ECOWEB360, a non-governmental organization, said joint efforts by stakeholders are needed to ensure that the environment is maintained and managed for human survival.
ECOWEB360 added that the complex challenges posed by global warming and climate change need to be tackled head-on by everyone.
The Chief Coordinator of ECOWEB360, Mr. Olajumoke Adeseko, made the call while donating to two secondary schools in Akure, Akure Commercial School and Akure Islamic High School, under the auspices of the Royal Commonwealth Society Bath Branch. Multiplied by
Akure Commercial Secondary School received 100 gmelina seedlings and five 25 liter soft pedal bins while Akure Muslim High School received 60 gmelina saplings and one 25 liter soft pedal bin.
Mr. Adeseko, who was represented by the group’s environmental director, Mrs. Bola Olaboe, said the serious effects of climate change were rippled through many aspects of life and hence the need to address the threat of climate change. It pointed out.
She said, “The impacts of climate change extend to health, habitats, and economies. This unwelcome cascade of impacts includes intensified disease outbreaks, intensified rainfall, flash flooding, soil degradation, and loss of life and property.” It manifests itself as loss and disruption of livelihoods leading to insecurity.
“In our collective struggle to meet these challenges, we must recognize the transcendent nature of our responsibilities, which transcend individual and governmental boundaries.
“ECOWEB360’s overarching objective remains fostering a sustainable environment. Our efforts also extend to educational and health institutions, where we foster environmental dialogue, engage in tree-planting activities, and distribute critical sanitation equipment. has been promoted.
In his remarks, the Ekiti State Coordinator of ECOWEB360, Mr. Ayodele Adeyanju, said the organization’s motive is to save the environment from the ravages of climate change.
“ECOWEB360 is an environmental foundation that deals with environmental sustainability in our society. If you look at nature, it is being depleted and the big challenge is climate change.
Lives and property were lost, and some schools lost their roofs. Some people beg me to come and give them tree seedlings, including trash cans. We ensure that cleanliness is a priority in our society. We need to manage our waste. We will go to all available corners of religious communities and society to achieve this objective,” he said.
Mr Adeyanju said the organization would ensure that its projects were monitored to ensure they were being used properly.