The European Wilderness Society joined the Global Waste Cleaning Network
We are happy to announce that last week, the European Wilderness Society joined the Global Waste Cleaning Network, to capitalise our work on sustainable waste management in this worldwide network. The mission of the network is to make the Earth’s oceans, coastlines, lands and atmosphere safe and healthy through the promotion of proper waste management practices, awareness raising activities and the contribution to the advancement of research in this field.
The Global Waste Cleaning Network is a fast growing organisation focused on environment protection and green energy. These topics are of serious importance to the habitants on planet Earth. They hold together a network of environment and energy companies, NGOs, and institutions, both private and public, which are active in environmental issues, and advocating carbon reduction and waste management of all kinds.
The Global Waste Cleaning Network is in particular dedicated to conserving and maintaining healthy oceans, coastlines, lands and the atmosphere for both people and nature. It supports environmental activities, showcases, connects and trains its network members, contributes to environmental debates, fosters environmental research, spreads environment related information, and fundraises for the environment.
Our environment, our future
Through research and conservation projects, clean-up campaigns, environmental education, and involvement and capacity building of a wide range of important stakeholders, the European Wilderness Society will take an important role within this network. As part of this community, we are eager to continue undertaking concrete steps for a healthier, cleaner Europe.
The global Waste Cleaning Network also operated an Environmental Network Research Center, that furthers environmental and efficient energy research activities. The mission of the research programs are to contribute to the advancement of research in waste management with the goal of conserving and maintaining healthy lands, coastlines and the atmosphere for both people and nature.
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