Registrations is now open for this year’s Clean Up the Cook Islands

The theme for this year is ‘Let’s do it world’ which is purely about cleaning up our oceans and for a cleaner and healthier waste free environment. We tackle the environmental challenges related to the mismanagement of waste by involving our community for a cleaner greener Cook Islands. 
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The National Environment Service is calling on volunteers around the country to be part of a global event. The Cook Islands event is part of a global World Clean-up Day comprising 191 countries, 60 million volunteers and 303,000 kg of waste collected previously.

NES staff will be leading this year’s Clean Up the Cook Islands activity for those within the community, schools, the public and private sectors on Rarotonga and the Pa Enua. NES will provide reusable sacks kindly donated by CITC and Prime Foods. 

The theme for this year is ‘Let’s do it world’ which is purely about cleaning up our oceans and for a cleaner and healthier waste free environment.
We tackle the environmental challenges related to the mismanagement of waste by involving our community for a cleaner greener Cook Islands. 

Registration forms can be found on here and for more information about the annual event, you can contact moana.tetauru@cookislands.gov.ck

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