World Cleanup Day, celebrated on the third Saturday of September, is a global initiative that highlights the importance of a clean environment. The aim of the day is to encourage collective action to tackle the growing problem of waste and pollution. With millions of volunteers from different corners of the world coming together. This day has become a beacon of hope for a cleaner, more sustainable future.
On Saturday 16th September this year people from all over the world will be coming together to clean up their local beaches, parks, streets, and rivers. To participate in World Cleanup Day, you can join local events, volunteer groups, or even initiate your own cleanup initiatives with friends or family.
Share photos of your clean up on social media with the hashtags #WorldCleanupDay2023 #bigcleanupday2023 #trashherobkk #trashherothailand #POPMyanmar. To help spread awareness and inspire others to get involved.
This year Starboard is participating in 2 events for World Clean Up Day – one in Thailand and one in Myanmar.
BIG CLEAN UP BANGKOK, THAILAND
In Thailand, we are working with Trash Hero Bangkok to run the Big Cleanup Day event. Starting at Starboard HQ, Taco Lake Wakepark, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan.
BIG CLEAN UP NGAPALI, MYANMAR
In Myanmar, Ngapali Beach, Thandwe City In Rakhine State, together with the Plastic Offset Program Myanmar Team. The World Cleanup Day event will be held along the Ngapali beach. Through collective garbage collection and schools will participate in the World Cleanup Day event. By making environmental awareness programs for children
Why World Cleanup Day is Important:
The event shines a spotlight on the gravity of the waste crisis, helping to educate people about the consequences of improper waste disposal and encouraging them to adopt more responsible habits.
World Cleanup Day fosters a sense of community as people unite to clean up their neighborhoods, parks, beaches, and other public spaces. This collaboration not only beautifies the surroundings but also strengthens bonds among participants
By actively participating in cleaning up their surroundings. Individuals are more likely to internalize the importance of proper waste disposal and consider. The long-term impact of their actions on the environment.
The collective effort on World Cleanup Day can draw attention to the need for stricter environmental regulations and waste management policies, prompting governments and organizations to take action.
With events taking place in numerous countries, the cumulative effect of World Cleanup Day is immense. The combined cleanup efforts contribute to a reduction in waste and pollution worldwide, helping to mitigate the damaging effects on ecosystems and wildlife.
World Cleanup Day is a powerful reminder that even the smallest actions can make a significant impact. By taking part in this global movement, we contribute to a cleaner environment, stronger communities, and a healthier planet for generations to come. So mark your calendars for September 16th and let’s stand together for a cleaner world.