Environmental clean-up on Saturday, 25 September, 2021, from 2:30 to 5:00 pm in 25 different countries simultaneously and in France in the Bois de Vincennes (Paris)





GAIA FIRST

The environmental NGO "GAIA FIRST" is based in Paris and is composed exclusively of volunteers. Its

team of active members are located in 25 different countries, working together to raise awareness and to

carry out concrete local actions on an international scale and simultaneously.

WORLDWIDE LOCAL ACTIONS

GAIA FIRST conducts clean-up initiatives in natural settings. Volunteers work to clean up forests,

beaches and other wild areas around the world. We then use social networks to share photos with our

global community and to do live feeds with groups in other countries during our operations.

“CLEAN-UP” IN THE BOIS DE VINCENNES

Our next cleanup in Paris is scheduled for Saturday, 25 September, 2021 from 2:30 to 5:00 PM (GMT+2)

in the Bois de Vincennes (Vincennes Forest). We would like this event to be publicized by the media in

order to inform the general public and those liable to join us for this cleanup.

GPGP PROJECT

Gaia First also has a large ocean clean-up project that consists of converting floating waste into green

energy, notably hydrogen: It is called the GPGP (Great Pacific Garbage Patch) Project. Our president,

Gianni Valenti, is invited to present this project at TEDx in Münster on 18 September 2021.

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