THE CLEAN WORLD MOVEMENT
IS BEING CARRIED OUT IN
500 REGIONS OF 50 COUNTRIES

A clean and safe environment is a requisite for a happy life, but human beings of today are threatened by abnormal climate, ecosystem destruction, sea level rise, and desertification, caused by environmental contamination.

The Clean WORLD Movement is an advanced environmental initiative to create a happy world by providing a clean and safe environment. “WORLD” is an acronym for Water, Oxygen, Region, Life, and Descendants—components of environment. This shows our determination to have a clean and safe environment not only for ourselves, but also for our descendants. As of 2013, more than 120,000 members in around 500 regions in over 50 countries of the world are participating in this movement.

purpose

Through the Clean WORLD Movement, we increase awareness on environmental issues and encourage people to participate in the campaigns.

By providing environmental education for future leaders and building networks among governments and organizations, we foster a selfless society.

Road Map

3C POLICY

Human beings have suffered from spiritual maladies as they undergo rapid changes in their living environments because of industrial development, urbanization, internationalization, etc., losing their pure and beautiful hearts born of “Mother’s love.” The greed and selfishness of human beings has caused environmental destruction, poverty, disease and strife, and in return threatens the survival of mankind..
The Clean WOLRD Movement will bring about changes in our thoughts and lifestyles and create a new future for mankind, full of hope and happiness, by cleaning up the world on the basis of the renovation of consciousness to purify our polluted minds and return them to their original clean and pure state. This is the 3C (Clean·Change·Create) Policy for Clean WORLD Movement.


5 Campaigns

W

Clean Water

O

Clean Oxygen

R

Clean Region

L

Clean Life

D

Clean Descendants

Clean Water

We are conducting cleanups around streams and rivers and on seashores to improve water quality, enhance ecosystem resilience, and ease droughts.

Water is life. No life can survive without water.

Water shortage causes droughts, famines and conflicts among peoples and nations. It threatens the survival of human beings in many places of the world. Through the Clean Water Campaign, we clean streams, rivers and seas—the source of water around us, install water pumps for people without access to safe drinking water.

Clean Oxygen

We are carrying out forest cleanups, tree planting, and CO2 emission reduction to preserve forest ecology and resources, reduce air pollution, and prevent natural disasters.

Indiscriminate use of natural resources caused air pollution and accelerated global warming.

Polluted air damages respiratory organs and even threatens human survival. hrough the Clean Oxygen Campaign, we make efforts to preserve forests, clean parks and streets, and purify polluted air.

Clean Region

We are cleaning up streets, parks, and public facilities; practicing recycling to make a pleasant environment, prevent global warming and reuse resources.

Man cannot live alone.

A beautiful community is only possible when we make efforts to clean our neighborhoods handin-hand. We strive to create a clean and bright community through the Clean Region Campaign.

Clean Life

We are installing water pumps and storages for people in water-scarce countries to fight off water-related diseases, and aiding climate refugees with medical and living expenses.

A healthy and clean environment is a requisite for a happy life.

The Clean Life Campaign is the first step to a happy world by helping neighbors in poverty or suffering from disease.

Clean Descendants

We are offering environmental education for young people, aiding with school expenses and holding environmental seminars for future environmentalists, and we spread the Clean WORLD Movement.

Our future depends on our descendents.

We aid the future leaders to help them work for a clean world.


Promoting Clean WORLD Movement &
Producing Environmental Leaders

Making the earth’s environment sustainable depends on our descendants; it will be possible when they have a bright and pure mind and a right sense of values.
That is why it is important to help the youth foster their dreams and hopes, self-control, and the virtues of being humble, considerate and sharing and also help them pay attention to the earth’s environment in their daily lives. The Clean Descendants Movement is an activity to train leaders for the Clean WORLD Movement, who will lead the future, through continuing education programs such as seminars and lectures, field experiences, scholarship support, and more.

Clean WORLD Seminar

Over 60 people from 20 countries of the world—including the U.S., U.K, France, Germany, Peru, Brazil, and Argentina—visited Korea from May 28 to June 10, 2010, to learn about the Clean WORLD Movement.

Character Education for Youth

The education for youth focuses on how to cultivate a good character and establish values upright to be a future leader. Middle and High school students watched videos and discussed by groups and they had time to think about their roles.

Held on Jan. 31, 2011, at Bundang District Office, Seongnam, Gyeonggi Prov. and Feb. 23, 2012 at Hi Seoul Youth Hostel, Yeongdeungpo, Seoul

University Students’ Volunteer Services and Environmental Education for Youth

University students from the Intl. WeLoveU Foundation Phnom Penh Branch, Cambodia, volunteered to train leaders for the Clean WORLD Movement. They visited Roneh Primary School and cleaned up the the area around the school along with the primary students.

Roneh Primary School, Kandal Province, Cambodia, June 26, 2011

Green Campus Environmental Seminar with President of Gabonese Republic

The Intl. WeLoveU Foundation cohosted the Green Campus Environmental Seminar with the Daejayon, an environmental group consisting of university students. The seminar was attended by 250 university students from inside and outside of Korea. The president of Gabon Ali-Ben Bongo Ondimba attended the seminar and said he hoped that young people in Korea would share successful cases of the environmental movement with the people in Gabon.

Seoul Olympic Parktel, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Mar. 26, 2012

Environmental Scholarships for University Students Around the World

The Intl. WeLoveU Foundation awarded scholarships to university students in sixcountries—Germany, Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Gabon as well as Korea. These scholarships aim to encourage university students to give their best to their studies as well as to behave in an upright manner and to further promote their environmental protection activities against climate change and global warming.

Basic Electric Power Engineering Research Institute, Seoul National University, May 23, 2012

Special Lecture for Parents on “Volunteer Cleanup Activities and Character Education”

The Intl. WeLoveU Foundation Chairwoman Zahng Gil-jah gave a special lecture at the Global Campus of Gachon University for over 500 parents whose children were middlle or high school students. In this special lecture conducted as part of the “Edu-College for Parents” hosted by the Dong-A EZEDU and Jinhak Co., Chairwoman Zahng Gil-jah said with emphasis, “If both parents and children participate together in volunteer services to protect the environment, regarding all people in the world as neighbors, they will naturally communicate with each other and consequently it will help students develop an upright character.”

Yeeum Hall at Gachon University Global Campus, July 5, 2012

Introducing the Clean WORLD Movement to the Gabonese Republic, Africa

Gabon’s President Ali-Ben Bongo Ondimba, who had signed the agreement with the nternational WeLoveU Foundation to work together to cope with climate change, invited some members f the Intl. WeLoveU Foundation to his country in July, 2012. The reason he invited them was because he wanted them to teach the people of Gabon about the Clean WORLD Movement and also help them carry it out.

From July 11 to 13, the Intl. WeLoveU Foundation and over 200 Gabonese university students held a “Clean Day” proclamation ceremony at Libreville, the capital of Gabon, and carried out the Clean WORLD Movement. It was the first time that university students in Gabon attended such a large-scale volunteer activity to protect the environment.

Libreville Beach, Gabon, July 11–13, 2012