We’d like to invite you to a beach cleanup on Saturday, September 5th at Baishawan (白沙灣). International Coastal Cleanup Day (the 3rd Saturday of September) has been changed for 2020 and September is now International Coastal Cleanup. Marine debris has become a serious problem for our environment. We know that a beach cleanup is a starting point and won't solve the problem. But the more people who see the problem can help be part of the solution. This is also a great way to go out into the community, make a difference, and enjoy the outdoors along the way.
Hope you will join us for this educational and fun event that brings us together to raise awareness about ocean conservation.
Columbia Alumni Association of Taiwan
President Chris Wei & Secretary-General Johnny Chiu
RSVP: Please register here by August 31st: https://forms.gle/LtAUWo7WE5Y1Sxcg8
Meeting point: Tourist Info Center (address: 253新北市石門區德茂里下員坑33-6號)
Meeting time: 9am SHARP; will wrap-up before noon (and organize an optional lunch nearby)
- Driving: plenty of parking available (e.g.第一停車場)
- Carpool: We can help coordinate.
- Public Transportation: Can take a bus from Red Line MRT Tamsui Station. Please check out the bus info here:
What to bring:
-water (please bring your OWN bottle(s) since this is a green event. the organizer will also bring some)
-sun block, sunglasses and hat, rain coat (rain or shine! 風雨無阻, 颱風另議) and a can-do, roll-up-your-sleeves spirit
- cash: this is a free event. please pay for your own transportation and lunch(optional). (Participants will be gifted with Columbia swags.)
(Gloves, tongs and garbage bags will be prepared by the Park.)
Questions? Please contact David Lu: DLu10@gsb.columbia.edu or 0987-148-521