World Cleanup Day – 15 September 2018

World Cleanup Day grew out of a spontaneous national initiative in Estonia, Europe, in 2008 when 4% of the country’s population came together to clean up the entire country in just five hours.The cleanup was carried out by volunteers and saved the Estonian government millions of euros.The success of the Estonian cleanup spread across the…
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National Arbor Week in South Africa – 1-7 September 2018

National Arbor Week in South Africa - 1-7 September 2018 National Arbor Week is a time when South Africans of all ages celebrate the beauty and importance of trees and thousands are educated and made aware of the benefits of the many different aspects of forestry. For the sake of simplification, the term ‘forestry’ is divided…
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World Population Day – 11 July

How many people can our planet sustain? What is their relation to the environment and development? How does an over-populated earth affect human rights? These are the questions pondered on World Population Day, which is held annually on 11 July. You may not have heard of such a day before but it has been celebrated…
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World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought – 17 June

By 2025, 1,8 billion people will experience water scarcity, and two thirds of the world will be living under water-stressed conditions. “This is a scenario that should make us think long and hard about how we as the chemical industry deal with water and how we can assist in fighting ‘aridification’ (or the drying out…
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