BSP's Go Green Ambassador Rachael Sapery James today launched the campaign and announced it is set to be bigger and better and that BSP teams will be out to promote the event so more schools and communities participate this year to help clean up the environment, particularly the streets that are getting filthier everyday.
It is dubbed to be the biggest clean up event of the year to be staged nationwide and in Fiji and Solomon Islands.
The annual Clean Up the World Days was launched in Port Moresby by mobilising youth ambassadors from City Mission, University of Papua New Guinea - final Year Biology Students along with Office of Climate Change and Development to help celebrate and launch with clean up activities around Port Moresby, Boroka Tabari Place, Waigani and down town Port Moresby with progression of Go Green Convoy promotional team supporting.
BSP's Go Green Team, Eco Ambassadors from BSP Branches across the city and Go Green Ambassador Ms James led the progression.
Go Green BSP is promoting people to "Don't Dump it, Bin It" for Clean Up the World this year. BSP is encouraging everyone to join forces, mobilise and come together to help clean up and fix up our beaches, parks, streets, neighborhoods, schools, workplace and communities for a cleaner and greener environment.
Last years Clean Up Campaign mobilised over 200,000 women, children, men and youths from all walks of life across Papua New Guinea and this year BSP Go Green is anticipating even bigger numbers. BSP is coordinating Clean Up the World Days across PNG, Solomon Islands and Fiji - all on the same days.
Clean Up the World Days marked this year are Friday 21st, September for Schools and Saturday 22nd September for Community Groups and Organisations. Claim the date now. Registrations are now open for schools and community groups to register to participate in this rewarding community initiative by BSP.
"Registrations will close by August the 17th. Everyone is encouraged to get in early and register your school or community group. You may register at your nearest branch otherwise visit BSP's website for details on BSP's Go Green Clean Up the World," Ms James said.
Go Green for Sustainability and register now to be part of the biggest environmental campaign to be coordinated across the South Pacific, BSP's Go Green annual Clean Up the World Days.