Tallink ships sound their horns in support of Let’s Do It! Mediterranean action

On Saturday, 29 June as a joint effort involving Tallink and the Let’s Do It! Foundation, Tallink ships sailing in the Baltic Sea sounded their horns to draw attention to the big clean-up event to take place this coming year on the Mediterranean.

BLOG: Vesuvius National Park gets a fresh look

Vincenzo CapassoVincenzo Capasso, the organizer of Let’s Do It!

Volunteers in 11 countries have chosen to clean up illegal garbage this May

The civic led worldwide action Let’s do It! World Cleanup has reached already over 100 countries and over eight million volunteers have been involved in cleaning actions all over the world. In May, eight countries have already had cleanup days and three more are about to join in the coming days.

Clean Across Nova Scotia volunteers tidy up HRM

Date: 
Tue, 23/04/2013
Author: 
Chris Muise
Publication: 
The Chronicle Herald
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
If your neighborhood seemed a bit more pleasant this past Sunday morning, don't chalk it up to good weather alone — your streets and sidewalks may have been scoured by your friends and neighbours as part of Clean Across Nova Scotia.

Bulgaria President to join Let's Clean Bulgaria for One Day campaign

Date: 
Sat, 20/04/2013
Publication: 
FOCUS Information Agency
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev and officers with the President’s Administration will join the Let's Clean Bulgaria for One Day campaign for a second year in a row, the press centre of the President’s Office announced.

The campaign "Let's Clean Bulgaria in one day" was more successful than last year

Date: 
Sun, 21/04/2013
Publication: 
BG Daily News
Country: 
Bulgaria
Description: 
Volunteers in the campaign "Let's Clean Bulgaria in one day" this year are more active than 2012. Last year the big cleaning took a little more than 323,000 organized volunteers now they are more than 358,000.

Q &A with Clean Across Nova Scotia's Neil Bailey

Date: 
Thu, 18/04/2013
Author: 
Miles Howe
Publication: 
Halifax Media co-op
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
The great Clean Across Nova Scotia initiative is taking place this Friday and Saturday, with cleanups scheduled clear across the province. Neil Bailey, on staff at Clean Nova Scotia, has been preparing for this weekend for the last year. With over 14,000 registered participants, the event looks to be geared towards huge success. I caught up with Neil on the eve of the big weekend.

Thousands sign up for Nova Scotia cleanup

Date: 
Tue, 16/04/2013
Publication: 
Metro News
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
More than 14,000 people have registered for a two-day event aimed at cleaning up litter across Nova Scotia.

Clean Across Nova Scotia teams pitch in this weekend

Date: 
Wed, 17/04/2013
Author: 
Luke Orrell
Publication: 
The Chronicle Herald
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
Nova Scotia may look a little cleaner this weekend, or will at least make Oscar the Grouch a happy camper. Clean Across Nova Scotia is a two-day provincewide cleanup beginning this Friday and continuing until Saturday. The event is organized by Clean Nova Scotia, a non-profit environmental organization. It is also part of the global initiative Let’s do it! World Cleanup.

Thorburn youth, poster boy for Clean Nova Scotia

Date: 
Fri, 15/03/2013
Publication: 
NG News
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
As Clean Nova Scotia representatives will attest, Hunter has been diligently cleaning up his neighbourhood for two years and followed his passion to Adopt-a-Highway this past year. Though he was 13 years too early to adopt one himself he recruited his parents and encourages others in his community to get involved in the cleaning effort as well.

Morning News Halifax: Spring cleaning Nova Scotia

Date: 
Mon, 08/04/2013
Publication: 
Global News
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
Clean Across Nova Scotia is a project to pick up trash around the province. Neil Bailey talks about the community-based environmental project.

Don't treat Nova Scotia as your personal trash can

Date: 
Thu, 11/04/2013
Author: 
Neil Bailey
Publication: 
The Coast
Country: 
Canada
Description: 
"I can't believe that people litter like this." I've heard variations on this phrase repeated so many times. Sometimes by people who are angry at 'litterers' (as if they were some definitive sub-class of humans). Other times by folks who are genuinely confused by the lack of care that others show for their surroundings. And every time I hear it, I think: Believe it. It's been happening your whole life.

Mysore does it, collects 191 lorries of garbage

Date: 
Sun, 17/03/2013
Publication: 
Deccan Chronicle
Country: 
India
Description: 
Over 30,000 citizens of Mysore from different walks of life came together on Sunday to be part of the “Let’s do it!” movement and cleaned up the entire city in just four to five hours. Surprisingly, by noon, they managed to collect 191 truckloads of garbage strewn all across the city including the roads and open spaces.

Vincenzo Capasso talking about Clean World Conference to Radio24 Italy

Date: 
Sat, 02/02/2013
Publication: 
Radio24 – Il Sole24ORE
Country: 
Italy
Description: 
Sempre a proposito di ambiente, a Tallin si sta tenendo una conferenza internazionale, legata al movimento "Let’s do it", con l’idea di confrontarsi per trovare soluzioni alternative ridurre la produzione di scarti e rifiuti in tutta Europa. Vincenzo Capasso, coordinatore di "Let’s do it" Italy, per parlare della conferenza e delle iniziativa in Italia.

'Let's do it Belgium!' lanceert zwerfvuilactie op 16 en 17 maart 2013

Date: 
Sun, 09/12/2012
Publication: 
vvsg
Country: 
Belgium
Description: 
In het weekend van 16 en 17 maart 2013 wordt de nationale zwerfvuilactie ‘Let’s do it Belgium!’ georganiseerd. Gemeenten en afvalintercommunales kunnen ‘Let’s do it Belgium’ ondersteunen en zo hun eigen zwerfvuilacties meer zichtbaarheid geven. Ze kunnen ook rekenen op extra materiële ondersteuning vanuit het ‘indevuilbak’-initiatief.