Long Beach-Yokkaichi Sister City Association

Environ. Summit

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ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMIT PROGRAM

HISTORY

In 2007 former Yokkaichi Mayor Tetsuo Inoue proposed that a delegation of Long Beach students travel to Yokkaichi to discuss environmental problems and solutions with students from Japan and China in cooperation with the Port of Long Beach and other environmental groups. 

Each summer four students and a chaperone from Long Beach take part in this annual environmental summit.

Expenses, including round-trip airfare, are the responsibility of the students and chaperone.  All applicants must have a current passport and have no visible tattoos.

Please contact Bonnie Stoeppelman, Environmental Chair with questions at Yokkaichi@SharpHOA.com or Bonnie@SharpHOA.com or 310-514-1377.

 

WATCH THIS SITE IN DECEMBER 2017 - FEBRUARY 2018 FOR APPLICATIONS AND INFORMATION..

Please contact Bonnie Stoeppelman, Environmental Chair, with questions at Yokkaichi@SharpHOA.com or
Bonnie@SharpHOA.com or 310-514-1377.

2017 Environmental Summit Students

2017 ES Team2

Jason Sun, K.C. Hunt, Cassidy Hunt,
and Gisela Martinez.
Not pictured: Chaperone / Advisor Professor Elaine Bernal.

2017 ES - Tea Plantation2

Jason Sun, Gisela Martinez, Chaperone / Advisor Professor Elaine Bernal, Cassidy Hunt, and KC Hunt
at a tea plantation.

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