One World recognizes Earth Day

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During the month of April, One World has had the privilege of working with volunteer intern, Taylor Cooperman, on spreading the message of sustainability to our Youth Club members. All clubs were able to participate in the One World Eco Passport project. Some clubs were lucky enough to have Taylor come in and speak to them in person, while others clubs were able to meet her over Skype! Taylor will be working on gathering the Eco-passports from participating clubs to analyze and report on the data. Taylor will also be making recommendations on how to enhance the Eco-passport for next year. Stay tuned for the results and remember to reduce, reuse and recycle every day, not just on Earth day!

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