FOR WED, ASIAN CELEBRITIES MAKE A NO LEFTOVERS PLEDGE TO THINK.EAT.SAVE!

Asian celebrities are gearing up for World Environment Day, by pledging their support to Think.Eat.Save Reduce Your Foodprint. Meantime, Hong Kong citizens are also promising to be more mindful about food waste and loss, as the No Leftovers Pledge campaign received over 500 photos in just two weeks.
Go.Asia organized a photo collection campaign on Facebook to help spread this year’s WED theme. Individuals and celebrities were invited to submit a photo holding the campaign logo. By doing so, the participants are pledging to treasure food and the resources that go into its production, by minimizing leftovers, donating surplus food, and other actions. Local partners include Greeners Action’s No Leftover campaign, Cheung Chau’s Food Recycle Land project, Food Grace’s Food Recycling Scheme, Feeding Hong Kong, Food Angel and St. James’Settlement People’s Food Bank.

Go.Asia is a charitable initiative that aims to improve society through collective and individual efforts.   Go.Asia contains helpful information on possible ways to enrich your life and the lives of those around you through acts of kindness, compassion, generosity and goodwill.

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Source:  United Nation Environment Programme

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