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Award Ceremony

Date:
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Time:
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Type:
Fundraiser
Organizer/Author:
Bruce
Location Details:
Seven Hills Conference Center, on the campus of CSU San Francisco.

For IMMEDIATE RELEASE-
Press contact:
Charles Stegiel
Action for Nature
E-mail: bruce [at] actionfornature.org
Phone: +1 415 425 8793

Eco-Heroes Receive Awards for Exceptional Global Environmental Campaigns-
Action for Nature, http://actionfornature.org/home.aspx,


SAN FRANCISCO, On Saturday October 24, 2015 – Environmental activism is getting a boost from kid power. Action for Nature (AFN) will recognize extraordinary International Young Eco-Heroes at their 13th Consecutive Awards Banquet from 2:00-5:00 PM in the Seven Hills Conference Center, on the campus of CSU San Francisco.

This Awards Banquet celebrates the activism of youth. 7 of these extraordinary children are from outside the United States, 2 from Africa, 1 from South Korea, 1 from India, 1 from the UAE, 1 from Australia and 1 from New Zealand. 13 other eco-heroes are from the United States. In all, 7 of the winners will attened.

All of the Activists are available for interviews by phone and email. One of our honorees from India, Aarushee Nair, will be available by email immediately and also will be attending.

This is the 13th consecutive year AFN recognized inspirational youth from around the globe helping to create a better future for our planet by taking actions to address tough environmental problems. Achievements of this year’s winners ranged from preserving wildlife habitats, to inventions, to water way clean up, working to increase habitat and survival opportunities for birds and sea turtles, and signage for the visually impaired to help them enjoy Nature.
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