LETS MAKE THE PLANET GREEN AGAIN.

Musa Evelyn Kume
Posted May 12, 2021 from Nigeria

The world as we see it today is facing a lot of hazardous climate change which is as a result of our usual daily activities, knowingly and unknowingly. We take more than we give. We mine from its core, we cut down trees for different purposes, we tap from the solar energy, we eat from its abundance of plant. Look around you, how many trees can you see? Animals even go on extinction as a result of their habitat not being favorable. We live in an age where carbon monoxide is very abundant in the atmosphere, released through man- made inventions such as cars, generators, factories, power plants, non biodegradable materials, poor waste management, etc Trees actually play a very indispensable role in our lives. They fulfill our food, source of oxygen,fodder fuel, timber, fiber,medicinal needs, paper , clothes. They also help in mitigation of environmental pollution, some plants are also useful in noise control, restoration of degraded lands, removal of heavy metals from contaminated soil. They are also helpful in the maintenance of water level. It is however very vital, more than ever that trees fulfill their part in the environment and take some of the excess carbon emissions out of the air. With more carbon monoxide in the atmosphere, more of the sun rays/ radiation is being reflected back to earth. And why? It’s as a result of the ozone layer depletion. This causes our average temperature to rise, and also melts our poles. A bit of personal initiative can help start saving our ecosystem. We need to start somewhere of which I believe starts with you as an individual. It’s not that hard to figure out an eco friendly life. Let’s get more sensitized about our planet ,deforestation and afforestation. And also let’s see to it that the knowledge reaches our community at large, for both knowledge and information play a very important role here. ... Let’s put our hands together and save not just Nigeria, let’s save our home.

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Jill Langhus
May 12
May 12

Hello Musa,

Welcome to World Pulse! I agree with you 100% on individuals taking responsibility and that much more needs to be done. Do you have a NGO or vision for a better, greener future? There are a few of us green advocates on World Pulse. I'm happy to see one more, and looking forward to seeing more posts from you:-)

Amina Hanga
May 12
May 12

Hello Evelyn. I agree. People are not aware of the impact of climate and environment on People. We need to take care of our environment if we want it to take care of us.

Musa Evelyn Kume
May 12
May 12

Hello Jill
Thanks for going through my post.
Yes I do have an NGO I started in my community. It’s still in the baby stage though .
I’m looking forward to learn from other green advocates here on pulse and also from l you too ma’am.

Jill Langhus
May 14
May 14

Hi Musa,

You're welcome! Great! Good job. Do you have a social media page(s) to follow/like, or a website?

Here are some "green" sisters to follow:
https://www.worldpulse.com/community/users/greengirl#bio
https://www.worldpulse.com/user/41555/bio
https://www.worldpulse.com/community/users/wildkat
https://www.worldpulse.com/community/users/leonida

FYI, you will want to use the back arrow, when responding to comments, so that the commentators of your post get an automated email notification altering them to your comment, otherwise they won't know unless they revisit your post page.

Hope you have a great weekend.

Musa Evelyn Kume
May 14
May 14

Hello Jill,
Thank you for your consistent encouragement, I’ll sure follow them up . I do have social media handles .
Instagram @Green Ambassadors Global
Telegram @
t.me/greenambassadors
Twitter @ green ambassadors Global.

Jill Langhus
May 17
May 17

Hello there,

You're very welcome. Great! Let me know how it goes, and thanks for sharing your handles. I'm following you on Twitter now.

Hope you have a good week!

Musa Evelyn Kume
May 12
May 12

Hello amina,
We all need hands on deck on this one. We can start from our little ones at home, we should try and educate them the more about valuing and conserving the nature they see around them. We can teach them about appropriate waste disposal. We can also sensitize their teachers so as they can be taught in school. Thus they can grasp it from childhood and adopt it as their lifestyles. There are more ways we can go about it.

Susu Mohamed
May 13
May 13

Dear Musa,
welcome to world pulse I really enjoyed your post and I wish you the best in your project and new initiative.
Much love
susu

Musa Evelyn Kume
May 14
May 14

Hello susu,
You’re welcome. Seeing your comment encourages me and I hope and look forward to sharing more stories with you.
Thank you...

Nini Mappo
May 17
May 17

Hello Evelyn,
I love your call to action. Welcome to World Pulse. It is refreshing to meet a climate activist from Africa, because economic survival which tends to be at the centre of African issues is intertwined with climate justice but we often forget. Thank you for caring.