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Let's Clean Up Europe!

A European Spring Clean!
Let's Clean-Up Europe!
Let’s Clean-Up Europe!

Every year, millions of tonnes of litter end up in oceans, beaches, forests and elsewhere in nature. The primary causes of this littering issue are our society’s unsustainable production and consumption patterns, poor waste management strategies and a lack of awareness of citizens.

Do you want to be part of the solution?

Join the Let’s Clean-Up Europe! campaign

You have until 30 April 2017 to do it!

The Let’s Clean Up Europe campaign is active throughout all European Countries. For more information contact the the Coordinator responsible in your area.

See here the List of Let’s Clean-Up Europe Coordinators 2017!

If there is no Coordinator covering your territory you can join the Let’s Clean-Up Europe! campaign by registering your action here!

By implementing clean-up actions you contribute to solving the littering problem but you also raise awareness about the amount of waste produced, the importance of waste prevention and waste reduction! Clean-up actions can be implemented between 1 March and 30 June, every year, under the Let’s Clean-up Europe (LCUE) flag!

However our aim is to concentrate actions during the second weekend of May, namely from 12 to 14 May this year, in order to give a stronger voice and draw attention to the critical issues related to littering!

How to organise a clean-up action?

Download the latest LCUE infographic:

A European Spring Clean!
A European Spring Clean!

Come and join us!

Follow us on social media @LCUEofficial and @LetsCleanUpEU to get the latest updates and to see more inspiring ideas!

Check our Flickr account to see inspiring photos of the clean-up actions along the years!

Want to be a Coordinator?

You can download here the Criteria to Become a LCUE Coordinator! Or you can contact the Let’s Clean Up Europe Secretariat for further information:

AICA, the International Association for Environmental Communication

Contact: Francesca Davoli francesca.davoli(at)envi.info