During my travels I got to know the culture and the way of life of other communities, among these there are countries whose respect for the environment in which it lives is truly remarkable. Respect that unfortunately in Italy tends to be missing, often finding ourselves surrounded by disorder and trash not thrown in the right place.
Spending most of my days at the beach to train or just to have a coffee with friends, growing in me more and more the trouble of seeing children play on the beach with unfortunately close to them various materials, such as a lot of plastic plunged to itself, rejected by the tide or left there by some person with little interest to see our clean beaches.
One day I decided to inquire about the procedure to be followed to go to the beach with volunteers, like me, to clean it voluntarily, but the answer was that it is the task of the municipality and that a private could be fined if discovered by local authorities.
Instead of stopping me this statement made me take this decision forward and together with my closest friends we decided to organize it on Sunday 17 February.
This day I would like a chance to raise awareness and educate young people and adults to respect nature and the environment, to spread the knowledge on natural environments, to involve the local community in the project of protection, to raise awareness on environmental issues. a unique way to learn to our children Environmental education is also a tool for changing lifestyles, because it increases the awareness of children and young people and directly affects the families involved.
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