Rotary Sotra (N) in action

Tuesday, May 7th, we arranged a successful action: 25 Rotarians collected 400 kg. plastic in two hours. Mostly nylon rope in all forms and fashions, bits of fishing nets and industrial plastic bags and containers, all in various stages of decay. Much of it has evidently been there for decades, and was partly infiltrated in…

Fotoshoot Rotary.org

«People of Action» is the slogan under which Rotary International puts Rotary’s service idea on the map: «Rotary members share a unique passion for taking action to improve their communities and the world. Read these stories to see what happens when Rotarians take action to create lasting change ‘. See more at www.rotary.org/en/rotary-people-action for background…

Plastic monster

If there is a problem, fighting only the symptoms is not enough. The problem has to be faced, and that is what Break Free From Plastic has done with their new movement. This movement focuses on the plastic monster that destroys our planet. This sample originated, among other things, by companies where 90% of the…

Greenpeace against plastic

We invite you, together with Greenpeace, to tackle the plastic problem at the source. A number of large companies produce a monstrous amount of disposable plastic. Only together can we hold those companies accountable. We are looking for as many organizations as possible who want to speak with us! Do you also join? We will…

Joe Green – From trash to Cash

Would you throw away plastic if it is worth money? Probably not. With this in mind, Joe Green has set up his project, teaching people to convert worthless plastic waste into a valuable bag or wallet that generates an income. With the money earned, the bag- and wallet makers can bring food on the table…

Eco Bus America

The ‘Eco Bus America’ project is committed to education in the field of environmental problems, with the focus on the problems caused by the excessive use of plastic in our current society. The goal of this project is to create awareness about this among the people. Jorien Timmers wants to make adults and children aware…