TomorrowNeverComesActNow-2024 - Act Now

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5th Edition of World's Longest and Largest Environment Online Event

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125+ countries, 500+ speakers
50000+ participants, 2000000+ reach

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Dedicated to World Environment Day on 5 June 2024, the event brings to our focus yet another folly of our pooled greed and indiscretion. Unthoughtful actions of mankind have badly bruised our planet. The climate emergency, the loss of nature and deadly pollution threaten to destroy our homes and eliminate many of the millions of species that share this beautiful planet with us. Our lives, our peace, our well-being is threatened like never before. But this degradation is not inevitable. We have the power and the knowledge to reverse the harm and restore the Earth- if we Act Now!

Act Now to step up global efforts for #GenerationRestoration and to help address triple planetary crisis: climate, pollution and biodiversity loss.

Act Now brings to you 5th edition  of  World's  Largest  and  Longest  Environment Online Event, 24-hours Non-Stop, on 4th-5th June 2024. The event gathers together organizations and individuals from the world over to present their climate actions, share their insights, and generate awareness about how we are geared towards restoration of our environment, and for taking care of the only planet we know!

Act Now has organized this event with Environment Online (ENO), Finland, Treebuddy.Earth, Finland, The POP Movement, USA, World Sustainable Development Forum (WSDF), USA, Plant and Care for Peace (Pacfpeace), Finland, The Shri Ram Universal School, Greater Noida, Glamanand, India, Envirate, Finland, Nature Education Society of Taiwan (NEST), Taiwan, and SIQA, Georgia

You are invited to add your voice, commitments and actions - REGISTER NOW!

Starts: 4th June 1200 IST | 06:30 UTC   Ends: 5th June 1200 IST | 06:30 UTC Platform Zoom-By Invitation
Find us on: FB, Insta, Twitter, Youtube, LinkedIn @actnoworgin #actnoworgin

#Generationrestoration #TomorrowNeverComesActNow #OurLandOurFuture #ActNowOrgin
Tim Christphersen, United Nations Environment Programme
Erik Solheim, The Sixth and former UN Environment Executive Director and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
Inger Andersen, Ex. Director, UNEP
Natalia Alekseeva, Coordinator, UN Decade on Ecosystem
Mathis Wackernagel, President of Global Footprint
Susan Gardner, Director, Ecosystems Division, UNEP
Dr Niall McCann, National Geographic Explorer
Destiny Wagner, Miss Earth 2021
Licypriya Kangujam in #OnlyOneEarthActNow organized by Act Now
Nigel Topping, High Level Champion for Climate Action COP26
Pekka Haavisto, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Finland
All participants will receive an International Certificate
(Select few participants and entries may be featured during the event.)
(Check with your national coordinator if there are any special awards in your country)

STEP 1-Complete all THREE STEPS to receive your International Certificate:

1. Register for the event: Click here to register
2. Carry out ANY TWO/THREE of the following:
(Under-age children, not legally entitled for social media accounts, can use their parent’s ID.)
Visit Facebook and LIKE:
Visit Instagram and FOLLOW:
Visit Twitter and FOLLOW:
Visit YouTube and SUBSCRIBE:

STEP 2-Choose and carry out ONE or MORE activity given below:

1. Mention your name, age, and name of school/college (if studying) clearly on all submissions.
2. Publish your entries on your Social Media Accounts (Under-age children, not legally entitled for social media accounts, can use their parent’s ID) using following hashtags:
3. Click Here to Download  posters for your climate action and other event resources here.
1. Our Land Our Future (Land Conservation Storytelling): Create short stories,  poems, or essays that explore the importance of land conservation and its impact on our future. They can reflect on topics such as protecting natural habitats, preserving biodiversity, and sustainable land management practices.
2. Poster Design: Create a poster illustrating World Environment Day 2024 Theme, “Our Land Our Future”
3. Short Film Competition: Create a short film (1-3 minutes) highlighting environmental issues and potential solutions.
4. Nature Photography Contest: Submit 1-2 photographs of local flora, fauna, or landscapes, emphasizing the beauty and importance of nature.
5. Environmental Poetry: Write and submit an original poem inspired by nature and environmental conservation.
6. Recycled Sculpture: Create a sculpture using only recycled materials, showcasing creativity while promoting   recycling.
7. Environmental Storytelling: Write and submit short stories or essays about environmental   conservation, biodiversity, or the impact of climate change.
8. Earth-themed Dance or Music Performance: Choreograph a dance or compose a piece of music inspired by the Earth, its beauty, and the need for environmental stewardship.
9. Virtual Eco-Tour: Participants can create a virtual tour of an eco-friendly location, showcasing its sustainable features and promoting responsible tourism.
10. Community Clean-up Campaign: Organize or participate in a local   clean-up event, documenting their efforts through photos or videos and   sharing the impact they've made on the environment.
11. Climate Change Art Challenge: Create artwork that depicts the impacts of climate change on communities, ecosystems, or wildlife, as well as potential solutions for mitigating its effects.
12. Eco-Friendly Fancy Dress: Showcase eco-friendly clothing or accessories made from sustainable materials or upcycled fabrics.   They can model their creations and share the stories behind their designs.

STEP 3-FINALLY email your entries:

: Act Now
: Environment Online, Treebuddy.Earth, Pacfpeace, The Sri Ram Universal School,
 Glamanand,  Envirate, NEST, The POP Movement, WSDF, SIQA
Event Title
: #TomorrowNeverCpmesActNow
: 4 June 2024, 12:00 IST | 06:30 UTC
: 5 June 2024 12:00 IST | 06:30 UTC
: Zoom
Live on YouTube
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