Toxic Free Gifts for Dutch Parliamentarians
Concerned parents reached out successfully to politicians! Questions will follow in Dutch House of Commons
Concerned parents reached out successfully to politicians! Questions will follow in Dutch House of Commons.
Een aantal van de Kamerleden: van links naar rechts Liesbeth van Tongeren (GL), Joel Voordewind (CU), Carla Dik-Faber (CU), Marit Maij (PvdA) en Cora van Nieuwenhuizen (VVD)
A collection of green parent initiatives, supported by WECF, calling themselves Mama Green presented toxic free gifts to raise awareness on the fact that consumerproducts and food, meant for children, still too often contain too high doses of hazardous substances or endocrine disrupting substances (EDCs). Promises were made that Questions would be raised in Parliament during Question Time. WECF would like to thank the politicians who accepted our inviation: Joel Voordewind, Carla Dik-Faber, Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, Pieter Heerma, Pieter Omtzigt, Liesbeth van Tongeren, Marianne Thieme, Marit Maij, Loes Ypma and Lutz Jacobi.
The alliance of concerned parents "MamaGreen" on their way to the Dutch Parliament...
Dutch national newspaper Algemeen Dagblad published a picture of MP Marianne Thieme with her baby daughter:
Worries about consequences for children of pesticides present in water
Far too many residues of pesticides are present in the waters of Drenthe (Dutch province). This needs to be reduced. But how?
Implementing Agenda 2030 in Georgia: Where Are We Now?
WECF organises with Georgian government and the UN a workshop on the Sustainable Development Goals in Tbilisi, 19-21 February 2018
19.02.2018 | Tbilisi, Georgia
A Plastic Free Lent
Join us on our challenge for this Lent: reduce your plastics consumption for 40 days!
Proudly presenting the CLEEN results!
The CLEEN project is coming to an now, and it has reached many great results.
First edition of WECF’s “DESIGN-MOI UN JOUET” (Design me a toy) contest
Two teams of students were awarded for their creative designs of healthy toys