Go Green campaign

American Embassy Goes Green in Port Moresby

The effort was to raise awareness of the dangers that non-biodegradable waste poses to Papua New Guinea’s coastline and marine environment,

More than 57 participants collected over 1,000 kg of rubbish, glass and plastic bottles, plastic bags, bottle caps, betel nut skins, and other waste that had been carelessly discarded all along Douglas Street. 

These items not only mar the environment of Port Moresby, but they make their way into drains, streams and rivers, eventually ending up in the ocean along our coastline where they have significant impacts on marine life.

Go Green annual school clean up is here

Friday November 13th - is when the BSP Annual Go Green School Clean Up Day will be held.

The clean-up will be held across PNG, and in parts of Fiji, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga.

Participating students will be educated on the importance of the environment and how they can be responsible.

After the pep talk the students will put theory into practice and get their hands dirty by cleaning their school communities.

The community is free to join local schools that have already registered.