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youcoul380



Registered: December 2011
City/Town/Province: Bamako
Posts: 2
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DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
The environmental protection is a duty for each of the seven hundred billion people
that populate the only planet livable by humans around the new sun.
The comfort, luxury etc ... are elements that every soul longs for; a vacation paradise in this world.
In no case need is not necessary to man, as has been underlined by the great Greek philosopher Epicurus, and we must not impair its future.
The industry is at the root of all this tragedy and continues to achieve its ambitions,
which is still a problem.
As African candidates, we will discuss our own problems more
particularly in our country Mali, especially since it is on the continent most affected by impacts of global warming.
This is where deserts are growing at speeds of bailiffs (the Sahara), in these days the waters dry up (Lake Chad), where the rains are more appointments (Eastern States: Somalia, Ethiopia etc. ..).
Our lot is really bothering us as a problem and we hope to quickly find a solution by regulating the dye commonly called the "gala" and sewage family.
The gala is a chemical that contains toxic substances and is
very harmful to all users and our environment. Unfortunately, it is used on all forms like laundry to the old me who is the leader of the group cling to what is really changing.
But listening is an issue of the RFI (French radio) on the environment that I knew that there is a competition
of the United States on the environment through it I thought to find an opportunity to achieve what I thought was best for my company,
making me join two friends to form the group.
The function of the gala is growing since the past three decades since in Mali (14 million) there is no clothing
more luxurious than the colorful Bazin Bazin (it's kind of hard tissue). It is imported all white so that it is all the value it has to be colorful.
A colorful embroidered bazin can cost $600.
This coloration is long in homes, streets to markets
squares at the edges of rivers anywhere now since the function is increasing
nya and that no modernization, the wastewater is around the rivers.
The toxic colored water under the feet of passers-by is not pure but the smell
that is stifling even the time to take photos on the edge of the Niger River (the second largest river in the whole of Africa after the Nile) in the city just behind the Spanish Embassy in Badalabougou. The smell was unbearable if we could really
do something that will make us great pleasure in this case imagine these waters in
public ditches that are directly paid to the Niger River without treatment. The peak at this level is that they dye the river in the city
and once made use of waste are poured into the river (the result of fish that float on the river)
in addition to the suffering of the neighboring population and destruction of dyers.
Environmental dyers are most obviously suffering from cancer too
because dyes are very toxic, which release the same greenhouse gas emissions that is the destroyer of our famous ozone layer
We do not want the jobs because all the stops in Mali enjoy this benefit but
it is modernized and regulated.
We note that in the case of manufacturing traditional hygiene
industrial companies is regulated by the Malian government as they do not
give enough credit to those areas that are handmade by over by most practicing
many of the workforce.
Younoussa Coulibaly degree level student in the Faculty of Law and Political Science
the University of Bamako an area that will help me well in my struggle for citizenship has insisted on this.
We chose this topic because he is not an issue but I found I wanted to fight Younoussa
this problem one day and now I think that the path will be easy with the help of Nicodemus Wilderness Project.
Mali is a poor country, the State expressly leaves or inability of certain acts
the population such as piracy, poor families throw their waste water on
streets or put their trenches outside their homes (the source of the increase
mosquitoes). Some of these offenses are often tolerated or luted in vain.
But these water toilets are everywhere even in
streets that deviates not to be sullied difference in water toilet wastewater gala are toxic, polluting and environmentally destructive, it destroys the natural flora and specifically the ozone layer. Despite these benefits that we all love
we have pictures of the finished product of the gala, but the way it is must to see.
The gala brings a lot of money to its producers and many people use.
Despite the money he makes as many unemployed people do not because of manufacturing conditions and disease it brings.
In addition to treating wastewater Gala by dyers before throwing them away or throw them in safer places and every family should have its own pit storage of wastewater. This is what the State had already ordered
in 2001 but has not ended, or that the state itself, but an on-site underground sewage pipe as
pipe tap with this we are sure that Mali is a country without malaria.
We took pictures on this issue as to justify the severity of the situation.
Control of malaria will always be empty ditches covered with mosquito
behind our windows, under our feet.
Mali is a landlocked country, crossed by the rivers Niger and Senegal as well as several
tributaries to these waters in drinking water box of pus are being used by many Malians
because any kind of water is thrown into our rivers without treatment outside the water supplied by the energy of Mali
does not undergo sufficient treatment by filtering and adding bleach.
Instead of focusing more drinkable water to be treated well, we believe that we must set
focus on treating water flowing on the river that any kind of toxic to
Because of these ways does the Niger River abounds over the same amount of fish there
30 years. There is simply a lack of initiative on reform of the situation at the state and the population.
We have young people wanting our stone made buildings for
the protection of the environment.
Your initiative is to congratulate ourselves that welcome.
The universality of the competition is also cheering to the extent that we can not
continentally protect the environment, but universally. We intend to really solve these problems
previously raised sooner or later we hope to also win. We are three in number: Younoussa Coulibaly, 21, student; Khadidiatou Baradji, 14, student and Hamidou Coulibaly, 20 students also. PO Box 380 Bamako Mali Massa Baradji under cover. Email: youcoul@yahoo.fr or youcoul@hotmail.fr
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Hours Volunteered: 10
Volunteers: 3
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 14 & 20 to 21
Area Restored for Native Wildlife (hectares): 4
Trash Removed/Recycled from Environment (kg): 3
Native Trees Planted: 50
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youcoul380

Registered: December 2011
City/Town/Province: Bamako
Posts: 2
December 30, 2011 11:45am

DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
The environmental protection is a duty for each of the seven hundred billion people
populate the only planet livable by humans around the new sun.
the comfort, luxury etc ... are elements that every soul longs for a vacation paradise in this world.
In no case need not necessary to man as has been underlined by the great Greek philosopher Epicurus old, must not impair its future.
The industry is at the root of all this tragedy continues to achieve its ambitions
which is still a problem.
As we African candidates, we will discuss our own problems more more
particularly in our country Mali, especially since it is the continent most affected impacts of global warming
where deserts at speeds of bailiffs (the Sahara), in these days the waters dry up (Lake Chad), where the rains are more appointments (Eastern States: Somalia, Ethiopia etc. ..) .
Our lot is really bothering us as a problem and hope to quickly find a solution by regulating these areas are the dye commonly called the "gala" and sewage family.
The gala is a chemical that contains toxic substances which the misuse is
very harmful to users and our environment all. Unfortunately it is used on all forms
like laundry to the old me who is the leader of the group cling to what is really changing.
But listening is an issue of the RFI (French radio) on the environment that I knew that there is a competition
of the United States on the environment through it I thought to find an opportunity to achieve what I thought was best for my company
making me join two friends to form the group.
The function of the gala is growing since the past three decades while Mali (14 million) There is no clothing
more luxurious than the colorful Bazin Bazin (it's kind of hard tissue) is imported all white so that it is all the value it has to be colorful.
A colorful embroidered bazin well can cost $ 600.
This coloration is long in homes, streets to markets
squares at the edges of rivers anywhere now since the function is increasing
nya and that no modernization, the wastewater is around the rivers.
The toxic colored water under the feet of passers-by is not pure but the smell
that is stifling even the time to take photos on the edge of the Niger River (the second largest river in the whole of Africa after the Nile.) in the city just behind the Spanish Embassy in Badalabougou the smell was unbearable if we could really
do something that will make us great pleasure in this case imagine these waters in
public ditches that are directly paid to the Niger River without treatment and
peak at this level is that they dye the river in the city
and once made use of waste are poured into the river (the result of fish that float on the river)
in addition to the suffering of the neighboring population and destruction of dyers
environmental dyers most obviously suffering from cancer to
because dyes are very toxic, which release the same greenhouse gas emissions that is the destroyer of our famous ozone layer
We do not want the job because all the stops in Mali enjoy this benefit but
it is modernized and regulated.
We note that in the case of manufacturing traditional hygiene
industrial companies is regulated by the Malian government as they do not
not enough credit to those areas that are handmade by over by most practicing
many of the workforce.
Younoussa Coulibaly degree level student in the Faculty of Law and Political Science
the University of Bamako an area that will help me well in my struggle for citizenship has insisted on this.
We chose this topic because he is not an issue but I found I wanted to fight Younoussa
this problem one day and now I think that the path will be easy with the help of Nicodemus Wilderness Project.
Mali is a poor country, the State expressly leaves or inability of certain acts
the population such as piracy, poor families throw their waste water on
streets or put their trenches outside their homes (the source of the increase
mosquitoes). Some of these offenses are often tolerated or luted in vain.
But these water toilets are everywhere even in
streets that deviates not to be sullied difference in water toilet wastewater gala are toxic, polluting and environmentally destructive, it destroys the natural flora and specifically the ozone layer. Despite these benefits that we all love
we have pictures of the finished product of the gala, but the way it is must to see.
The gala brings a lot of money to its producers and many people use.
Despite the money he makes as many unemployed people do not because of manufacturing conditions and disease it brings.
In addition to treating wastewater Gala by dyers before throwing them away or throw them in safer places and every family should have its own pit storage of wastewater that the State had already ordered
in 2001 but has not ended, or that the state itself, but an on-site underground sewage pipe as
pipe tap with this we are sure that Mali is a country without malaria
We took pictures on this issue as to justify the severity of the situation.
control of malaria will always be empty ditches covered with mosquito
behind our windows, under our feet.
Mali is a landlocked country, crossed by the rivers Niger and Senegal as well as several
tributaries to these waters in drinking water box of pus are being used by many Malians
because any kind of water is thrown into our rivers without treatment outside the water supplied by the energy of Mali
does not undergo sufficient treatment by filtering and adding bleach.
Instead of focusing more drinkable water to be treated well, but we believe that we must set
focus on treating water flowing on the river that any kind of toxic to
Because of these ways does the Niger River abounds over the same amount of fish there
30 years. There is simply a lack of initiative on reform of the situation at the state and the population.
We have young people wanting our stone made buildings
the protection of the environment.
Your initiative is to congratulate ourselves that welcome.
The universality of the competition is also cheering to the extent that we can not
continentally protect the environment, but universally. We intend to really solve these problems
previously raised sooner or later we hope to also win. We are three in number: Younoussa Coulibaly, 21, student; Khadidiatou Baradji, 14, student and Hamidou Coulibaly, 20 students also. PO Box 380 Bamako Mali Massa Baradji under cover. Email: youcoul@yahoo.fr or youcoul@hotmail.fr.