Satisfaction with what has been done so far and encouragement and trust for what Legambiente has in mind more and more to do in environmental volunteering were expressed by the president of the Tuscany Region and from president of Legambiente Toscana during the press conference to present the thirtieth edition of Let’s clean up the world which took place this morning, Saturday 17 September, at Palazzo Strozzi Sacrati, seat of the Presidency of the Regional Council.
The 2022 edition, dedicated to social and climate justice, has as its motto “For a climate of peace”. It will take place from Friday 30 September to Sunday 2 October.
The president of the Region highlighted that issues related to the environment and its protection affect and involve everyone, which is why the campaign Let’s clean up the world, which the Region has always adhered to, is considered one of the most important events in terms of environmental protection and raising awareness on these issues. The president, in highlighting the irreplaceable role of volunteers and environmentalists, also praised the contribution that scholars and experts offer each year who, with their commitment, set themselves the goal of spreading knowledge and cognition on issues of primary importance. importance for the future of the Earth.
The president of Legambiente Toscana, Fausto Ferruzza, in underlining that Let’s clean up the world is the oldest environmental awareness campaign in Italy, he specified that Tuscany holds the primacy of adhesions on a national basis to the campaign itself and that the Tuscans, historically, have always shown that they have highly at heart environmental issues and the protection of plurality of ecosystems present in the regional territory. This massive participation gives hope for an ever-increasing degree of awareness of the severity of the climate and environmental crisis in progress, of which unfortunately the event that took place in the Marches in recent days and the storms of August 18 are the last dismal testimony.
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