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Participation in the United Nations World Environment Day
World Environment Day is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. Sukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual Development participated in World Environment Day in 2012, and now again in 2014 has received a certificate of appreciation from the United Nations Environment Programme for its participation.
Sukyo Mahikari Centers for Spiritual Development is active in promoting environmental awareness and community service. For the UN’s 2014 World Environment Day, youth members of the organization have chosen culturally significant sites in their areas and will do cleanup and give spiritual purification energy in those areas on three dates - now and two more times in the coming year – in order to help protect, preserve, sustain, and regenerate the well-being of life on Earth now and for future generations.
The sites are as follows:
Alberta – Emily Murphy Park (Edmonton)
Arroyo Vista Park (Orange County)
Eaton Canyon (Pasadena)
Madrona Marsh (Torrance)
Florida – local area in Miami
Georgia – Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve (Decatur)
Hawaii – Ala Moana Park
Illinois – Bode Lake (Streamwood)
New York – the World Trade Center site area (NYC)
Quebec – Mont Royal (Montreal)
Texas – Lawrence Park (Houston)
Washington DC – Rock Creek Park
Washington State – Mount Lake Terrace

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