Clean World Day

 

 Friday, 8 November 2019

Kalevi Spordihall (Juhkentali 12)

 

Changing the world is a matter of habit!

Clean World Day is organized in collaboration with the Let’s Do It Foundation. Over the years they have mobilised 36 million positive-minded, action-orientated people in 169 countries. 

We present to you the underlying set of principles to plan, implement and promote sustainable strategies – The Keep It Clean Plan

Throughout the Clean World day, you have an opportunity to learn:

  • How to become sustainable with the practical steps and tools and have impact on the quality of your life.
  • Come and learn how to implement programs based on the Clean Up Day experience
  • Discover the possibility of sustainable business and empower yourself to impact the policy-making as an active citizen.

Keynote speakers of the day

Alberto Alemanno, 2015 Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum  http://albertoalemanno.eu.

Alberto empowers people to be every day lobbyists for the good cause they believe in and in the best meaning of the word, could be much more useful and refreshing. His performance will reveal how to understand what are valid arguments in any battle, how to choose them yourself and how to recognise greenwash.

See more about lobbying for change here.

Gunter Pauli, “The Steve Jobs of Sustainability” ,a man who has published over 20 books in +30 languages and sold over 17 million copies worldwide. Gunter Pauli, the father of The Blue Economy is now challenging the green movement that he has been part of: to do better, to do more. 

“We have to go beyond the green! Green is great, but not enough!” – so how to choose, what should be the first step towards doing buiness sustainably? Something that would be easy enough to want to try to do more, but meaningful enough to be impactful? See TEDx talk ON THE BLUE ECONOMY  here.

See more about Gunter Pauli from here: https://www.gunterpauli.com

In October 2007, a group of concerned Estonians came together to discuss the need to do something about the 10,000 tons of illegal waste, which had been dumped in the nature. An idea was born to organise a collective action day and clean it all up at once. The first Let’s Do It Clean Up Day took place in 2008 uniting over 4% of the country’s population and has grown ever since into a global movement. 

After 10 years, Let’s Do It has become more than just a cleanup initiative. By engaging millions of people to notice trash, time has come to embrace the opportunity and focus on ways how to eliminate waste from our economy and ensure efficient use of all resources. 

3rd of Estonia is covered with the trees that makes ecology and environment important assets of the country.

Estonia is ranked as 4th country with the cleanest air in the world

Overview of the Day’s program:

From World Cleanup Day to Keep It Clean Plan

Adressing some shocking myths and false solutions that are stopping real change from happening. – Ignorant and greenwashed marketing – Costly charity not CSR – Plastic vs biodegradable and more… This session will be a booster for the day, possibly infuriating many for breaking dogmas and raising underlying questions in the form of ‘if THIS is not right, then how?’ – all to be answered during the day.

Key note speaker: Alberto Alemanno

Alberto empowers people to be every day lobbyists for the good cause they believe in and in the best meaning of the word, could be much more useful and refreshing.

Key note speaker: Gunter Pauli

Gunter Pauli, “The Steve Jobs of Sustainability” “The Steve Jobs of Sustainability,” a man who has published over 20 books in +30 languages and sold over 17 million copies worldwide. 

An interactive session

The key disagreements between sectors on waste and can we overcome them? 

Lunch

Time to put some good food into our bellies.

Demo game with the audience

An interactive challenge with representatives from the audience teaming up to demo decision making in daily situations. The challenge includes revealing wastefulness of (business/consumption, policy, etc) decisions, the structure of impactful decision making, ‘means justifying the ends’ dilemmas, etc. Two teams aim to grow their personal benefit while having to collect maximum sustainability points.

Interview with JCI General Secretary Arrey Obenson

How did JCI assess the collaboration with World Cleanup Day and where will the collaboration take us in the future. JCI environmental initiatives, COC will at events. What are the reductions we are all in support of to be less wasteful

Clean World Award Ceremony

Time to celebrate our most ouststanding JCI members/chapters on World Cleanup Day

Closing

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