

Publication: 
Leicester City Council
Country: 
United Kingdom
Description: 
LEICESTER City Council's Big Spring Clean goes global this weekend as the city council teams up with volunteers from the Let's Do It! World Cleanup 2012 campaign. Around a dozen volunteers linked to Let's Do It! World will pick up litter and clear other street grot in the Fosse Road North area of the city.

Sustainable Urban Spaces: Four Lesser-Known Global Urban Sustainability Projects

Author: 
Ashley Halligan
Publication: 
ExtraEnvironmentalist
Country: 
Italy
Description: 
In September 2012, Naples will be one of 94 global cities to participate in World Cleanup 2012, with a focus on the devastated environment surrounding Mount Vesuvius, which has become the city’s dump for litter and industrial waste.

World Cleanup 2012

Author: 
Kevin Hagel
Publication: 
HagelBlog
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
It was a wonderful sunny day with enough clouds to keep the sunburn away, and windy enough to keep the bugs away. There were quite a few children, learning to volunteer with their parents. The people who are in charge of Poda were quite happy to see us, and very happy after the end of the day when they saw how much we had cleaned up.

ATP, Acopian Center Announce ‘Regardening of Eden’

Publication: 
The Armenian Weekly
Country: 
Armenia
Description: 
The final aspect of the “Regardening of Eden” partnership is the implementation of recycling and waste removal programs. ATP and ACE staff and local residents will organize clean-up activities in Margahovit village as part of the “Let’s do it! Armenia” campaign scheduled for Sept. 15.

Clean up World 2012 started in Slovenia

Author: 
Borut Tavcar
Publication: 
ThinkBrigade
Country: 
Slovenia
Description: 
For the second time since 2010, Clean Up Slovenia 2012 gathered 270,000 volunteers (that’s 15 per cent of the country’s population!). In Portugal they had the same aim, but only one per cent of the population there turned up to clean the rubbish dumped in nature and on the green patches in towns and cities. So far, 15 countries in the world have organised such one-day clean-ups.

Minister Krasniqi had a meeting with representatives of the initiative "Let's do it Kosova"

Country: 
Kosovo
Description: 
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, z.Memli Krasniqi, today met representatives of the initiative "Let's do it Kosova", project which main activity for environmental clearance will be on May 24, 2012. Minister has congratulated them for the initiative, calling it a shot too, and once offered the support of MCYS.

Thibeau Time: Clean Across Nova Scotia...the World

Author: 
John Thibeau
Publication: 
Thibeau Time
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
CNS new volunteer community clean up is part of a world wide, global movement to create a better world for us all. That global movement is called (you may have guessed it by now): Let's Do It!World Cleanup 2012. What is even more exciting is that Nova Scotia is not only the first Canadian province to get on board for this but it is also the ONLY Canadian province to commit to the great cleanup.