How to Protect Your Environment: Video from Grenada Environment Protection Clipart
Posted September 13, 2018 10:25:06 The Grenada government has released the first video in a series of public events aimed at educating citizens about the challenges they face in protecting the environment in the country.
The video, which was created by the Grenada Government’s Environment Protection Committee, will be released on Wednesday, September 18.
It was produced by the government’s Environment and Energy Protection Department and will be available on the department’s website and YouTube.
“In the past year, the Grenadian people have been faced with numerous environmental challenges, such as severe drought, increased CO2 emissions, and the threat of sea level rise, which threatens to affect many coastal areas,” said Minister of Environment and Climate Change Peter Brown.
“We must ensure that Grenada is protected and resilient to these environmental challenges in the long-term.”
The video aims to inform the public about the environmental challenges facing the island nation and help them understand the potential of a future climate change scenario.
It will be produced by a team of journalists and environmental professionals from across the country who have spent the past two months working with the government and its departments to develop a comprehensive video that will serve as a useful tool for Grenadians, said Environment Minister of the Environment, David Poujou.
“This is a really important opportunity to provide citizens with some of the information that they need to be aware of the issues that we are facing, and it is really important that people are aware of these risks and how to deal with them.”
The new video will be published by the Government’s website on Tuesday, September 19.
The release comes amid a heated debate in the United Kingdom over whether the country should remain in the European Union, which is seen as the best option for the island.
A report by the Independent Council of the United Nations Environment Programme says the EU’s environmental protection is “not credible” and has led to “significant deterioration” in environmental quality and quality of life in the UK.
The report is expected to be released this week.
“The UK is not a particularly environmentally friendly country, it’s not the only country, but it’s the only one that we’re going to be talking about in the next couple of weeks, so I think this is a very important moment for us to speak up about the EU and what we’re looking at, and what is happening,” said Environment Commissioner, Chris Morgan, who led the group of experts.
“It’s important to highlight the importance of our country being a member of the EU.
We’re not leaving the EU, we’re getting back in. “
But we’re not going to leave.
We’re not leaving the EU, we’re getting back in.
It’s very clear, we have to keep our foot on the gas pedal.”
A separate report by Environment and Environment Minister, David Jones, found that in 2017, there were more than 50,000 cases of the coronavirus in the Grenadian economy, and that the cost of preventing the spread of the virus was expected to cost the economy more than £2 billion.
He also said that the Grenadan government is working to develop the country’s largest new coal-fired power station, which will be constructed at a cost of £2.5 billion.
The Government is also investing in an international research centre that will work to develop strategies to combat climate change.
The Grenadan Government said it is working with other nations to identify more ways to combat CO2 pollution in the island’s environment.
“I’m very proud of the work that our environment protection team is doing, and I’m sure that other countries will follow the same track,” said David Brown, the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communications.
That will be a really positive thing, that will be an environmental good for us.”