It’s never hard to be green
Protect our environment and the right to safe sound and balance ecology!
“More than 2 million annual deaths and billions of cases of diseases are attributed to pollution. All over the world, people experience the negative effects of environmental degradation ecosystems decline, including water shortage, fisheries depletion, natural disasters due to deforestation and unsafe management and disposal of toxic and dangerous wastes and products. Indigenous peoples suffer directly from the degradation of the ecosystems that they rely upon for their livelihoods. Climate change is exacerbating many of these negative effects of environmental degradation on human health and wellbeing and is also causing new ones, including an increase in extreme weather events and an increase in spread of malaria and other vector born diseases. These facts clearly show the close linkages between the environment and the enjoyment of human rights, and justify an integrated approach to environment and human rights.” -UN Environment Program (UNEP)
Safe, balance and healthy environment is essential to the realisation of human rights not only of the present but of the future generation. Each of us depends on protecting the environment as the resource base for all life.
INFORM, INSPIRE THE YOUTH TO ACT!
Our CALL FOR GOVERNMENT- IT’S NEVER HARD TO BE GREEN!
• Protect our environment and the right to safe sound and balance ecology!
• Enact the 3 GREEN Bills! (AMMB, NALUA and FRB)
Our CALL FOR the YOUTH- IT’S NEVER HARD TO BE GREEN!
• Assert and defend human rights and the environment!
• Defend the Environment! Be an environmental human rights defender!
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Website @ https://itsneverhardtobegreen.wordpress.com/
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