World Cleanup Day in Stories

How to reduce waste in the ocean top levels
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How to reduce waste in the ocean top levels
#WASTE
#Ecomanagament
#Globalissues
#ocean
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What impact do we have as a species in keeping the world clean?
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What impact do we have as a species in keeping the world clean?
#WASTE
#Ecomanagament
#Globalissues
#ocean
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How to reduce waste in the ocean top levels
#WASTE
#Ecomanagament
#Globalissues
#ocean
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How to reduce waste in the ocean top levels
#WASTE
#Ecomanagament
#Globalissues
#ocean
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How to reduce waste in the ocean top levels
#WASTE
#Ecomanagament
#Globalissues
#ocean
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8 Surprisingly Unsustainable Things around You
It’s no secret that plastic bags are bad for the environment. But what about chewing gum? Or candles? Read on to find out what unsustainable things surround you every day.
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Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid participated in a World Cleanup Day pre-event in Nairobi, Kenya
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Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid, who was in Kenya for a three-day state visit, participated in a World Cleanup Day pre-event in Mitchuki park, Nairobi on 10th of September together with the president of Let´s Do It World Heidi Solba and Executive Director of Let´s Do It World Anneli Ohvril.
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Take Home Food, not Trash
Get the ultimate guide to sustainable grocery shopping! Learn how and where you can buy food that produces less waste.
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All You Should Know About Recycling
Recycling is not rocket science, but you should learn some basic rules. Get the guidelines for your local area and improve your skills.
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Zero Waste Student Activities on Earth Day
Students, celebrate Earth Day zero waste style! Choose an activity to do for the environment on 22 April, whether at university or at home.
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TOP 5 Mistakes Beginners Usually Make when Going Zero Waste
Avoid the 5 most common mistakes almost every beginner makes. Let your zero waste lifestyle start without a hitch!
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Zero Waste Journey: Let’s Start Together
Join us in learning how to go zero waste! In this article, we will clear up the main principles of a zero waste lifestyle, so you can apply them asap and begin waste-free living.
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International humanitarian project Let’s do it Ukraine SOS
Let’s do it Ukraine SOS assists to provide food, hygiene and basic medicine as well as humanitarian aid during the crisis from abroad.
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Digital Cleanup Day 2022 engaged people in 124 countries to tackle climate change
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Digital Cleanup was in focus on 19 March 2022 and we already have some remarkable results to share.
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Let’s Do It World's Global Ambassador Kristjan Järvi's concert to support Ukraine
Let’s Do It World's Global Ambassador Kristjan Järvi is giving a live-streamed performance on Saturday, 26 March
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Standing with humanity
​​As Ukrainians are up against one of the most serious threats in recent history to their nation’s existence, we have to come together to aid innocent people in this crisis.
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Digital Cleanup Day is on 19 March 2022
Let's Do It World invites individuals and organisations to reduce their carbon footprint and stop climate warming.
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Let's Do It World conference attracted over 1000 participants
Let's Do It World's Annual Clean Conference with 63 international speakers was held from 27 to 30 January 2022.
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#FlipTheScript and tell a new story that shapes a new reality
Let´s Do It World has joined the UN SDG campaign #FlipTheScript also in 2022. This is the year we must change the story and set the world on a course towards sustainability.
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Let's Do It World's Annual Report for 2021 released
LDIW's Annual Report 2021 summarizes another year of events, programs, and projects with the mission to create a waste-free world.
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SEEP is expanding in Africa
Sustainable Environmental Educational Program with its digital platform will be launched by Let's Do It World in Namibia and other African countries.
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Freshly elected Board of Let's Do It World
LDIW new Board of Directors was elected for 2022-2024 during the annual Clean Conference in January.
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Digital Cleanup Challenge was launched at EXPO Dubai 2020
On January 11th Digital Cleanup Challenge was launched and introduced at the Expo by Kersti Kaljulaid (former president of Estonia), Daniel Schaer (Commissioner General), and Heidi Solba (President of Let’s Do It World).
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Let’s Do It World is an Accredited Member of the United Nations Environment Assembly
Let’s Do It World is an Accredited Member of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) of UNEP. Let’s Do It World has achieved an observer status to the Assembly and its subsidiary bodies.
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The world is changed by volunteering
Thank you to the 8.5 Million volunteers who took part in World Cleanup Day this year and made a positive impact on their communities and the environment.
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Ursula von der Leyen is the Patron of World Cleanup Day 2021
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The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, will be the patron of this year's World Cleanup Day on September 18, 2021. “I am very proud to be the patron of World Cleanup Day. We need to change the way we treat our planet, be more mindful of its resources and preserve its biodiversity. Everyone and anyone can contribute to this,” said the President.
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New record beat: over 190 countries and territories participated in World Cleanup Day 2021
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Millions of people from 191 countries have gathered to clean up their communities on 18th September for World Cleanup Day.
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You only need a great spirit to change the world. Meet Faatiha!
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Faatiha Aayat, a Bangladeshi fifth-grader has started her campaign in collaboration with UNDP Bangladesh against plastic waste on World Cleanup Day.
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Let’s do it World won the 2021 UN-Habitat Scroll of Honour Award
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Let's Do It World won this year’s UN-Habitat Scroll of Honour award, one of the world’s most prestigious prizes presented to those working on sustainable urbanization for organizing three World Cleanup Days (WCD) to tackle the global waste crisis and reduce carbon emissions.
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Short stories from Malaysia, Singapore, Benin and China
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Here are some of the stories from different countries from World Cleanup Day events all over the world.
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Latvia is planting trees for a cleaner world
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Latvians traditionally do big country wide cleanup events in the springtime and participate in the World Cleanup Day by planting trees. 
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World Cleanup Day Held on Saturday
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Millions of people from up to 180 countries have pledged to participate in the fourth World Cleanup Day held on Saturday, September 18. A 24-hour green wave of cleanups, socially distanced and safe, is stretched across the planet beginning in Fiji and ending in Hawaii.
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The song What World Will Be Left Us? by the Estonian band Naised Köögis (the Women in the Kitchen) has been dedicated to World Cleanup Day
The song What World Will Be Left Us? by the Estonian band Naised Köögis (the Women in the Kitchen) has been dedicated to World Cleanup Day.
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Royal HaskoningDHV partners with World Cleanup Day
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Royal HaskoningDHV, a global consultancy joins the actions of World Cleanup Day with its 6000 employees in more than 30 countries.
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Let’s Do It World presents: We Are Smart
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The Let's Do It World movement and pop duo from the Netherlands, Nylon Six share a mission: to motivate and unite people to clean up our planet. "We Are Smart" is a specially written pop song, dedicated to World Cleanup Day 2021, meant to inspire people to clean up litter and to do things differently. It’s time for action!
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Tyres on your feet – reducing waste, changing production
A waste-free world requires no production of waste, so years of research have found the ideal solution to be a circular economy. One of the principles of which is to design waste out of the system. In today’s world of glorifying consumption, this often seems like a completely impossible mission. But it is not impossible.
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“Less blah blah blah and more action”
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 clean-up day was the most successful so far in Germany, with 1,300 clean-ups in total across the country. The participation more than doubled – from 36,000 people in 2019 to over 83,000 last year.
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Let’s Do It Kenya and Trashpocket to launch a solution against cigarette butt littering
Let’s Do It Kenya is always seeking new ways to implement global ideas at the local level. The TrashPockets campaign is a timely intervention for Kenya, as the country is implementing the plastic bags ban, and for the LDI Kenya, cigarette butts are the next frontier. 
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How can you start Trash Hacking your life?
With the Trash Hack campaign, UNESCO has collaborated with World Cleanup Day to inspire you through the stories of six young leaders who have Trash Hacked their lives and engaged their communities in the fight against waste.
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Fixing cracks in Tanzania’s waste system
Olarip Tomito, a youth activist dedicated to the fight against waste in Tanzania, gives his advice on mapping and “plogging”, emphasizing the importance of community involvement.
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Rethinking, reducing and reusing in our offices
We are used to thinking that it is for each and every one of us to change the world through our individual actions.
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Tips on waste segregation from the biggest cleanup in the world
Sarah Maulina, an Environmental Engineering student from Indonesia, explains the reasons why segregating waste is crucial and explains how to do it in our homes!
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