Let’s Do It 2+2 collective action day was successful with 784 flower meadows created and 447 compost bins and 410 insect hotels built
Saturday, 1 May was the day when the family-centric Let’s Do It 2+2 collective action day was held all across Estonia. 2283 different actions were submitted as part of it and dozens of thousands of Estonian people participated. The collective action day was very successful. In addition to other springtime works, 784 flower meadows were created, and 447 compost bins and 410 insect hotels were built. Estonian people are invited to hold their springtime collective works under the moniker of Let’s Do It until the end of the next week, and the action can be submitted to the collective action map until 10 May. Photos and videos can be shared with the hashtags #2x2talgupäev and #teemeära2021.Read more
Today’s all-Estonian Let’s Do It 2+2 has more than 2000 collective works submitted
On Saturday, 1 May, the family-centric collective action campaign Let’s Do It 2+2 is held all across Estonia. More than 2000 works had been submitted by the morning. In addition to other springtime works, more than 760 species rich flower meadows were in the works, as well as 430 compost bins and 350 insect hotels. All the people of Estonia are invited to work together on the 2+2 collective action day in a safe manner and in compliance with the current restrictions. Everybody can submit their works on the collective action website at www.teemeara.ee, and share their photos and videos with the hashtags #2x2talgupäev ja #teemeära2021.Read more
Let’s Do It collective action day kicks off in Pääsküla, almost 1,700 works already submitted
This Saturday, the all-Estonian Let’s Do It 2+2 collective action day kicks off in a biodiverse garden in Pääsküla. Almost 1,600 works have already been submitted as part of the initiative. Over the course of this year’s family-centric collective action day, more than 700 biodiverse flower meadows will be sown, and almost 400 compost bins and hundreds of insect hotels will be built all across Estonia. All the people of Estonia are invited to participate in the 2+2 collective action day so as to get your springtime to-do list checked off in a safe manner and in compliance with the current restrictions. Collective actions can still be submitted at www.teemeara.ee.