Energy, Environment & Climate Change (EECC)

Human population needs clean energy, environment and favorable climate for domestic use, shelter and work respectively. Nevertheless, as the world enters a second year of Covid-19 pandemic, both statistical data and real-time analysis confirms high demands for clean energy, high cases of carbon emissions and rapid climatic change. In statistical sense, 1.5 billion tons and possible dire warming estimate to global carbon emission.

Likewise, high cases of environmental degradation and destruction has been recorded mainly from human related activities such as farming, charcoal burning, logging and artisanal mining. All these statistics has a lot to do with global health and economies.

With due respect, we galvanize synergies to sensitize locals, collaborate with clean energy agencies, championed for regenerative agriculture, advocate for adoption of proven and eco-friendly technologies, plan trees and engage smallholders on forest-based conservation practices, and do need-based advocacy for programs and policies.