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Category: Climate Action

Small Ideas | Global Impact

HIRED Consult partners Ghana Wildlife Society and others to mark World Environment Day 2020

Accra, June 8 – HIRED Consult joined HOST, The Ghana Wildlife Society, and other partners including Birdlife International (the largest conservation body in the world), the Environment Protection (EPA) Agency, Let’s Do It in a biodiversity backyard challenge and webinar to commemorate this year’s World Environment Day (WED) 2020. This year’s United Nations World Environment…
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VOTM leads the Youth in Diaspora

…I’ve got this drive to make an impact on society now and not later because every action we take now either builds or destroys the future and for that reason if we want a better future it MUST BE NOW.

“Save Me NOW!” says Earth

Celebrate Earth Day by appreciating and respecting nature. Earth Day continues to grow as a worldwide phenomenon focused on promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike. Celebrating Earth Day serves as a conscious reminder of how fragile our planet is and how important it to SAVE it NOW from…
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First UN-Accredited Climate Change Teacher From Ghana

JOHN AGGREY from Ghana is now the 1st Climate Change Teacher accredited by UN to achieve this fete. A Social Intrapreneur, full of energy with his whole life supporting causes of serving Humanity!

Feed The Change #MAIZE

The Many Benefits of Zea mays MAIZE is absolutely a remarkable crop. By planting just one seed of maize, you get over 500 kernels in return at harvest. A big bang on investment! Maize (Zea mays), also known as corn, is a cereal grain which is used for many different purposes. Maize grows best in…
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Backyard Gardening. Feed The Change #BeGreen

This project is a social advocacy to raise awareness and encourage more people especially the Youth into backyard gardening (farming). Growing our own food opens up a great learning opportunity thereby reduces the pressure on the environment by commercial agriculture. Start small and plant things you’d really like to eat. Backyard gardening (farming) to me…
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