Clean Up the World Weekend

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Clean Up the World, Lanuched in 1993 in Australia, is a community based environmental campaign that inspires and empowers communities from every corner of the globe to clean up, fix up and conserve their environment.

Now in its 18th year, Clean Up the World, held in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), mobilises an estimated 35 million volunteers from 120 countries annually.

In 2010, the campaign's flagship event: Clean Up the World Weekend will be held from the 17-19 of September. This year, in support of the United Nation's 2010 International Year of Biodiversity, Clean Up the World focues on protecting biodiversity in local community – that's protecting the variety and wonder of your local nature.


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Fishing industries threatened by oil spill 

Environmental protection in China 

Russia to clean up waste in Arctic



• Clean Up the World volunteers safeguard biodiversity

• Millions unite for 'Clean up the World' campaign

• Coal ashes toxic problem:Greenpeace

• Classifying trash: what a waste

• UN: prevention key to tackling Africa's water pollution

• Clean-up bid for Yangtze set to begin

• Greening Yangtze, Acting Chongqing

• Water quality should be emphasized more

• HK Waste recycling program makes progress

Relate coverage:

• Dalian Oil Spill 

• International Year of Biodiversity

• World Water Week

• World Environmental Day


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