LDIW Global Summit 2022 is a summer gathering of the Let Do It World network, which brings together the leaders of the global network in Estonia to jointly prepare for the World Cleanup 2022 and set goals for moving towards a sustainable world in a changed international situation.
Country leaders and team members from Lets Do It World network are warmly welcome to attend this event.
LDIW Global Summit 2022 will take place at Klaara Manni Eco-Resort which is located Randivälja, Tori, Pärnu county in Estonia.
The gathering in Tallinn is at Nordic Hotel Forum, Viru Väljak 3, Tallinn, Estonia. The buses are leaving Nordic Hotel Forum at 6pm, next stop is 6:15pm at Tallinn Airport and after that next stop is Klaara-Manni Eco- Resort.
The LDIW Global Summit is supported by KÜSK – National Foundation of Civil Society and EU European Regional Development Fund in cooperation with Enterprise Estonia.
Wednesday, 6 July 2022
8.00 – 9.00 Breakfast
09.00 – 9.30 Opening of the Gathering. Colm Flynn.
Welcome notes from Heidi Solba, the President of Lets Do It World.
09.30 – 10.15 Challenges on environmental sustainability in changing times. Enzo Favoino, Expert on ZeroWaste and Circular Economy at Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza. Scientific Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe. / Online
10.15 – 11.30 How to work with governments?
Strategic tips to work with public sector. Sandra Kamilova, Head of Public Affairs in Miltton / Online
Best practices from Kosovo on how to work with governments, Luan Hasanaj, Let’s Do It Kosovo.
Best practices of implementation of waste management legislation in African countries. Christine Sayo, Let’s Do It Kenya. / Online
11.30- 11.45 Break.
11.45 – 13.00 Best practices and trends in the circular economy.
The deposit system for plastic bottles in Kasakhstan. Shashalim Shagalimov, Let’s Do It Kasakhstan.
Zero waste practises with communities. Ana La Rocha, Let’s Do It Tanzania. / Online
Community engagement for sustainability in El Salvador. Alejandra Rivera, Let’s Do It El Salvador. / Online
Community based waste management and recycling solutions in Africa. Stephan Senghor, Let’s Do It Senegal. / Online
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 15.30 Best Practices in International and Regional Cooperation.
New strategies to tackle the plastic leakage into the environment. Enzo Favoino, Expert on ZeroWaste and Circular Economy at Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza. Scientific Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe. / Online
CSR and how to collaborate. Lisa Christiansen, Let’s Do It Hong Kong and Let’s Do It Canada.
All-Ukrainian Forum of Interaction and Development – engagement of the sectors to work on sustainable solutions. Iiulia Markhel, Let´s Do It Ukraine.
The global collaboration for healing the Ukrainian environment. Iiulia Markhel, Let´s Do It Ukraine.
15.30- 15.45 Break.
15.45 – 18.00 How to work with corporates?
Lets Do It World Strategic Framefork of Partnerships. Ilona Lott, The Head of Corporate Partnership of Let´s Do It World.
Ethical Funding and framework for the LDIW. Holger Holland, Let´s Do It Germany.
Ethical Funding Workshop.
18:00 – 18:45 Tour in Eco Resort
20.00 – 23.00 Opening party, Estonian Cultural Evening and Dinner.
08.00 – 09.00 Breakfast
09.00 – 09.20 Kick-off DAY 2. Colm Flynn.
09.20 – 11.15 How to create a sustainable world with World Cleanup Day?
The logical framefork and Theory of Change. Anneli Ohvril, Executive Director of Let´s Do It World, Heidi Solba, the President Let´s Do It World.
Theory of Change Workshop.
11.15 – 11.30 Break.
11.30 – 13.30 How to engage 5% of population.
World Cleanup Day 2022 marketing and social media campaign. Merilyn Keskküla, Let’s Do It World.
LDIW Stakeholder mapping and marketing. Nima Zare, Lets Do It Iran.
Marketing workshop on how to engage 5% of population. Merilyn Keskküla, Let’s Do It World, Nima Zare. Lets Do It Iran.
13.30 – 14.30 Lunch
14.30 – 15.45 Best practices and trends in the youth engagement.
Global Youth in the environmental battle. Heidi Solba and Colm Flynn.
Best practices in Youth engagement in Georgia. Giorgi Aziarshvili, ACT and YOUTH programs.
Best practice – SEEP, School educational Program in Namibia. Tanswell Roonaisie, Let´s Do It Namibia, the Project Leader for SEEP Namibia.
The youth engagement program in Germany. Holger Holland, Let´s Do It Germany.
16.00 – 16.15 Break.
16.15 – 17.30 How to work with data?
The role of the big data in creating transformation and sustainability. Holger Holland, Let´s Do It Germany.
Workshop 1: How to work with big data. Holger Holland, Let´s Do It Germany.
Workshop 2: How to become zero waste. Pal Martenson, Regional Director of Lets Do It World
17.30 – 20.00 Estonian Sauna workshop, including making your own sauna whisks
20.00 – 23.00 Closing Party.
09.00 – 12.00 Tour to Soomaa bog with picnic.
12.00 – 15.00 Back to Tallinn.
One participant from each country can attend free of charge, including accommodation, food and local transport. This covers food and accommodation for 5-8 July 2022.
The participation is limited to 50 participants. If there will be more people from one country, we will kindly hold you on the waiting list until 10th of June. If there are available places, the registration will be confirmed.
We kindly ask you to arrange your own travel to and from Tallinn and your own visas.
Registration, visa and other questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodation will be provided from 5-8 July. If you want to stay longer or come to Estonia earlier, then we ask you to pay for the extra nights yourself. We will assist you with the bookings if needed.
The participants of the gathering will be staying in shared rooms, sharing with up to one or two participants. In case you have any special requirements on with whom to share/not to share the room with please send the request to email@example.com before 10th of June 2022.
If you wish to have a private room, a fee 50 euros applies for a single room and the request has to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10th of June 2022 as well. However, we can provide private room if there are available ones at the time of request.
HOW TO GET TO ESTONIA
To get the best flights to Tallinn, we advise you to start looking for tickets soon. Good connections to Estonia are via Lufthansa, Polish Airlines (LOT), Air Baltic, etc. Closest alternative airports are Helsinki, Stockholm and Riga. There is a regular ferry and bus service to Tallinn from those cities. St. Petersburg and Moscow could also be options for those coming from East or from Asia.
We advice to arrive latest on 5 of July 4pm by local time. We are gathering in Nordic Hotel Forum (address: Viru väljak 3, Tallinn), find the reception desk.The Nordic Hotel Forum is easily accessible with tram number 4 directly from the airport (stop HOBUJAAMA). From there is 2 min to the hotel. You can also take BOLT taxi.
Buses are leaving to the Klaara-Manni Eco-Resprt that is appr 2 hours drive.
IF YOU ARE ARRIVING EARLIER
If you arriving earlier and need an accommodation, please write to email@example.com to ask recommendations.
EATING AND SIGHTSEEING IN TALLINN BEFORE DEPARTURE
We are organising Old Town tour for the delegates.
For lunch on your arrival day in Tallinn we recommend Hetk Cafe (address: Pärnu maantee 15) for vegan food and Pegasus Restaurant (address: Harju 1) for good Estonian cuisine.
Guests who want to explore the city on their own are encouraged to use Bolt taxi services. Just download the app and start to use.
DONT BE LATE WITH VISAS
It has happened too often that someone could not come because of a missing visa. Please apply for your visa now! We will be provide you with an official invitation letter upon your request. If needed, please send your request with your passport information (full name as is in passport, number of passport, expiry date) and embassy contact to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Swamp-bog hikes on 8 July
The bogs are places very dear to all Estonians and have been part of our culture for centuries. Bogs are incredibly diverse and colourful. Therefore one mustn’t leave Estonia before visiting a bog. We hike around the bog pools, admire the wildlife and listen to mysterious stories and legends our tour guides tell about the bogs.
We will have a walk in the swamp with a park guard, duration approx. 2h -3h
The hike include picnic in the bog.
Tallinn Old Town Tour on 8 July
Old Town Tour will offer in a two hour walking trip for those who are visiting Tallinn for the first time. History, Culture and Best places to see and visit are right here!
You will definitely be able to “get around” and “tell about” Tallinn after this essential tour!
PLACES WE SEE
– Town Hall Square & Town Square Pharmacy
– The oldest Churches of Tallinn
– Danish King`s Garden
– Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
– Toompea Hill (upper town)
– Impressive viewing platforms
– And many more…!
During your stay in Klaara-Manni eco-resort you can book various workshops and tours through them and also visit Tori Horse Farm, the oldest of its kind in Estonia, operating since 1856.
Explore more places to visit: www.visitestonia.com
The National Foundation of Civil Society KÜSK is supporting the Let’s Do It World international conference LDIW Global Summit 2022 with 11851 euros.The aim is to bring together the leaders and partners of the global network in Estonia to jointly prepare for the World Cleanup Day 2022 and set goals for moving towards a sustainable world in a changed international situation.Let’s Do It World is grateful for the National Foundation of Civil Society for supporting this global gathering and hope to see many fruitful ideas come to life for a more sustainable world.