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Paulina from Mexico is the new Youth Global President

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The youth of Plant-for-the-Planet have made their choice and we are happy to present the 14 members of the newly elected Youth Global Board 2015/16. The members represent the 8 world regions Die Mitglieder vertreten die 8 Weltregionen China, Europe, India, Latin America and the Caribb...

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Plant-for-the-Planet Youth Summit 2015

Sunday, May 24, 2015

The international Plant-for-the-Planet Youth Summit at the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing has started on 20th May with 88 participants from 23 different countries. The Youth Summit kicked off with a Press Conference at the „Presse Club München“. The statements to the press we...

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Youth Summit 2015

Thursday, May 21, 2015

See here the Welcome Message of Achim Steiner for the Youth Summit 2015 today!!  

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Lucknow girl heads for Germany event

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Yugratna was the youngest ever to address the United Nations General Assembly at the climate change in New York in 2009, when she was 13-year-old. Speaking to TOI, Yugratna said, "We will be framing a statement for G7 Summit, on behalf of young generation which focuses on maintaining the two...

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Planet 21 by Sofitel Krabi, an inspiring initiative for sustainable development

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The renowned hotel group has made 21 commitments to change production and consumption patterns with the goal of protecting our planet, its people and their environment. One such initiative is “Plant for the Planet” which shows Accor’s commitment to sustainable development. Guests...

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Planting trees in the Moltkepark

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Planting trees in the Moltkepark   Three of the grade 5 studens of the bilingual SBW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL RUHR in Essen, which were Plant-for-the-Planet ambassadors aswell, have planted eleven trees in the Moltkepark on May 12th. The event has been realised as part of their exhibition...

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