Green activism and inter-ethnic friendships

  • 1998-08-06
  • Rebecca Santana
PALDISKI - Ten days of picking up garbage, cutting barbed wire and saving the environment is not every teenager's dream vacation, but that's exactly what a group of 16 teenagers from Schwering, a town in the northern part of Germany, did.The young volunteers came from Germany as part of an environmental clean up camp that has been working in the former military town of Paldiski, south along the coast from Tallinn."All these military things that were here, this iron, they make it clean," said Silja Kasmann, who works with the Paldiski Town Council and has been serving as leader, interpreter ...
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