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DOMESTIC EVENTS HELD OVER WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
입력 2020.06.05 (15:16) 수정 2020.06.05 (16:46) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

Today is the eU.N.-designated World Environment Day. Although there are no mass celebrations this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, various online and non-contact events are held in Jeju Island to publicize the importance of environmental preservation.

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​A student dances to the music to show how to separate a cap and a label before discarding a plastic bottle. Young people living in Jeju have uploaded videos dubbed the "Recycle Dance" to demonstrate how to properly separate and discard recyclable items.

[Soundbite] OH SEONG-MOK(HEAD, JEJU YOUTH CONTENTS CO-OP) : "People can't remember the written process that well. We thought mixing dance movements to explain the process would be more effective in delivering the message."

[Soundbite] "You brought 16 plastic bottles, so here's a recycled bag."

In marking the World Environment Day, this recycling center is handing out upcycled bags made from recycled plastic bottles to all those who brought in clear plastic bottles.

[Soundbite] SEONG MUN-YUL(JEJU RESIDENT) : "Our children are the ones that will continue to live in this world, so I wanted to participate in the efforts to keep the environment clean."

Some traditional markets run a "no plastic bag" campaign.

[Soundbite] JEONG YE0N-OK(JEJU PROVINCIAL COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT) : "Please don't think it's a hassle to use a tumbler or a cloth bag. Consider it an act to preserve Earth and Jeju Island."

Small but meaningful acts to protect the environment continue even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • DOMESTIC EVENTS HELD OVER WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
    • 입력 2020-06-05 15:18:01
    • 수정2020-06-05 16:46:26
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

Today is the eU.N.-designated World Environment Day. Although there are no mass celebrations this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, various online and non-contact events are held in Jeju Island to publicize the importance of environmental preservation.

[Pkg]

​A student dances to the music to show how to separate a cap and a label before discarding a plastic bottle. Young people living in Jeju have uploaded videos dubbed the "Recycle Dance" to demonstrate how to properly separate and discard recyclable items.

[Soundbite] OH SEONG-MOK(HEAD, JEJU YOUTH CONTENTS CO-OP) : "People can't remember the written process that well. We thought mixing dance movements to explain the process would be more effective in delivering the message."

[Soundbite] "You brought 16 plastic bottles, so here's a recycled bag."

In marking the World Environment Day, this recycling center is handing out upcycled bags made from recycled plastic bottles to all those who brought in clear plastic bottles.

[Soundbite] SEONG MUN-YUL(JEJU RESIDENT) : "Our children are the ones that will continue to live in this world, so I wanted to participate in the efforts to keep the environment clean."

Some traditional markets run a "no plastic bag" campaign.

[Soundbite] JEONG YE0N-OK(JEJU PROVINCIAL COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT) : "Please don't think it's a hassle to use a tumbler or a cloth bag. Consider it an act to preserve Earth and Jeju Island."

Small but meaningful acts to protect the environment continue even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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