Ian Bland, Swiss initiator of Let’s Do It! movement continues a fascinating retrospect on 1000-day plan brainstorming and discussions in Pädaste manor. Now fast-forward to the evening of Monday, 4th of February
The global family of Let's Do It! has met in Tallinn for the past two years, so that together we could get new energy and motivation for an upcoming cleanup year. It has made us all happy and proud to see that coming together can add so much value to all of us and help to grow the sense of network that is needed for changing the world.
Most of us have heard of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and know about the massive deforestration of the Amazonas rainforest. These are cases of large-scale ecosystem destruction, something that we can call Ecocide, killing our planet, our home.
The civic led worldwide action Let’s do It! World Cleanup, which brought more than 6 million volunteers to stand up against illegal trash last year, has become a tradition and movement is about to continue this year. In past weeks more than half a million people are estimated to have participated in the cleaning actions.
A civic-led international environmental movement Let’s Do It! is organizing a brainstorm in its birthland Estonia this week. From 29th until 31st of January about 60 experts are invited to participate in a brainstorm aimed to identify the key steps for international co-operation.