Hipsters of Nature believes that religious bodies can play important roles in environmental stewardship. In view of this, Hipsters of Nature is collaborating with Global Peace Christian center at Old Ashongman to mentor children into waste ambassadors in their homes, schools and communities.
We have a pretty exciting line up of activities including recycled art crafts , urban gardening and entrepreneurship workshops. The workshop will be led by a guest facilitator, Genevieve Quarshie who is a fashion designer and an entrepreneur.
Where : Global peace Christian Center, Ablor Adjei Paint House, Old Ashongman.
Time : 11pm
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We can run workshops tailored for young people , schools, corporate institutions and universities.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call Beatrice on +233 243901994 or Divine on +233 209598897.
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US
”Your workshop with the kids was great and amazing, we would like you to come back to Keta again continue with them ” CEO OF MEET ME THERE ECOLODGE, Keta.
A thought provoking exhibition by Hipsters of Nature about sustainable packaging and plastic pollution opens at the Afia Beach hotel , Accra on the 21st April, 2018.
The exhibition entitled , ” Back to our roots” is part of a programme for Earth Day event scheduled on 21st April, 2018 at Afia Beach Hotel. https://www.facebook.com/Earth-Day-AccraMarch-for-Science-Accra-248519618885047/
The exhibition takes the viewer through the journey of packaging in Ghana from past to present generation through several installations. Additionally the exhibition highlights the importance of passing on eco -friendly values of old traditions to the younger generation
The Theme for this year’s World Earth Day is environment and climate literacy. Ghana cannot achieve its sustainable development goals without promoting environmental literacy of its citizens.
The United Nations reports that , every nation need to empower all its citizens in environmental literacy to ensure the protection of the environment. Environmental literacy must integrate socio-economic, practical and multi-disciplinary approaches to produce effective results.
Hipsters of Nature is joining hands with Women’s March in Ghana and Afia Beach for Accra’s version of World’s Earth Day. This year’s activity is unique as it gives the opportunity for participants to learn about current environmental issues in Ghana and engage them in community action.
Ocean trash is a serious pollution problem that affects the health of people, wildlife and local economies. Apart from causing choking hazards for marine life, it also defaces our beaches. No matter where we live, the ocean is our life support system. Coastal Cleanup Day is on 17th September. It is a day dedicated across the world to the improvement of beaches, coastal regions and surrounding areas throughout the world
Hipsters of Nature is teaming up with Afia Beach Hotel to help keep our ocean and waterways clean.
We are hosting a clean up exercise and fun games at the Afia Beach Hotel, located near Birth and Death Registry or MUSIGA on 17th September, 2016 from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment and is marked on 5th June every year.http://www.unep.org/stories/WorldEnvironmentDay/Stand-with-the-United-Nations-and-Angola.asp
The global theme for WED 2016 celebrations is :’The fight against the illegal trade in wildlife. The slogan is ,’go wild for Life’. In Ghana, the National theme for this year’s celebrations is, ‘Join the race to green Ghana and protect wildlife’.
The Carcass of a whale 13.5m whale washed ashore on Dansoman Beach in March 2016
If you are wondering how to celebrate World Environment Day with advocacy groups in Accra then check out the following activities :
- Tree Planting Exercise by the Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) on 3rd June, 2016 at 11a.m at 1st Battalion of Infantry, Michel Camp, Accra
- Osu Beach clean up by Action Accra on 4th June, 2016 at Osu Castle Beach.https://www.facebook.com/events/1009145319134020/
- Quiz competition among 5 schools organised by the EPA on 5th June, 2016 at 11a.m at 1st Battalion of Infantry, Michel Camp, Accra.
- Inauguration of the waste treatment plant at Nestle , Ghana on 6th June, 2016
- No Coal Power campaign by Ghana Youth Environment Movement on 6th June, 2016 at 9a.m.https://www.facebook.com/events/276723529331797/
- Greening Nima by Hipsters of Nature and German Cooperation on 11th June at Nima Community Library at 9:30a.m .https://www.facebook.com/events/1746860608878280/
Make every day World Environment Day!
Hipsters of Nature in collaboration with the German Cooperation and Mothers club of Nima is launching the Green Nima Movement Project on 11th June, 2016 at 9:30 a.m at Nima Community Library .
Mothers Club of Nima with Hipsters of Nature members being trained in construction of Multi storey gardens
The theme of the Green Nima Movement is on:’ Addressing poverty and malnutrition through Multi Storey Gardens’.
Hipsters of Nature is unvieling the new name of our bottle sculpture at Mawuli Senior High School.
Our bottle sculpture is now called the Sankofa bottle.The name Sankofa is an adinkra symbol. It is a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates as going back to take what is forgotten is not a taboo. We want to change the mind set of Ghanaians, to regard waste not as a problem but as a potential resource and promote the goal of a zero waste society. Currently, we have the Sankofa bottle at Alliance Française, Accra and Lycee’ International school at East Legon for collection of bottles. The collected bottles are recycled by Skyplast company and reused by Hipsters of Nature to demonstrate multi-storey gardens to students and households in Nima.
Mawuli Senior High School is the First runner for the national school climate change drawing contest toward COP 21. The program was sponsored by the European Union, British High Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Art work by 1st runner up and 2nd runner up respectively
Hipsters of Nature celebrates World Environment Day, every year in June. This year we are celebrating the day by promoting urban gardening and waste segregation.
We are inviting the public to join us in a walk to selected households in Nima that are participating in our multi-storey garden project.
Multi- Storey Garden refer to gardening in containers such as sacks, PET bottles or cans for minimising land and water use.
The event comes off on June 4, 2016 at Nima Community library at 10a.m and ends at 11a.m.The walk will be accompanied with a brassband. Come in your white tshirts, sneakers and a placard with a message.
Contact us on 0209598897 or 0501301638 for sponsorship and participation. Follow our face book event page via the link:https://www.facebook.com/events/1746860608878280/
Get involved. Spread the green movement message.
This is the 2nd Edition of Paillote Takpekpe event which was very successfully conceived and executed by Wanlov the Kubolor in collaboration with the Alliance Francaise. The event comes off on 24th February, 2016 at 7pm to 9pm at Alliance Française, Accra.
To be in the spirit you must come with a recycled accessory or recycled costume. Best guest costume/accessory wins a special prize.
For edutainment; Amateur Musicians, Filmmakers, Fashion Designers & Artists will be in live categorized competitions for cash prizes.
Individuals & Companies will come and present their environmentally conscious innovations & practices.