What does environment service?

  • Fight poachers
  • Identify actions linked with youth activities
  • Organize the planting of trees
  • Promote the utilization of sustainable resources
  • Teach youth in schools about the environment
  • Provide new skills in renewable energy
  • Provide skills in rice production

  • We promote the Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems in our region byencouraging work that spans these ecosystems. We organize forum/presentation in which all aspects of the conservation of aquatic resources can be presented and discussed enabling greater cooperation and efficiency in solving problems in aquatic resource conservation.

    Renewable Energies

    Today, almost all human activity is critically dependent on energy produced from fossil fuels. Even as the economy scales new technological heights, the energy that powers it is condemning it to death. This fundamental contradiction is no mere Cassandran prophecy, but a truth arising from the operation of the laws of nature. The simple fact is that all economic activity relies on the physical and chemical conversion of materials from one form into another, and the conversion of fuels into the energy needed to distribute and consume the resultant products. Energy and raw materials are the fundament of our economies, their nervus rerum, or "nerve of all things". This nervus rerum is the real "ghost in the machine" (Arthur Koestler).

    The faster the pace of the current global economy, the faster it rushes towards disaster:

  • The energy we use in producing, delivering and consuming materials is overwhelmingly derived from fossil sources crude oil, natural gas and coal, together with nuclear power from uranium.
  • Fossil resources primarily crude oil and minerals are the most important raw materials for the industrial manufacture of finished and semi-finished goods.

  • In the world, more than three billion people still depend on food cooked over polluting open fires and inefficient stoves, using fuels such as wood, charcoal, coal, and kerosene. The toxic emissions from these cooking fires cause dramatic health, climate, economic, and environmental impacts, including some four million deaths each year "Clean Cooking Alliance". Women and girls, who are disproportionately affected, often spend hours each day cooking, inhaling toxic smoke, and gathering fuel. Cooking is also a leading cause of air pollution, responsible for up to 25 percent of outdoor air pollution in some countries.

    Our department works and promotes Clean Cooking in rural areas, the development of clean energies, distribution and consistent use of cleaner, more efficient cookstoves and fuels in regions. We are interested in the positive social and environmental impacts. Fuel accounts for the majority of consumer spending when it comes to cooking, and our organization's goals reflects the importance of scaling access to the whole range of clean cooking and energy approaches.