Let’s Do It Ghana observes World Cleanup Day

Accra, Sept. 18, GNA –Let’s Do It Ghana, an environmental NGO and its partners have undertaken a four-hour beach clean-up exercise at Laboma Beach in Accra to commemorate the 2023 World Cleanup Day.

About 700 people took part in the exercise in partnership with Pernod Ricard Ghana, Street Sense Organisation, CMA/CGM Ghana, Ghana Recycling Initiative by Private Enterprise (GRIPE-AGI), Ghana Wildlife Society, and Ecozoil.

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World Cleanup Day receives UN SDG Action Awards Ceremony in Rome

World Cleanup Day receives UN SDG Action Awards Ceremony in RomeFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rome, July 24, 2023

In a momentous recognition of its profound impact on global environmental sustainability, World Cleanup Day (WCD) has been honored with a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG) Action Award for Mobilization. The remarkable achievement was celebrated at the UN SDG Action Awards Ceremony, held in Rome on July 24, 2023.

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World Cleanup Day 2023 kicked off at the European Parliament

World Cleanup Day 2023 kicked off at the European Parliament lets do it Ghana 1Brussels, Belgium, June 7th 2023: World Cleanup Day 2023 kick-off event at the European Parliament on June 6th focused on circular economy and the role of civil society movements and individual action in promoting responsible resource use. Notable speakers included Roberta Metsola (President of the European Parliament), Marion Walsmann (Member of the European Parliament), Holger Holland (EU Climate Pact Ambassador and European Director of Let's Do It World), and Heidi Solba (Let's Do It World President and Head of Global Network).

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Organisations launch plastic dustbins to reduce pollution

Let’s Do It Ghana and BorlaPlast, environmental non-profit organisations have jointly launched the distribution of plastic dustbins at Nima-Maamobi in Accra.

The dustbins, which would be distributed to community members, form part of Let’s Do It! Ghana’s Community for Plastic Reduction and Recycling Project.

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Plastic wastes remain global menace

Disposable plastic wastes continue to be a global menace for both governments and nongovernmental actors handling waste.

It is estimated that every year, over eight million tons of single-use plastic waste end up in the oceans causing harm to marine species and the environment.

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