Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Abibimman Foundation call for the protects of biodiversity




PRESS STATEMENT

International Day for Biological Diversity: theme is “Water and Biodiversity”

DATE: 22 May, 2013

This year’s theme speaks to the important role of biodiversity and ecosystems in providing for water security, 

Join Abibimman Foundation, Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP-Ghana),AYICC and IDAY- Ghana to celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity by Campaign in your community’s for the protects of biodiversity and avoid wasting food and getting your place dirty

Ecosystem components is the major influences on water include forests, grasslands, wetlands and soils; working together to deliver water security the benefits at local, regional and global scales

The impacts of climate change occur primarily through changes in the water cycle and this influence on ecosystems. Ecosystem based approaches are therefore a primary response for adapting to climate change and this is largely about managing water.

 Ecosystems are natural water infrastructure that can serve the same purpose as built or physical infrastructure, such as dams and water treatment plants; natural and built water infrastructure can be managed together to achieve sustainable outcomes, increasing efficiency, reducing costs and delivering significant co-benefits. These are win-win outcomes between environment and development.

On this day we call for collaboration among governments, NGO, Individuals, policymakers, horticulturalists, landowners, youth and recreationists to protect biodiversity

Abibimman Foundation, AYICC –Ghana, GCAP-Ghana and IDAY-Ghana, We believe educating the general public and raising awareness on biodiversity protects is the most cost-efficient and effective method against invasive alien species and achieve the millennium Development Goals through biodiversity

Kenneth Nana Amoateng 
Chief Executive Officer 
Abibiman Foundation