Reducing deforestation to save critically endangered Cross River gorilla from extinction
The adult adviser involved children and youth living within Cross River gorilla ranges in south-eastern Nigeria on awareness campaign against the hunting of endangered species for bush meat, wrong farming practices and inter-schools competitions to create understanding about how the ecosystem function. He also involve teens on non-timber forest product domestication, tree planting in degraded areas of land and campaign against littering
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Nice to hear from you and thanks for appreciating my work. I hope you know I am a nigerian working with teens to save our planet earth. it will be good to continue sharing our experience and I look forward to keep our communication line.
Look into an animals eyes and tell me you don't see the innocence, purity, playfulness, and kindness within each and every one's soul. Gaze at a plant and feel the sense of its intent beauty and connection to life. Imagine a reality in which they no longer exist; it isn't a reality, it's our future. If they die out, we do too, because animal life and plants sustains human life; their kind reveals lessons and keys to life we humans have yet to learn. Don't stand by and witness the end of each…See More