Ready to meet with other environmentalists?
Starting today, the 27th until Saturday the 30th January, the Let's Do It World Conference welcomes delegates and over 60 speakers to the annual meetup of environmentalists, activists, scientists, and representatives of all three sectors who share a common vision of a clean and healthy planet. If you haven't registered yet, please do so here.
Speakers of the conference will cover topics from the latest science behind environmental issues to practical solutions of creating a waste-free future for our planet.
Dr. Miriam Weber, Marine Biologist and researcher, presents the No-Trash Triangle Initiative protecting the Coral Triangle from plastic pollution. Dr. Anna Grichting will talk about the change needed in systems for creating a Regenerative Blue Planet. Rainer Pesti, from the Swedish waste management company, Ragn Sells, will shed light on the biggest circular economy project in North of Europe. Külliki Kesa will introduce how packaging design can act as a tool for meaningful interactions among the value chain stakeholders. The conference has the pleasure to welcome back Gerry McGovern, who will discuss the latest developments in green IT and the problem of digital waste awareness.
The conference program also welcomes representatives from Earth Day Network, WePlog, Surfriders Coalition, Unwaste.io, the Netherlands Embassy, Good Deeds Day, EU Beach Cleanup, and many others.
The full program is available here.
The moderator of the Conference is Colm Flynn, opening remarks will be given by the Minister of Environment & Forestry of Indonesia, Ir. Siti Nurbaya Bakar. The Conference is hosted by Let's Do It Indonesia, from Jakarta, Indonesia.