National ENO coordinators promote and spread information about ENO activities in their countries and are in contact with their national educational bodies or networks. They are responsible that ENO material will be translated in their national languages. National coordinators send their annual reports to ENO headquarters by the end of each year. Coordinators do this on voluntary basis, they are not to be paid. Coordinators in developing countries are to be supported for their participation in ENO conferences.
Our biggest project now is 100 million trees by 2017. The biggest conference in ENO history will take place in June 2017 in Finland where we aim to get participants from at least 100 countries.
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