Egypt’s Initiatives for a Sustainable Future on International Mother Earth Day


This year marks the third celebration of Mother Earth Day, which falls on 22 April, within the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, emphasizing the crucial role ecosystems play in sustaining all life on Earth. In Egypt, a nation rich in history and natural wonders, several initiatives are leading the way in promoting nature and well-being.  VeryNile Taking the lead in sustainable river cleaning, VeryNile is revolutionizing the fight against pollution in the Nile. This initiative combines social impact with environmental awareness, developing eco-friendly solutions to remove inorganic waste from the river. VeryNile aims to protect the Nile’s ecosystem while raising public consciousness about the importance of environmental preservation. Egypt’s Go Green Initiative  Aligned with the National Sustainable Development Strategy “Egypt 2030,” the Go Green Initiative is a powerful movement that seeks to instill behavioral changes and environmental awareness among citizens, especially the youth.  Spearheaded by the Ministry of Environment, this initiative promotes the protection of natural resources, marine life, and natural protectorates to ensure long-term sustainability. It encourages practices such as afforestation, waste recycling, energy conservation, air pollution reduction, and plastic use abatement, aiming to maintain ecosystem balance and create…

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