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    The Ministry of Environment faces the world's most complex problems with well-thought-out plans

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    The Ministry of Environment faces the world's most complex problems with well-thought-out plans Empty The Ministry of Environment faces the world's most complex problems with well-thought-out plans

    Post by Rocky Wed 21 Feb 2024, 4:17 am

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    [size=52]The Ministry of Environment faces the world's most complex problems with well-thought-out plans[/size]

    [size=45]Ali Al-Hamdani[/size]
    [size=45]The Iraqi Ministry of Environment is making concrete efforts on the ground to confront the climate changes that are ravaging the country, which over the past few years has become one of the five countries most affected by climate change in the world, amid calls for the necessity of supporting the ministry’s efforts by all institutions and sectors to improve the environment throughout the country.[/size]
    [size=45]Since the last century, Iraq has been suffering from an increasing level of drought and high temperatures, in addition to the decline of water bodies, decreasing rainfall, and water scarcity in general.[/size]
    [size=45]Climate change in Iraq was accompanied by “human activity, industrial waste, wastewater, and sewage that remain in rivers without being treated, causing environmental pollution,” according to the Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Agriculture, Water, and Marshlands Committee, Zozan Koger.[/size]
    [size=45]Cougar added to Al Mada that “stopping these violations that threaten the environment and health requires taking deterrent measures, spreading an environmental culture among all members of society, and involving all institutions and sectors in this to preserve and improve the environment in the future.”[/size]
    [size=45]It stresses the necessity of “establishing wastewater filtration and treatment to benefit from it - after transforming it into harmless materials - in the agricultural, industrial and other sectors.”[/size]
    [size=45]Koger asserts, “The Ministry of Environment has concrete efforts through its committees that monitor the environmental situation and address it continuously. There is also Law on the Protection and Improvement of the Environment No. 27 of 2009. To prevent everyone from encroaching on the environment, laws should be enacted that penalize any industrial or agricultural investment project that does not It adheres to environmental protection laws.”[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, Omar Abdul Latif, a member of the “Green Iraq” Observatory (a civil organization concerned with environmental protection), says, “Interest in the Ministry of Environment increased after Iraq was classified as one of the countries most affected by climate change and the decrease in water, rising temperatures, and the occurrence of dust storms.” This led the Ministry to adopt policies that reduce vulnerability to these climate changes.”[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif adds to (Al Mada), “The Ministry of Environment, during its participation in the COP 28 conference in Dubai, presented a group of issues related to climate change, carbon footprint, and others to confront the climate changes that are ravaging the country.”[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif stresses the necessity of implementing “the Ministry of Environment’s plans on the ground to confront climate change, especially since Iraq did not cause it, but rather it is a product of large countries through oil extraction, factories, etc.”[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, the Director of the Najaf Environment, Jamal Abd Zaid, says, “We, as directorates representing the arms of the Ministry of Environment in the governorates, work on laws, legislation, programs and annual plans. One of the most prominent things that the Najaf Environment has worked to implement is the five million tree planting project, which will have a major role in improving An environment that suffers from a lack of vegetation.”[/size]
    [size=45]Zaid explained to Al Mada, “The five million trees project has begun its first phase, and specific places will be selected to be targeted for afforestation in coordination with the Ministries of Agriculture and Housing.”[/size]
    [size=45]He points out that “a meeting will be held at the Ministry of Environment next week to discuss degraded lands and how to treat them, and to choose perennial trees that can withstand the Iraqi climate, such as carpus, neem, and others.”[/size]
    [size=45]In the same context, environmental activist, Muslim Al-Jubouri, calls for “environmental organizations to cooperate to launch major volunteer campaigns by forming committees within schools and universities to encourage tree planting, and holding seminars and cultural programs to deliver the campaign to the largest number of people.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jubouri confirms to (Al-Mada), “Joining efforts with the Ministry of Environment will lead to planting large numbers of trees, while at the same time increasing awareness among citizens to preserve and improve the environment.”[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, environmental activist, Ahmed Mohsen Hassan, confirms that “the first step to saving the environment begins with feeling the mountains, valleys, rivers, seas and plains that surround us, and that they are a source of livelihood for us and for future generations. As for the person who keeps his house clean and pollutes the street with his waste, he is in danger.” The truth is a person lacks awareness, humanity and patriotism towards his country.”[/size]
    [size=45]Hassan adds to Al Mada: “Environmental problems are among the most complex problems facing the world at present, and threaten its existence in the future. These problems are not an illusion, but rather have become a tangible reality that every human being in this world suffers from, and countries suffer from it before individuals, especially after it was created by technologies.” Modern and advanced industries harm the environment.”[/size]
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