Eestlaste eeskujul koristas tänavu oma riiki ligi kolm miljonit inimest

Author: 
Madis Filippov
Publication: 
Postimees
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
«Teeme ära!» rahvusvaheline projekt on «Let’s do it! World Cleanup 2012» egiidi all sel aastal toonud prügi koristama ligi kolm miljonit vabatahtlikku pea sajast riigist, kes on kokku ära koristanud enam kui 100 000 tonni prügi.

Tallinn, land of startups and Skype, is making an epic transformation

Author: 
Kalpana Sunder
Publication: 
Firstpost
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
--- I am impressed by their initiative called ‘Let’s do it. World Clean up Movement’ which is a litter clean up initiative started in Estonia. More than 80 countries participated in this initiative in 2012. ---

World on self-destructive path, says Paet

Publication: 
The Baltic Times
Description: 
Speaking at the UN Rio+20 Conference in Rio de Janeiro, [Estonian] Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said that in order to conserve our environment, we need to change our way of thinking, reports LETA. “It is essential that we don’t live beyond our means, particularly when it comes to using natural resources,” said Paet.

World Cleanup 2012, Rio de Janeiro, Ipanema

Author: 
Estonian Foreign Ministry
Publication: 
Flickr
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
On 19 June, a cleanup action born from the Estonian civic initiative “Let’s Do It!” took place in Rio de Janeiro as part of the UN Conference for Sustainable Development Rio+20. The purpose of the event was to introduce the world cleanup campaign “Let’s Do It World Cleanup 2012” to the delegations attending the Rio+20 conference.

Teeme ära 2012

Publication: 
YouTube
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
Video playlist for Let's do it! Estonia 2012 (Teeme Ära)

Civic Initiative Introduces Garbage Map

Author: 
Ott Tammik
Publication: 
ERR News
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
The Let's Do It team is once again calling upon Estonians to take the initiative, this time in mapping out the location of garbage in our communities.

President Ilves cut brush in school grounds as part of “Let’s Do It!”

Publication: 
Office of the President
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 Gymnasium in his home parish with Luukas Ilves, his son. The Head of State reminded that while four or five years ago the "Let's Do it!" initiative was something exceptional, it has now become natural for many people to clean up their localities at the beginning of May, making them look more beautiful.

Die Esten sagen dem Müll den Kampf an

Author: 
Thomas Mell
Publication: 
Neues Deutschland
Country: 
Germany
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
Eine internationale Kampagne versucht, Menschen dazu zu bewegen, den Müll in der eigenen Umgebung zu beseitigen. Wer hat‘s erfunden? Die Esten.

Foreign Ministry to Provide Organizational Support for 'Let's Do It' Abroad

Author: 
Kristopher Rikken
Publication: 
ERR News
Country: 
Estonia
Description: 
Foreign Minister Urmas Paet says his ministry will throw its weight behind promoting the Let's Do It project around the world, starting with an appearance at a sustainable development conference in Brazil.

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.