Monday, September 3, 2012

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The campaign “Clean up the World – Clean up Georgia”
is starting on September 14, 2012
On 14-15-16 September an Annual Clean up International Campaign – “Clean Up the World”, is marked in a lot of countries of the world. It was established at the initiative of the United Nations Environmental Program in 1992. The campaign is carried out every September with about 130 countries participating in it. The 2012 World campaignmotto is: 
Our Country…. Our Planet… Our Responsibility
It is third time Georgia is participating in this action. The organizer of the campaign is a Non-governmental Consortium – Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the World Georgia and “EcoVision”, a Union for Sustainable Development which is carrying out its activities in the framework of the Project – “Clean Up Georgia – Raising of Public Awareness and Involvement in Solid Waste Management Improvement.
 On 14-15-16 September clean up actions will be organized by the Project local coordinators and carried out in Tbilisi and all self-governance cities and municipalities.
 Our appeal to you is to show your eagerness and join to 14-15-16 September clean up actions together with your colleagues, friends and family members, or choose polluted areas personally in your own environment and clean them up!
Remember, this is our responsibility!!!
Join us!
The Project is being implemented by the assistance of the Ministry of Environment and sida (Swedish International Development Agency) financial support.
Clean up Georgia Tbilisi Plan:
 Location N1 – Marneuli Street, Qvemo Ponichala, Right bank of Mtkvari River, Opposite of EmbaWood Enterprise, adjacent area of former Kamo factory; 14 September, 2012 at 07:30-12:00 pm.
 Location N2 – Vere Ravine, Mziuri Park; 15 September 2012, at 10:00 pm.
 Location N 3 - Digomi, Forest-park territory; 15 September, 2012, 11:00 pm.
 Location N 4 Tbilisi Sea adjacent area, 16 September, 2012, 11:00 pm.
 Location N 5 - Jvari Monastery adjacent area; 16 September, 2012, 12:00 pm.

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