During the International Rotary Convention in Hamburg, there will be a lot of attention for EndPlasticSoup promotions. At this convention, we will be present with a stand. Furthermore, of course we will also go out on the water on the 1st of June: from 5pm to 6pm at the Binnenalster in Hamburg.
Join us in Hamburg Center at the Jungfernstieg – Binnenalster Lakefront for the End Plastic Soup initiative
A Rotary Amsterdam & Hamburg Lakefront Breakout action
Saturday 1st June 5 pm – 6 pm
10 minutes from the Convention center: Public transport: U Bahn, Bus or Train (S-Bahn), stop at Jungfernstieg, you will find the Rotary Pavilions in front of you at the lakeside.
The Plastic Soup is the plastic waste that ends up in our oceans, rivers, waters, beaches, forests, landfills and in our city parks and streets. It causes a major problem for our planet as plastic does not disappear but just gets smaller and causes problems for all living beings.
The End Plastic Soup initiative of Rotary Clubs of Amsterdam wants to energize Rotarians worldwide to tackle this huge issue. Making solutions known and available, and we invite all of you to be part of this initiative. Creating awareness, setting up local actions, connecting Rotarians and other activists internationally, and across generations. Using our network to have a real impact and make the required changes to prevent plastic waste in nature and remove plastic from our environment.
Jointly with our Rotary Director Peter Iblher, our President of RotarAct Europe Ben Pinten, WASRAG and ESRAG board members, District Governors and Presidents of over 60 Clubs we invite you to join us for the Biggest Plastic Pricking and Fishing event.
At the same time we collect caps and bottles for the successful German Rotary action ‘Deckel Drauf’ to raise funds for End Polio Now and making the connection to Rotary’s biggest achievement in history. https://deckel-gegen-polio.de/
When: Saturday 1st June 5 pm to 6 pm
Where: At the Jungfernstieg (stop of all public transport lines) in Hamburg center at the Lakefront of the Binnenalster.