Thailand
We will begin by writing up a mission and vision statement, as well as an impact goal. Then: - undergo a review of the current situation regarding the health and wellbeing of the elephants. - create and manage a mahout program empowering the mahouts to be support the conversation message the foundation - create business plan We expect it will take one year to create the foundational program
Portugal
Os objectivos deste projecto são: reciclar telemóveis; consciencializar o público para esta crise humana, animal e ambiental; e incentivar a propagação da campanha por todo o país.
United States
We will collect electronic devices during the month of February to show love for our environment, animals, and people of the world. It will be our Valentine gift to the planet and its inhabitants. Collection bins will be placed at the entrances of each classroom and letters to parents will be sent out to each family informing them of our project and how they can help. The total amount of the devices will be counted and recorded by the preschoolers. The devices collected will be sent for recycling the first part of March. Parents will received reminders and updates, as well as our final count through their weekly newsletters.
United States
We are extending our electronic cleaning project and continuing to encourage others in our community to do the same. It feels safe to say almost all of us have old flip cell phones and electronic handheld devices laying around our homes unused; so we are spreading the word through social media, the media (radio, newspaper and magazines), speaking engagements and schools and asking everyone to drop off unused electronics at our local library. We are already receiving a tremendous response for our size community due to the desire to protect the environment, help save the great apes and benefit the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute. The response by our community to take part in this project and make a difference is a great experience.
United States
We are "Spring Cleaning" our electronic lives and encouraging others in our community to do the same. It feels safe to say almost all of us have old flip cell phones and electronic handheld devices laying around our homes unused; so we are spreading the word through social media, the media (radio, newspaper and magazines), speaking engagements and schools and asking everyone to drop off unused electronics at our local library. We are already receiving a tremendous response for our size community due to the desire to protect the environment, help save the great apes and benefit the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute.