Climate change and environmental degradation is having serious adverse effects on human life and environmentalists globally believe that mitigation should start now. In Uganda this audacious task is being built around children, who, according to various environmental activists, are the custodians of planet earth.
To spread the gospel further, Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) last month, Saturday 22nd April, at their school campus joined the rest of the world to celebrate Earth Day, a global movement championing conservation of a green environment.
The daylong celebration was spear headed by My Kid is A superstar and Uganda's Little hands Go Green who organized the 4th annual International Children Climate Change Conference. The conference under the theme ‘Environmental and climate Literacy’ attracted four schools from Kigali, Rwanda.
Delegates from Kigali joined their Ugandan hosts at KISU to debate, suggest and find a solution to protecting the environment. The youngster suggested various ways to mitigate climate change, strongly advocating for the planting of trees, avoiding deforestation and formulation of strong laws to curb activities that are a danger to climate.
The event was graced by the State Minister for environment, Deputy director National management authority, National water and sewerage cooperation, Kampala Capital city Authority Deputy director education sourcing Managing director the corporate company that funded the trip of the Green Ambassador from Kigali.
Delegates were treated to a dinner by Rwanda's ambassador to Uganda at Silver Spring’s Hotel where he officiated the handover of certificate of participation to the children. We bring you some of the pictures taken at as kids celebrated Earth Day.
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