24.02.2011 - 01:00
Let's do it! team in Brazil has started to prepare first cleanups in the country's biggest cities. The first two Limpa Brazil cleanups will be taking place on 6th of June 2011 inRio de Janeiro andBrasília, moving on to cover 12 other bigger cities by the end of 2011. The team is not timid in setting their goals - planning to engage at least50 000 people in each city.
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24.02.2011 - 01:00
From all countries in the world India seems to be the last one for clean-up initiatives, but by thinking so, you are doing a big mistake. People leading Let's do it! initiatives in New Delhi and other regions in India, have done it already and engaged altogether 50 000 volunteers in the cleanups during last year.
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24.02.2011 - 01:00
How does your dream world look like - all green and clean, blooming and beautiful? Now it's time to stop dreaming and start doing. We are calling people from all parts of the world to join in for the World Cleanup 2012. Initiate a cleanup in your home country or help us spread the word to your people and let's make this planet clean and beautiful again. 
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12.11.2010 - 01:00
Francisco Moura from Limpar Portugal team is sharing good news - they won Green Project Award for their work in organizing the clean-up in Portugal.
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12.11.2010 - 01:00
Team working on the Ukrainian Let's Do It! clean-up action is looking back at the last clean-up which took place on 25th of September in Kyiv and is making already bigger plans for the future. In their own words..
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06.10.2010 - 00:00
Frustrated with litter in her neighborhood in Haaga, western Helsinki, Kaisa-Sofia Häyhtiö, 8, decided to act and organized a cleanup on Sunday September 26th. „I just got fed up with the trash and thought that if people won´t clean up after themselves, someone else has to“, says Kaisa-Sofia.
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06.10.2010 - 00:00
Schumpeter blog: Two cyber-gurus take a second look at how the internet is changing the world
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30.09.2010 - 00:00
President of Slovenia, Danilo Türk gave the associaton Ecologists Without Borders the Order of Merit for their work in organising the country-wide cleanup in Slovenia.Here is a video interview from the event with president Danilo Türk and Petra Matos from Slovenian team. In case you don't understand Slovenian, below is a translation made by Nara.
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29.09.2010 - 00:00
Maybe you wonder how did Let's do it Romania go? Here is how Nara Petrovič, a "neutral" observer from Slovenia has experienced the magnificent cleanup day ...7:00
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