August 4, 2013
The election of the Plant-for-the-Planet Global Boards has just started and you can participate by voting for your preferred representatives.
There are two Global Boards: one for the Children’s Initiative for children aged from 8 to 14 and one for the Youth Initiative, for young people aged from 15 to 21 years. The children and youth determine the future development of Plant-for-the-Planet and develop their own action plans in order to promote the Plant-for-the-Planet Initiative in their countries.
Do you want to vote?
If you are between 8 and 21 years old, register now as a voter!
After your registration you will automatically receive an e-mail with your personal voting password as well as the link to the voting website (if you don´t receive an e-mail, please check your spam folder or make sure that the email address you have given is correct).
Please login onto our website with your e-mail address and your password and vote for your preferred representatives. You need to choose one candidate for each region and submit your vote by clicking the button below: “Submit my Votes”.
You can vote until 19 April. In a second round from 20 – 27 April, the presidents and vice presidents of the Global Boards will be elected.
Plant-for-the-Planet needs you and your participation to push the initiative forward! Tell your friends and encourage them to participate as well!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to us.
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