#IFixThePlanet #ESRAG





The Winners are….

1st PlaceCapture Pollution Before It Escapes!

Boise Rotary Club and Boise South West Rotary Club

2nd PlaceRestore and repair coral reefs off the coast of Panama

Rotary Club of Newport Beach 

3rd PlaceNext generation owner’s manual to Global Warming

Rotary Club of Sidney by the Sea

4th PlaceSolar Panels Provide Renewable Energy to Hydroponic Freight Farm

5th PlaceRecurring Global Cleanups with the Rotary Club for Global Action

6th PlaceEnd Plastic Soup call to action for clubs

7th PlaceTrees, Trails, a Nature Centre, Observatory and Planetarium!

SPECIAL MENTION: People’s Choice Winners with most votes

1Creating NextGen Ecoleaders

2 Capture Pollution Before It Escapes!

3.…Protecting the Qingpu wetlands


Contest Ended


Plastic comes in all the colors and shapes you can imagine. Although they may look colorful and innocent, we know that plastic pollution has become one of the most pressing environmental issues of the moment. People are constantly coming up
48 Votes
Dr. Christian Jaeger Geschäftsführer der Wohn + Stadtbau
10 Votes
About Seedology Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic that hit our country and around the world, there has been a challenge for people to obtain food because of financial challenges and food shortages. We investigated our own city and we reached
15 Votes
Our focus in the Club has been on various aspects of society but most importantly on the Environment 🌳🐠♻️💚💙 🐬 We have worked closely with Reef Conservation on a few projects and the last one being the Discovery of our
96 Votes
part 2 of Global warming Blues written by Thomas Meuser,, member of founding committee of EcoClub RC PLANET D1900.
10 Votes
Hi, we are a bunch of people just in the process of establishing a new Rotary Club: the “Rotary Eco-Club Planet of District 1900”. One little thing that we all can do to fix the planet is eco-smart shopping. This
12 Votes
The Twin Cities Rotary EcoClub led a Rotary grant project to install solar panels on the hydroponic Freight Farm at North Market in North Minneapolis. The hydroponic farm provides fresh, healthy hyper-local food to an area of Minneapolis that has
20 Votes
part 1 of maveshi-project, on instructions of NP Singh Bakshi. RC of POONA, GG1864292 and Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR)
2 Votes
Growing Rotary I See Growing Our Understanding of Sustainable Ecosystems in Our Own Community
3 Votes
The Russian River is beautiful. It starts in the Laughlin Range in Mendocino County, winds through miles of vineyards, threads a path through majestic redwoods, and empties into the Pacific Ocean at Jenner Beach, a place for seals, seagulls and
5 Votes
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This video contest was initiated by Ludwig Kalthoff together with a group of ESRAG members and the team the THE CLIMATE TASK FORCE. The initiative is sponsored by Holger Knaack, chairman of Rotary International. Thanks for making this possible: Klas Holmlund, Rob Anderson, Leonie Böker, Ingrid Hesser, Gunnar Akerblom, Felix Rodenjohann.