“Almost half the world’s 2.2 billion children are already at “extremely high risk” from the impacts of the climate crisis and pollution, according to a report from Unicef. The UN agency’s head called the situation “unimaginably dire”.”https://t.co/ePulQ6SDph

"Almost half the world’s 2.2 billion children are already at “extremely high risk” from the impacts of the climate crisis and pollution, according to a report from Unicef. The UN agency’s head called the situation “unimaginably dire”."https://t.co/ePulQ6SDph — EARTHDAY.ORG (@EarthDay) August 20, 2021

I am unfazed: Lamu activist who fought for Lappset victims

Tuesday, May 04, 2021 By Kalume Kazungu Reporter Nation Media Group What you need to know: Raya Famau Ahmed’s career in activism has cost her lifetime opportunities, but she does not regret. She quit her job at the Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi to go back to Lamu and engage in social and environmental activism. Through theirContinue reading “I am unfazed: Lamu activist who fought for Lappset victims”

Environmental Sustainability.

Environmental Sustainability as a topic in international studies is most often considered in the context of oriented Sustainable development. Defination and application, environmental sustainability is defined a responsible interaction with the environment to avoid depletion or degradation of natural resources and allow for long term environmental quality. Environmental Sustainability is concerned with whether environmental resourcesContinue reading “Environmental Sustainability.”

News Feature: The best strategy for using trees to improve climate and ecosystems? Go natural

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Starting in 1985, 20 years of regeneration transformed barren, degraded land in the African Burkina Faso village of Ranawa into a fertile farm. Image credit: Chris Reij (World Resources Institute, Washington, DC). Despite big headlines and big money devoted to massive tree-planting projects that pledge to stave off desertification, the most…

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For Man to have a better place today and for the future generations, it is for me and you to protect the environment and nature. Environmental sustainability is responsibly interacting with the Planet to maintain natural resources, sustainability here looks to protect our environment, human and ecological health. Together, let’s stand for a better Today,Continue reading “About”

ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION — Gacheche

Conservation of environment simply indicates the sustainable use as well as management of natural resources which include wildlife, water, air, and earth deposits. In current circumstances, there is increased human activities due to explosion of human population and degradation of habitats which caused many species that were formerly common to decline to near extinction. ThereContinue reading “ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION — Gacheche”

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