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Kiribati prepares for the World Clean Up Day

The Environment and Conservation Division of the Ministry of Environment Lands and Agricultural Development is making preparations to join the rest of the countries around the globe in the world clean up day. The World Clean Up Day will fall from the 16th – 18 of September 2016. Part of the plan for the preparation is to engage all government ministries, schools, Youth and Church Groups including NGOs and local communities in the clean up campaign and activities. They will be assigned with clean up sites and dates where they will go out and join hands with people around the globe in cleaning up the world.

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Environment and Conservation Division embarks to enforce littering at public places.

The Environment and Conservation Division (ECD) had embarked to enforce littering at public places following series of awareness and consultations to the general public on littering. Under the national environment legislation, littering at public places is an offence and carries a penalty fine ranging from $10.00 to $500.00. Anyone found or seen litter at public places will be issued with a penalty fine notice on the spot.

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