London’s Clean and Green initiative launches 28th year

The City of London is back with an annual campaign aimed at making Forest City greener.

Community partners, volunteers and city staff gathered at Westminster Pond Center on Tuesday to launch the 28th annual London Clean and Green campaign, first launched in 1996.

The initiative promotes litter prevention with community-led cleanups across the city. Londoners attending the event will take part in “12 Days of Cleaning” before wrapping up with an annual 20-minute London Makeover, followed by a community-wide cleanup and Earthfest on 22 April.

“Clean and green London is about more than reducing waste and cleaning up. It helps bring Londoners together to support the environment, volunteer with neighbors and take action on climate change,” Mayor Josh Morgan said in a statement. said the statement.

Those wishing to participate can request bags and gloves from the city for cleanup.they are ok Request a curbside location for bagged trash Will be recycled by the city on Earth Day.

To avoid overlap, participants are encouraged to Schedule a cleanup location on the city’s website. Londoners can add their location on the map and invite people to their specific events.

To celebrate Earth Day, the second annual EarthFest in London takes place from 12pm to 5pm to promote environmental action and local organisations. EarthFest will take place in Dundas Square (near Wellington Street), within the London Public Library Central Branch and Citi Plaza.

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