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Diana Badeian

Organizer in Yerevan

How to spark a movement in 2 months with no money

PRESENTED ON SEP 28, 2018
IN YEREVAN @ VOL 26

10 years ago in 2008 Rainer Nõlvak, an ordinary entrepreneur from Estonia, gathered four friends and suggested that they try to cleanup the whole country from illegal waste. The idea seemed insane, but 50,000 people came to the streets. The action grew into a large volunteer movement, which initially operated only in Estonia, but this year it is aimed to cleanup the entire Earth. 


This year on September 15, Armenia also joined the movement, and the presentation tells you just about that!

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The Environment in a Constantly Evolving, Urbanizing World

BY AASHA EAPEN
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 10, 2014

In this presentation, Aasha Eapen will focus on spreading awareness among the general public about:
1. What does it mean to conserve our environment?
2. What does the phrase "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" convey?
2. Why should it be done?
3. What are the small yet profound steps that can be taken by us in doing this?
4. What is the TUNZA Eco Generation networking platform?

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Green Gurus

BY LORRAINE JENKS
@ VOL 13 ON MAR 23, 2016

Lorraine Jenks presented on how she changed her life by going Green and how she has worked with hotels and businesses to change over to green sustainable methods

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Yerevan 2.0: How to make a difference

BY GAYANE MANUKYAN
@ VOL 23 ON APR 10, 2017

Gayane Manukyan speaks about the ongoing projects at Yerevan 2.0 incubator as she invites the audience to join the creative urban development initiatives in the  Armenian capital. 

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We are The Green Hijab Movement

BY GITTE SÆTRE SÆTRE
@ VOL 9 ON SEP 15, 2017

We are The Green Hijab Movement
NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS INDIFFERENT TO US
Green Hijab Movement is a movement emerging from the ecological waste of our planet.
The wastelands of water shortages, bad crops, and era-di-cation of species.
The wastelands of increased concentration of greenhouse gases.

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How do green ants know their mom is home?

BY JESSIE EBIE
@ VOL 18 ON JUN 06, 2018

Jessie Ebie is a PhD candidate from Arizona State University who is taking a break from the desert to study green ants here by the ocean.

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St Nick's - The Green Heart of York

BY IVANA JAKUBKOVA
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Ivana Jakubkova explains how the charity contributes to the city by having transformed a former rubbish tip into a thriving 24-acre wildlife haven and Environment Centre. Touching on some of the main constituent parts of York - from the Minster to the rivers - and their links to St Nicks, Ivana hones in on the biggest one of them all...

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Travel green, explore what matters

BY MARIANNA NIKOGHOSYAN
@ VOL 26 ON SEP 28, 2018

Growing up in Yerevan’s 'Mer Bak', Marianna Nikoghosyan couldn’t dream of cycling further than the Opera house. But the destiny must have led her to live in the world’s cycling capital - Amsterdam. Soon enough she has discovered all the treasures of the bicycle touring.

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How to get inspired by Nature

BY HAYK TIRATURYAN
@ VOL 28 ON FEB 28, 2019

In Hayk Tiraturyan's & HermineHakobyan's presentation, they will be speaking about the wonders that the nature of Armenia holds within and how to get inspired by it.

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UK Enterprise Education in Armenia

BY NAREK TOVMASYAN
@ VOL 30 ON APR 05, 2019

Narek Tovmasyan provides a look at the Creative Spark multi-million, multinational programme from the perspective of the British Council and its opportunities for Armenia.