Urban pastoralism is a less discussed topic due to its rarity in cities and towns because of the lack of enough space to support such a livelihood.
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Climate change has not only enslaved women pastoralists but subjected them to continued retrogressive cultures such as Female Genital Mutilation
The effects of climate change are heavily felt among the pastoral communities because of their unique ways of life that almost entirely depend on natural resources
Both countries have a huge potential to venture into the wind, solar, geothermal, hydro, and biogas productions. However, lack of prior knowledge among the locals, corruption, and lack of funding are some of the evidenced hindrances.
The greatest concern in addressing climate change is how to minimize the amount of carbon being emitted into the atmosphere from different sources. One of the ways is using charcoal briquettes.
Climate strikes have gained a lot of consideration significant. To awaken the slow-paced governments, citizens, private and civil society, climate and conservation activists have had to hit the streets
Climate Change is a problem affected all across the globe. Therefore, everyone has a role to play. Enviro Wild will host a series of discussions by bringing on board different individuals involved in different activities that address climate change.
Trees play a crucial role in mitigating climate change. Tree planting can be done by anyone in any part of the world at any given time.
VIDEO- What do you know about green spaces? How significant are they to the urban dwellers, street families, and environment? What role do you play in ensuring their sustainability? How responsible are you when using parks, forests, gardens? What is your say?
As Keith says, technology, and not only the new technology is integral when it comes to exploiting and conserving natural resources. Notably, the indigenous knowledge should not be overlooked as it has been in existence for ages and is still fundamental in so many ways.