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2020-03-12 The Greens Movement of Georgia / Friends of the Earth Georgia Statement

In Georgia, due to the growing number of people suffering from an outbreak of coronavirus disease and a potential epidemic threat, the Greens Movement of Georgia / Friends of the Earth -Georgia renounce to carry out large-scale cleanup campaigns scheduled for March 22.
Bearing in mind, that a clean environment is one of the preventive measures of the expected epidemic, we urge you ...
Demonstrate your civic responsibility and conduct an individual cleaning of your place of residence and surrounding area on March 22.

2020-01-27 The award ceremony of the Contest "Clean Region" - 2019

The award ceremony of the Contest "Clean Region" 2019 took place in the premises of Tbilisi City Assembly. The event was organized by the Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth-Georgia with support of Tbilisi City Assembly and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia under the scope of the project “Keep Georgia Tidy.”
The Contest was announced last year and the goal of the contest was to identify the cleanest region, cleanest municipality, cleanest city, cleanest village / community, beautiful (green) yard, clean street and beautiful (green) balcony throughout the country. The new nomination “Beautiful Yard of Organization" was added in 2019.
The contest "Clean Region" was first announced in 2015 under the scope of “Clean Up Georgia” campaign aiming stimulation of all regions of Georgia to reduce waste, uncontrolled dumpsites in the country and involvement in planned and self-organized clean-up actions. The competition aroused great interest and participation from the very beginning, as evidenced by the increase in the number of nominations in subsequent years. The contest was open to all individuals or institutions.
This year, the contest "Clean Region" was held for the fourth time in eight nominations (three nominations in 2015, five nominations in 2017 and seven nominations in 2018). Contest participants provided photo / video materials for nominations announced to the organizers (The Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth-Georgia). The winners were revealed by a special commission established within the framework of the contest (Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, representatives of CSOs) on the basis of submitted materials.


2019-09-24 Clean up action Zugdidi municipality

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2019-09-21 Clean up Action in Bolnisi municipality

Clean up Action in Bolnisi municipality

2019-09-20 In Georgia “Keep Georgia Tidy ” Campaign Begins

On September 20-22, "Clean Up the World" and "World Clean Up Day" (September 21) campaigns will be celebrated. The World Campaigns in Georgia will be marked by clean-up actions within the framework of the project and the campaign "Keep Georgia Tidy", and will begin in Tbilisi on September 20 with Tbilisi Sea Clean-up Action.

The campaign Keep Georgia Tidy is implemented with support of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia together with its local partner organizations, Georgian Society of Nature Explorers "Orchis" and "Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth-Georgia", in cooperation with LEPL Environmental information and Education Centre, Waste Management company.The project in Georgia is implemented with financial support of the Government of Sweden.


2019-09-20 Clean Up Action in Mtsketa

On September 21, a cleanup action was carried out in Mtskheta in the vicinity of Jvari Monastery to celebrate the world ongoing campaigns "Clean Up the World" and "World Cleanup Day", that were organized by the Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth-Georgia as part of the project and campaign"Keep Georgia Tidy ".
The celebration of the World Campaign in Georgia began on September 20, with cleanup action at Tbilisi Sea and will cover more than 1,000 locations across the country for three days.
On September 21, in cleanup action together with organizers took part H.E. Giedrius Puodžiūnas - Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to Georgia, employees of Mtskheta-Mtianeti State Representative office, actress Nino Oniani and volunteers.


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2019-01-18 The Winners of the Contest "Clean Region" 2018 are revealed!

On January 18, the ceremony of awarding the winners of the Contest "Clean Region" -2018, announced within the frames of the project "Clean Up Georgia (phase III) took place at the premises of Tbilisi City Assembly in Queen Tamar Hall ". The event was organized by the Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth-Georgia, Parliamentary Committee for Environment Protection and Natural Resources and the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture and with support of Tbilisi City Assembly.
The Contest "Clean Region" was announced in May last year and the aim was to identify the “Cleanest region”, “Clean municipality”, “Clean city/borough”, “Clean village/community”, “Clean street”, “Beautiful yard” and “Beautiful balcony” throughout the country.
The award ceremony was attended by the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the kingdom of Sweden to Georgia and Armenia H.E. Ulrik Tideström, Deputy Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture Mr. Yuri Nozadze, Deputy Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture Ms. Nino Tandilashvili, First Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee for Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Mr. Zaza Khutsishvili, Deputy Chairman of the City Council Ms. Marika Darchia, representatives of implementing organizations of the project "Clean Up Georgia Phase III" and members of the selection commission created in the framework of the project.


2018-12-24 Trainings in Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Lanchkhuti and Batumi

In December, 2018, EAWM conducted the trainings on "Introduction of tools and methods of utilization of expired chemical waste / reagents existing in public schools" for chemistry teachers and other stakeholders of Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Batumi and Lanchkhuti public schools. The trainings were held in the framework of the “Clean Up Georgia – Phase III” Project.

2018-12-19 Meeting within the Framework of the Project in Shida Kartli Region

On December 19, 2018 within the framework of the component of the “Greens Movement of Georgia / Friends of the Earth -Georgia” , implemented under the project “Clean Up Georgia (Phase III)” , in collaboration and support of Regional Administration a meeting was held in the administration of the State Representative -Governor of Shida Kartli Region on waste management issues. The meeting was attended by representatives of Public Utility and Cleaning Services of the municipalities of Shida Kartli region.

2018-12-14 Meeting within the Framework of the Project

On December 14, 2018 within the framework of the component of the “Greens Movement of Georgia / Friends of the Earth -Georgia” , implemented under the project “Clean Up Georgia (Phase III)” in collaboration and support of Regional Administration a meeting was held in the administration of the State Representative -Governor of Kvemo Kartli Region on waste management issues. The meeting was attended by representatives of Public Utility and Cleaning Services of the municipalities of Kvemo Kartli region. The meeting was attended by Ms. Khatuna Zaldastanishvili, the Program Officer of the Embassy of Sweden to Georgia.

The meeting was chaired by the manager of the component of the “Greens Movement of Georgia/Friends of the Earth- Georgia under the project "Georgia Up Georgia (Phase III)»” Ms. Nino Chkhobadze. During the meeting was discussed current situation related to waste management system in the country, as well as Multi Dimensional Poverty Analyses with regards to waste management, still existing illegal landfills, five-year waste management action plans, prepared by the municipalities. It was stressed that municipalities still lack an adequate waste management system, there are problems with illegal waste disposal, waste removal does not occur in some villages, and at this stage, due to the lack of appropriate infrastructure, they cannot imagine switching to a pilot waste separation model from next year.



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