A special day for the environment – June 5th
World Environment day marks a special day. It highlights the importance of the environment we live in. We need to take the time to always celebrate nature. The environment connects to us and supports us in every essence. We need to support our environment. Humans are creatures on earth that mold the environment. The environment is for physical sustenance. It is part and parcel of our existence. It molds us. It gives an opportunity for moral intellectual and spiritual growth,
The evolution of the human race on the planet with the rapid science and technology acceleration allows man the power to transform the environment in endless ways.
The protection of the environment affects the well-being of people as well as economic development in the world. June 5th was designated as world environment day by the United Nations.
Celebrating world environment day is an opportunity to broaden enlightenment and responsible conduct by enterprises, communities, and individuals. It started in 1974 and is a global platform of a public outreach celebrated everywhere in the world
People and Nature – The ‘true love’ connection
World environment day has a central theme on pressing environmental issues, the theme for 2017 is about connecting people to nature.
It ignites an urge to be outdoors and appreciate the beauty of nature. We intimately depend on nature. We find fun in nature and the experience allows us to cherish the relationship.
Many in rural settings touch base every day close to nature and can appreciate dependence on nature to provide livelihoods with fertile soil and natural water.
Pollution, overexploitation and climate changes alter ecosystems. When ecosystems are threatened, all are affected.
The gifts of nature cannot be valued in monetary terms, clean air is taken for granted until it is scarce.
Sustainable Development 2030 Agenda states the resolve to ensure the protection of natural resources on the planet.
Environmental Projects in Tanzania
There initiatives of connecting people to nature in Tanzania, the beginning of creation are interesting waves in the current day millennium.
An East African Community initiative, LVEMP, is a regional initiative that is coordinated by LVBC, the Lake Victoria Basin Commission. It is implemented in the five East African states Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda
Rau Eco Tourism marked a celebration of world environment day with litter pick ups in the Rau forest reserve and celebrated in appreciation of the forest
Raleigh International funded by the OAK Foundation initiated a ‘Youth for Green Growth’ project that supports youth action for environmental and social advocacy in the Tanzania region. This in turn, promotes an advancement for the agenda of green growth, contributing to the global sustainable development goals.
The project involves experiential training and learning opportunities, as well as the support of organization strengthening of youth-led societies that enable the youth of Tanzanian to address environmental and social developmental issues at grassroots and at a national level.
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