The LIFE Climate Foundation Liechtenstein offered insights into its projects at the start of July. During an event, the Liechtenstein-based climate foundation presented a series of innovative and future-oriented projects with an emphasis on sustainable development.

At the start of July, the LIFE Climate Foundation Liechtenstein presented the organization as a whole in addition to the projects it is working on. During an event, the foundation offered more profound insights into a number of projects for sustainable development, further details of which can be found in a press release issued by climate foundation. The Autonomous River Cleanup project is cited as one such example in the press release. For this, plastic particles are removed from waterways. In the UNICEF project YOMA, young people are given an opportunity to gain ecological and social influence and acquire professional skills. The Waterfootprint Liechtenstein project, which was initiated by the foundation in conjunction with the organization Drink & Donate, has already facilitated access to clean water for 58,000 people.

The work of the LIFE Climate Foundation Liechtenstein is geared towards promoting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In particular, the climate foundation is committed to promoting quality education, clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, climate action, life on land, partnerships for the goals, as well as sustainable industry, innovation and infrastructure. “Small states like Liechtenstein in particular must act as role models and assume responsibility, regardless of their size”, comments Daniel Risch, Prime Minister of Liechtenstein and President of the Foundation Council, in the press release. The purpose of the event was to lend a voice to the foundation’s projects and to raise awareness of the UN SDGs.

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