On September, 16, 2005 over 500 volunteers from Ubud and Bali's Gianyar Regencey will be joining an estimated 35 million people in over 120 countries worldwide to take part in Clean Up the World Weekend.Bali's Ubud Hotels Association is an official Member of Clean Up the World Ė one of the largest community based environmental campaigns in the world.
I Komang Kariyana of Ubud Hotels Association said, "We are proud to be part of a global organisation that unites millions of people to clean up their part of the world. Over the Weekend, our volunteers will be cleaning up rubbish from one of the most famous tourist sites in Ubud, the artistic and cultural heart of Bali."
"We hope we will have the support of as many people in the community as possible and urge everyone to join us at Monkey Forest at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 16th and help make Ubud a cleaner, healthier place to live," Kariyana continued.
Clean Up the World Founder and Chairman Ian Kiernan AO has sent a message of support to the local volunteers participating in Clean Up the World Weekend. "Volunteers from Ubud will join millions of people across the world . . . in a global effort to clean up, fix up and conserve the environment. Congratulations to Ubud Hotels Association for coordinating this event on a local level. With your support, we are proactively addressing the issue of rubbish in our environment."
From national clean up campaigns to recycling and water reuse projects, volunteers will take part a variety of environmental projects with year-round activities celebrated over the Clean Up the World Weekend, this year celebrated on 15 - 17 September.
The campaign in Ubud has been supported locally by Ubud Hotels association, PHRI Ubud, Alila Hotels and Resorts and Amandari..
In 2006, Clean Up the World is encouraging participants to pay particular attention to the state of the world's deserts and the contribution our actions can make to combat desertification. Members are encouraged to plant trees, implement energy and water conservation initiatives and remove rubbish from the environment as part of Clean Up the World Weekend, September 15-17, 2006.
Clean Up the World originated in Sydney, Australia in 1993 and is held in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The campaign brings together community groups, schools, governments, businesses and individuals to undertake activities to improve water quality, clean up local streets, parks, waterways and forests and educate children about the environment.
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