Geofrey Arinaitwe is president of Rotaract Club Muteesa 1 Royal University Kirumba, Uganda In 2022 he started many cleanup and awareness actions and education and he started cooperations with other Rotaract clubs in Uganda and abroad. Currently he runs the Youth for nature and empowerment initiative (CONYEI) with an objective to clean Lake Victoria. You…
Rotary International President Jennifer Jones visited Marbella on the 19th of March. During the President lunch Willem Falter, chair of Marbella-Guadalmina, the Ambassador Club of EndPlasticSoup in District 2203, presented a plaque at the occasion of the collaboration of Rotary EndPlasticSoup in Spain with Nacho Dean and his expedition:”La Espana Azul”. Michael Foltinger, Founding Club…
During the Ambassador Club meeting on 17th March, Fionn Ferreira has been recognized as Young Ambassador for EndPlasticSoup.
Like last year, the EndPlasticSoup Ambassador Club Nürnberg-Connect created a flyer on plastic fasting. Anyone can simply take part during Holy Week.
Prof Dr. Helmut Maurer new member Advisory Board Prof Dr. Helmut Maurer has joined the advisory board as the 8th member in March 2023. Prof. Maurer is an advocate, former principal administrator at the European Commission and was Senior Expert at the Directorate-General for Environment’s chemicals unit. Read more about his work.
World premiere! On World Women’s Day, March 8, the flag was handed over for the first Inner Wheel Club to support EndPlasticSoup. Inner Wheel Club Vriezenveen, a club with 40 members in the Netherlands made the start, who will follow? What is Inner Wheel? International Inner Wheel is one of the largest female service clubs…
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The Ocean Decade proclaimed by the United Nations has the goal of implementing transformative solutions for the protection and sustainable use of the ocean across disciplines and countries.
Rhine CleanUp has been cleaning up the banks of rivers since 2018 – initially on the Rhine from the source to the mouth, and now also on 21 other rivers. In the last few years they have been able to activate over 100,000 volunteers, who have collected over 1,000 tons of rubbish.
River Cleanup is a global network organization stopping plastic from reaching our oceans by cleaning rivers, changing behavior and transforming organizations.