We wish to first of all acknowledge our Almighty Father in heaven for creating our planet earth, making everything in it good, blessing the earth and handing it over to us to tend, enjoy and have dominion over all the works of His hands.
We wish to appreciate the United Nations for setting aside this day for the celebration of The World Environment Day to make the whole world mindful of we are tending our blessed planet earth and to bring us to the realities of the resulting consequences.
We congratulate and appreciate the Federal Ministry of Environment for successfully organizing this 2019 World Environment day celebration. We say, thank you very much for making RENACLIP (RAD Environmental and Climatic Protection) foundation a part of this year’s celebration.
We want appreciate everyone that has joined hands together to make today a success.
In RENACLIP Foundation, we promote environmental sustainability through advocacy, education, awareness creation and initiatives in all areas where human lives and the environment are threatened.
We call on everyone to come together and work as a united nation to beat air pollution.
The warnings about air pollution have been extremely clear for a long time. We are facing a global air pollution crisis. It is deepening. We are entering a period of consequences.
The good news is, we have everything we need now to respond to the challenge of air pollution. We have all the technologies we need, more are being developed…. But we should not wait, we cannot wait, we must not wait.
We, RENACLIP Foundation, have taken up the responsibility of identifying environmental and climatic issues that require attention in our communities.
Let’s join our hands together, supporting each other locally, nationally and internationally in all capacities to defeat air pollution and other threatening environmental issues.
At this stage we would like to wear our nose masks as a symbol of protection and defeat against hazardous polluted air.
Join us and wear your nose mask if you have one. Join us and beat air pollution