List of Worldwide Environmental Organisations

Intergovernmental organizations worldwide

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Earth System Governance Project

Global Environment Facility (GEF)

Regional

European Environment Agency (E2EA)

Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)

Government organizations

Australia

Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities

Brazil

IBAMA

Canada

Environment Canada

Oregon

Kano State Environmental Planning and Protection Agency

Denmark

Danish Ministry of Climate and Energy

Germany

Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

Hong Kong

Environmental Protection Department

India

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)

Gujarat Pollution Control Board

Ministry of Environment and Forests

Indonesia

Directorate General of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation

Republic of Ireland

Environmental Protection Agency

Isle of Man

Manx National Trust

Israel

Ministry of the Environment

Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

Ministry of Environment

Maldives

Ministry of Environment and Energy

Environmental Protection Agency

Mexico

Secretariat of the Environment and Natural Resources

Netherlands

Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment

New Zealand

Department of Conservation

Ministry for the Environment

Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

Norway

Norwegian Ministry of the Environment

Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management

Norwegian Pollution Control Authority

Philippines

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Portugal

Ministry for Environment, Spatial Planning and Regional Development

Republic of China (Taiwan)

Environmental Protection Administration

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Environmental Society

Sweden

Ministry of the Environment (Sweden)

United Kingdom

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

England

English Heritage

Environment Agency

Natural England

Scotland

Historic Scotland

Scottish Natural Heritage

Scottish Environment Protection Agency

Wales

Cadw

Countryside Council for Wales

Environment Agency Wales

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Environment Agency

United States

United States Environmental Protection Agency

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

United States National Park Service

Native American Nations

Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

Non-governmental organizations

International

350.org

Anti-nuclear movement

Antinea Foundation

A Rocha

Asia Association of Environmental Professionals (AAEP)

Association of Asia Environmental Services Companies (AAESC)

Biofuelwatch

Biosphere Expeditions

Bioversity International

BirdLife International

Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies

Conservation International

Earth Charter Initiative

Earthwatch

Forests and the European Union Resource Network (FERN)

Fauna and Flora International

Forest Stewardship Council

Friends of Nature

Friends of the Earth

Gaia Mater (the mother Earth)

Global Footprint Network

Global Witness

Great Transition Initiative

Green Actors of West Africa (GAWA)

Green Cross International

Greening Deserts

Greenpeace

Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense

International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

International Analog Forestry Network

International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)

The Mountain Institute

Mountain Wilderness

NatureServe

Panthera Corporation

Plant A Tree Today Foundation (PATT)

Project AWARE

Rainforest Alliance

Sandwatch

Seeds of Survival of USC Canada

Society for the Environment (SocEnv)

Taiga Rescue Network (TRN)

The Climate Project

The Nature Conservancy

The Resource Foundation

Wetlands International

Wildlife Conservation Society

Wolf Preservation Foundation (WPF)

World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Worldchanging

World Conservation Union (WCN)

World Land Trust(WLT)

World Resources Institute (WRI)

World Union for Protection of Life (WUPL)

Worldwatch Institute

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Xerces Society

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Africa

Environmental Foundation for Africa

Europe

ClientEarth

Climate Action Network – Europe (CAN-Europe)

European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE)

European Biomass Association

European Environmental Bureau (EEB)

European Wildlife

INFORSE-Europe

Coastwatch Europe

North America

Fund for Wild Nature

Green Zionist Alliance

International Joint Commission

North American Native Fishes Association

Rivers Without Borders

Whippany River Watershed Action Committee

Wild Farm Alliance

GOODWILL OF GREATER WASHINGTON

South America

Amazon Watch

Rainforest Foundation Fund

Albania

Institute for Environmental Policy in Albania

Australia

Australian Conservation Foundation

Australian Koala Foundation

Australian Network of Environmental Defenders Offices

Australian Student Environment Network

Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Banksia Environmental Foundation

Birds Australia

Blue Wedges

Clean Ocean Foundation

Environment Victoria

Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife

Greening Australia

Landcare Australia

Public Transport Users Association

The Wilderness Society (Australia)

Wildlife Watch Australia

Austria

Transitforum Austria Tirol

Bahamas

Friends of the Environment

Bolivia

Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY)

Canada

Ancient Forest Alliance

Bird Protection Quebec

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment

Canadian Environmental Law Association

Canadian Environmental Network

Canadian Youth Climate Coalition

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

David Suzuki Foundation

Ecojustice Canada

Earth Liberation Army (ELA)

Earth Rangers

Energy Probe

Green Action Centre

Manitoba Eco-Network

Nature Canada

Pembina Institute

Regenesis (non-profit organization)

Sierra Youth Coalition

The Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture

Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA)

Western Canada Wilderness Committee

China

Friends of Nature (China)

Green Camel Bell

Croatia

Ekološko društvo Zeleni Osijek

Czech Republic

Environmental Law Service (ELS)

Hnutí DUHA – Friends of the Earth Czech Republic

Denmark

Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy (OVE)

Germany

Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland (BUND) = Friends of the Earth, Germany

BUNDjugend (BUND’s Youth organization)

EarthLink e.V.

Fuck for Forest

Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU) – German Nature Conservation Society

Robin Wood

Zeitz Foundation

Greece

Environmental Centre ARCTUROS

Hong Kong

Clear the Air (Hong Kong)

Friends of the Earth (HK)

Green Power

Lights Out Hong Kong

Society for Protection of the Harbour

The Conservancy Association

Clean Air Network

Asia Environmental Daily

India

CERE India

CARE(CENTRE FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENT),Mumbai,India

Conserve

Exnora International

Foundation for Ecological Security

Goa Foundation

Centre for Science and Environment

Siruthuli

Indonesia

Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation

Ireland

Gluaiseacht

Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC)

Israel

Israel Union for Environmental Defense (IUED)

Green Movement

Palestinian Environmental NGOs Network

Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI)

Zalul Environmental Association

Kenya

Green Belt Movement

Macedonia

Macedonian Ecological Society

Madagascar

L’Homme et L’Environnement

Malta

BirdLife Malta

Nepal

International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development

National Trust for Nature Conservation

Netherlands

Milieudefensie

New Zealand

Buller Conservation Group

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand

Environment and Conservation Organisations of Aotearoa New Zealand (ECO)

Native Forest Restoration Trust

New Zealand Ecological Restoration Network

New Zealand Institute of Environmental Health (NZIEH)

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand

Save Happy Valley Campaign

TerraNature

Waipoua Forest Trust

Norway

Bellona Foundation

Eco-Agents

Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature

Green Warriors of Norway (Norges Miljøvernforbund)

Nature and Youth

Zero Emission Resource Organisation

Philippines

Greenpeace Southeast Asia

Haribon Foundation

Sibuyanons Against Mining

Portugal

Quercus

Sierra Leone

ENFORAC (Environmental Forum for Action)

South Africa

Cape Town Ecology Group

Dolphin Action & Protection Group

Earthlife Africa

Endangered Wildlife Trust

EThekwini ECOPEACE

Groundwork

Koeberg Alert

The Earth Organization

Wildlife & Environment Society

The Carbon Report

Spain

Asociación pola defensa da ría

Ukraine

Ukraine Nature Conservation Society (UkrTOP)

United Kingdom

Association for Environment Conscious Building

Bicycology

Campaign for Better Transport

Campaign for National Parks (CNP)

Campaign to Protect Rural England

Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)

The Corner House

Creative Environmental Networks (CEN)

Earth Liberation Front (ELF)

Earth Liberation Prisoner Support Network (ELPSN)

Environmental Investigation Agency

Environmental Justice Foundation

Environmental Law Foundation (ELF)

Environmental Protection UK

Forest Peoples Programme

Green Alliance

Groundwork UK

The Institution of Environmental Sciences

Marine Conservation Society

John Muir Trust

National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty

People & Planet

Plane Stupid

RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds)

Scottish Wildlife Trust

Stop Climate Chaos

The Civic Trust

World Land Trust

The Wildlife Trusts

Town and Country Planning Association

UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA)

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society

Woodland Trust

United States

41pounds.org

Abalone Alliance (historic)

Adirondack Mountain Club

African American Environmentalist Association

African Wild Dog Conservancy

Albatross Foundation USA

Allegheny Land Trust

Alliance for Climate Protection

Alliance to Save Energy

American Bird Conservancy

American Farmland Trust

Animal Protection and Rescue League (APRL)

Appalachian Voices

Arlington Coalition on Transportation (ACT)

Association of Environmental Professionals

Audubon movement

Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF)

Builders for the Bay

Center for a New American Dream

Center for International Environmental Law

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for Environmental Philosophy

Ceres

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Citizens Campaign for the Environment

Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow

Conservation International

Conservation Law Foundation

Defenders of Wildlife

Earth First!

Earth Island Institute

Earth Policy Institute

Earth Liberation Army (ELA)

Earth Liberation Front (ELF)

EarthLab

Earth’s Birthday Project

Ecotrust

Energy Action Coalition

Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)

Environment America

Environment California

Environmental Defense Fund

Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

Environmental Law Institute

Environmental Life Force (ELF)

Environmental Working Group

Earth Share

Forest Guardians

Global Water Policy Project

Green Zionist Alliance

GREENGUARD Environmental Institute

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater

Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER)

Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology

International Council on Nanotechnology (ICON)

Honor the Earth

Izaak Walton League

Keep America Beautiful

League of Conservation Voters

Montana Wilderness Association

National Audubon Society

National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE)

National Geographic Society

National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP)

National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Refuge Association

Native Forest Council

Natural Resources Defense Council

Nature’s Classroom

NatureServe

Negative Population Growth

Neighborhood Parks Council

New York – New Jersey Trail Conference

Nicodemus Wilderness Project

Pacific Environment

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER)

Population Connection

Preserve Our Island

Rainforest Action Network

Resources for the Future (RFF)

Republicans for Environmental Protection

Rising Tide North America

Riverkeeper

Sand County Foundation

Save the Redwoods League

Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)

Sea Shepherd

Sierra Club

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition

Student Conservation Association

Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)

Surfrider Foundation

Sustainable Silicon Valley (SSV)

Tellus Institute

Texas Campaign for the Environment

The Big Green Bus

The Conservation Fund

The Marine Mammal Center

The Ocean Conservancy

The School for Field Studies

The Wilderness Society

TreePeople

Union of Concerned Scientists

Waterkeeper Alliance

West Harlem Environmental Action (WEACT)

Wild Earth Guardians

WILD Foundation

Worldwatch Institute

Wyoming Outdoor Council

If you missing an organisation feel free to comment or contact.

Many of the environmental organisations were informed during 2019 about Greening Deserts sustainable developments and projects like the Trillion Trees Initiative. Over a thousand eMails were confirmed with read receipt notification and different kinds of answers. We exchanged with many awesome people about important environmental issues and topics in that relation. Greening Deserts projects and the Trillion Trees Initiative can improve biodiversity, climate protection, environmental protection, greening, reforestation and species protection worldwide. The cleantech, greentech and sustainable projects can reduce human-made climate change, deforestation, droughts, desertification, land degradation, global warming and pollution worldwide. It’s not just about to plant one trillion trees. Read more on the official and social pages.

Cleantech Greentech Research and Greening Camps

Cleantech Greentech Research and Greening Camps to reduce Global Warming and Mass Extinction

Greening Deserts sustainable projects like the Greening Camps want to establish innovative developments like Agrophotovoltaik and Energy Storage Parks, Greening Drones and Seeding Balloons, Transparent Solar and Vertical Greenhouses. With the first Greening Camp and adequate fundings all the sustainable developments could finally be accelerated and developed worldwide. The projects were founded and initiated by the Greening Deserts founder. He informed institutions, organisations and even invited governments to join these projects and initiatives, as well as to the Greenhouse Ship, Plastic Fishing and Trillion Trees Initiative. If for example each nation plants approx 2 billion trees, we the humanity could reach the goal to plant one trillion trees very fast and we could really cool down the planet on a large scale. It would also protect and save countless species which are endangered by extinction. There are many campaigns and initiatives in this relation and we all are connected to reach the global goals faster.

The Greening Camp keyplants like bamboo, beans, hemp and sunflowers will improve the soils, underground water and waters. Drylands and wastelands can be turned into fertile lands easily. Hemp improves the soils in just a few years, after this other soil improving plants, environmental friendly crops and trees can be planted. Hemp will be just a side product of the forestation or greening processes, it can be delivered to hemp product producers like the hemp paper branch and hemp wood industry. The Greening Camps will produce millions of tons of hemp. All would win at the end, the poor people or regions, the degraded lands or soils, the forestry, paper and wood industry – even big wood paper consumers like the book, newspaper and packaging industry. Hemp papers and hemp carton packages will save a lot of trees and will reduce deforestation significantly. Forestation.net

Since the last two years the founder informed hundreds of publishers, media companies and paper producers about these facts. Greening Deserts Camp projects and products like Hemp Papers have really big potential to reduce deforestation, land degradation, pollution and wasting resources worldwide. Each camp will have a recycling center and workshop, especially for creative plastic waste recycling and upcycling. Biowaste Management, Greenhouse Management and Water Management will improve soils, air and water quality in all camp areas. Millions of new jobs and whole new markets will be created!

Other main goals in this relation are to bring back biodiversity, typical and rare plants of all concerned region. Seed banks or stores and special greenhouses, botanical gardens or similar habitats for the most endangered species will be established at each camp. Climate protection, conservation, environmental protection and species protection are also main tasks of the camps. Of course, we can not do everything. We will exchange and share a lot with other similar institutions, organisation and projects – like with national parks, game reserves or wildlife preserves.

The Greening Camps will establish green spots, healthy environments and platforms for all regions really need better soils, clean air and fresh water. The camps will be platforms for cleantech, climate protection, conservation, culture, education, environmental protection, greentech and science. All camps will have a library, lounge and media room. Bigger camps will get an Energy Storage Park and even could be expanded to a kind of campus or science park. We exchanged with a lot of institutions about it and many liked the projects. With active, constructive and financial support by the official institutions the camps can be build very fast. We have not much time to reduce desertification, global warming, human-made climate change effects and extreme weather before the biosphere will collapse – responsible bodies and institutions need to act immediately. Many camps could be build in 2020, the case the projects will finally be supported by the African Union, EU and UN. Even refugee camps could have a greening camp area. The founder combined and researched since years much more innovative developments, technics, techniques and products. You can check them on the official project pages.

The planet earth can be cooled with more diverse forests, green and natural landscapes worldwide – especially urban regions which heat up very much each year. Bamboo, hemp wood, rice straw and other sustainable innovative building materials and fuels could significantly reduce deforestation and man-made climate change. The future of truly sustainable cities, the energy transition and transport sector are: AI and Cleantech, Energy Efficiency and Green Building, Greentech and Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Living and greening of cities, Sustainable Production and Sustainable Consumption, Sustainable Transport and Sustainable Working, Sustainable Agriculture, Ecological Forestry and Organic Farming in relation to Community Gardens, Hydroponics, Permaculture, Urban Agriculture, Vertical Farming can significantly support change or reversals. Not forget to mention Sustainable Aviation, Sustainable Shipping and Sustainable Tourism. All of these areas or topics will also play an important role at Urban Greening Camps. First camps in this relation are planned for European cities or urban areas and for open pit terrains or surface mining landscapes.

Short Summary:

Greening Deserts projects are cultural, educational, economic, social, scientific and sustainable projects in the field of horticulture, hydroculture, sustainable agriculture and ecological forestry – but also in the fields of clean technology (CleanTech), green technologies (GreenTech) and renewable energy such as solar, water and wind energy. Electricity access, availability and reliability together with energy efficiency will be optimized at the greening and research camps. The focus is on education, sustainable developments and scientific research. Conservation and environmental protection plays a very important role, too. Main goals of the projects are to reduce deforestation, desertification, pollution and global warming on a large scale. Goals are also to improve the energy and food security, to offer innovative management, ecosystem and greening services. The projects will reform the agriculture and forestry with ecofarming, ecoforestry and permaculture methods, technics and techniques. The projects can include each region and nation in the process, especially in relation to cleantech, greentech, environmental protection, a real sustainable infrastructure and sustainable investments – Green Finance and Sustainable Finance. To manage and to share better necessary finances a special Greening Fund will be established together with international financial institutions.

It is a real chance for the world, especially for Africa and Europe to reach faster the Climate Goals and more Sustainable Development Goals together with Greening Deserts international and innovative developments. The future vision is to establish a Greening Campus on all continents and several camps for all regions who need ecological, environmental and sustainable development services. Each constructive feedback and real active support is always welcome!

You can read more about all the developments on the official project pages like Agrophotovoltaik, Energy Storage Park, Greening Coasts, Greening Camp, Greening Drone, Greenhouse Ship, Green Ring Africa, Great Green Wall North Africa, Hemp Books, Hemp Papers, Seeding Balloon, Transparent Solar,.. and on the newest projects like Plastic Fishery and Recycling Ship. Each project will get an own page or section in future.

Climate protection, nature conservation and environmental protection is also species protection. We need more environmental awareness and sustainability, sustainable living and sustainable working, in all fields or areas. We need to create a world of understanding, acceptance, respect, tolerance, compassion and consciousness.

Keynote and Update X:

The maybe most important issue, topic or point is the problem with the daily extinction of the real endangered species and wrong focus or awareness in relation to endangered species in general and most endangered species who really need to be saved – and to reduce or prevent the ongoing mass extinction really effective. It are mainly the most endangered species and keystone species which must be cared more than well known and relative protected species like elephants, hippos, lions, pandas, whales, etc.. Many of the countless programs and resources for mentioned species should be used for the most endanged and keystone species. It makes no sense to protect more and more the well know species and every day dying or even extinct so many other important species. AI, Deep Learning, Supercomputers and intelligent computing systems should be used primarely to find all the most endanged and keystone species who are recorded. Search algorithms and organisations like ACM, MA, Google, Research Gate and Wolfram Alpha should support this actively. International institutions and nations should unite in this relation. It is maybe the most important issue of the world! Afforestation.org

We have not much time to establish hundreds of camps, greenhouses and new special areas for this special species protection tasks – on land and at sea – for the most endangered species of this world. The reality is, if the most important species or keystone species like bees extinct or reach a certain low population level (MVP), humanity and much other species depending on them will die out, too. If these most important food or dependency chains and bridges collapse, even if it are relative small or partwise unknown keystone species, it can cause cascade effects similar like in the case of the permafrost problem. No panic, but every day and action in this relation counts. The only way is to unite, to focus on this problem and find fastest solutions. My tipp work out keystone species and priority lists for all the expert workgroups and worldwide institutions like universities and schools – not just in relation to climate protection, environmental or species protection. The media and public should also report mainly about this.

Don’t ignore it. Forward and share if you can, it affects us all.

Autor: Oliver Gediminas Caplikas, Leipzig, November 2019

Cleantech Greentech Greening Camps for Europe and Africa

We are proud to announce two new Greening Camp projects. 💚

Greening Camp Egypt and Greening Camp Rwanda project development started with some awesome people from Africa. We will present the development teams this year. The goal is to finish the first stage during the summer. We will develop, promote and support education, climate, environmental awareness, healthy and sustainable living and working solutions. Together with the Billion Trees Campaigns and Tillion Trees Initiative we will reforest and revegetate man-made deserts, especially drylands and wastelands in Africa. Natural Habitats, Game Reserves, WildLife Reserves and Environmental Protection plays a very important role at Greening Deserts projects.

We will create healthy environments like natural gardens, parks and forests together with each involved region. Goals are also to restore natural landscapes like mixed forests, grasslands and wetlands – to bring back diversity, clean air and water. The Energy Storage Park for each bigger greening and research camp will guarantee clean energy supply and energy security.

Greening Camp Egypt project development started and we will present the development team until summer. We want to start with first building and joint development work until late summer. With support by the African community and African Union (AU) we can build the camp maybe even faster. The focus is on research, cleantech, renewable energy, greentech, greenhouse and water management, sustainable farming, greening and ecological forestry. Conservation, environmental protection, preservation of diversity and wildlife plays a very important role, too. We will support building new habitats and game reserves. Afforestation.org

The main goals and tasks of the project are the education and integration of the region around the camp in the conservation and greening process. We want to offer exhibitions, excursions, guided tours, training courses and seminars. Providing information about environment, culture, history, landscapes, nature, society, clean and green technologies. #Afforestation, #Camp, #Conservation, #Diversity, #CleanTech, #EcoFarming, #EcoForestry, #Egypt, #GreenTech, #SciencePark, #TrillionTrees

Informed hundreds of ambassadors, ministers, trade commissioners, scientists and experts to join Greening Deserts campaigns, initiatives and projects – especially the Billion Trees Project and the Trillion Trees Initiative! All nations are welcome to support us. International partners, institutions, sponsors and investors are welcome to join us in this early stage. @Greening Camps, Greening CoastsGreening Drones, Greenhouse Ship​, Green Ring AfricaGreat Green Wall North Africa 💚💚💚💚💚

Energy Storage Parks for Research and Greening Camps

A new sustainable project for Greening Deserts was founded, the world’s first Energy Storage Park, Solar Park and Wind Park. The project can combine renewables, innovative energy storage solutions, clean and green technologies in one area. The three parks will be a part of the first Greening Camp which is planned for the region of Leipzig in Saxony, Germany. During the years the founder and initiator Oliver Caplikas worked also on preparations for greening camps in North Africa and MENA region. Each bigger camp can have a energy storage park, solar park and wind park. The nations and regions who support the fastest and the most (constructive and financial) will be the first to get such facilities.

Greening Deserts projects are cultural, educational, economic, social, scientific and sustainable projects in the field of horticulture, hydroculture, sustainable forestry and agriculture – but also in the fields of clean technology (CleanTech), GreenTech and renewable energy such as solar, water and wind energy. Electricity access, availability and reliability together with energy efficiency will be optimized at the greening and research camps. The focus is on education and research. Conservation and environmental protection plays a very important role. Main goals of the projects are to reduce desertification, pollution and global warming in a large scale. Goals are also to improve the energy and food security, to offer innovative management, ecosystem and greening services. We want to reform the agriculture and forestry with ecofarming and ecoforestry. The projects can include each region and nation in the process, especially in relation to cleantech, environmental, infrastructure and sustainable investments – Green Finance and Sustainable Finance.

It’s a real chance for the world, especially for Africa and Europe to reach the Climate Goals and Sustainable Development Goals together with Greening Deserts international and innovative developments. The future vision is to establish a Greening Campus for each nation and several camps for all regions who need ecological and sustainable development services. In this relation these Sustainable Development Goals are very important for us:

SDG 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.

SDG 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

SDG 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.

SDG 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

SDG 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.

SDG 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

SDG 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.

Of course the other SGD are also for us all important and will be included so far as possible. Visit the official websites and social pages for regular updates.

Each constructive feedback and support is always welcome!

Care and Share True Values, much Love, Peace, Harmony and Unity, especially on Human Rights Day on 10th December.

World Water Day and Water Quality in Germany

Today is World Water Day! More than 1 billion people around the world have no access to safe water. Over 2 million people die each year because of unsafe water. Care about and don’t waste water. Never forget clean air, food and water are Human Rights, as well as a healthy environment. #WorldWaterDay

Greening Deserts are economical, educational, cultural, social, scientific and sustainable projects to reduce desertification and global warming. We will use filtered ocean, sea, lake or river water for sustainable irrigation and water sharing systems overground and underground. Greening Deserts projects will produce different kinds of water like process water, drinking water and fresh water.

Greening Deserts projects want to develop, reseach and work on better water processing and water management methods. We will use advanced aquaponics and hydropnics techniques. After some applications for fundings or financial support and after informing responsible German institutions like Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) we still havn’t got any support – just excuses and promises. The ignorance of the responsibles in Germany is unacceptable. Since autumn last year we informed most of the German parties and responsible authorities, institutions and organisations that we need help and financial support. In some cases we waited over an month, got no answer or just automated e-mail answering, although we informed them many times by email and got receipts – so we know that the most got the information and requests.

The ecological status of German waters is 70 percent bad, 65 percent of the wetland habitats are in acute danger, reports the Global Nature Fund. The foundation also gives a bad prognosis for the future. Entries from agriculture and human use are, according to a recent report, the main causes of poor water quality; Micropollutants caused by drugs, hormones and microplastics would bring further risks. https://wasser-abwasser-technik.com/besorgnis-ueber-zustand-der-gewaesser-in-deutschland

More news about waters and water quality in Germany and Europe:
https://www.eea.europa.eu/airs/2017/natural-capital/copy_of_surface-waters
http://www.bpb.de/nachschlagen/zahlen-und-fakten/globalisierung/52730/wasserverbrauch
https://www.partnerfuerwasser.de/blog/water-quality-issues-in-germany-and-the-uk-similarities-and-differences
http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/natur/fluesse-und-seen-haelfte-deutscher-gewaesser-oekologisch-verarmt-a-1151998.html
https://www.deutschlandfunknova.de/nachrichten/seen-und-fluesse-schlechter-oekologischer-zustand
http://www.sueddeutsche.de/news/wissen/umwelt-nur-jedes-13-gewaesser-indeutschland-in-gutem-oeko-zustand-dpa.urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-170614-99-845565
http://www.gewaesser-bewertung.de/files/170829_uba_fachbroschure_wasse_rwirtschaft_mit_anderung_bf.pdf
http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/9/8/554/pdf
http://www.lebensraumwasser.com/?p=7319

https://www.aquarium.co.za/blog/entry/11-reasons-why-wetlands-are-vital-for-humans-and-animals
https://www.ramsar.org/news/world-water-day-wetlands-discover-an-ecosystem-important-for-life
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wetland

http://worldwaterday.org/link-forests-water

For more information visit the official pages and connected project like Greening Coasts and Desert Bamboo Project. We wrote a lot about water management and improvement of water quality. http://www.greeningdeserts.com/further-goals-and-ideas-for-the-effective-sustainable-and-fast-cultivation-of-surface-mining-landscapes

..wetlands were important for carbon capture and storage, a process known as carbon sequestration, holding up to 50 times as much carbon by area as rainforests. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/feb/03/scientists-hope-wetland-carbon-storage-experiment-is-everyones-cup-of-tea

We want to restore also old wetlands like were destroyed by coal mining companies in the region of Leipzig. Support our sustainable projects for a better and greener future for us all. The time to change and to invest is now. Thank you!

World Water Day, water quality, truth, facts and reality in Germany or Europe. More information will come.