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Nirere Sadrach
Green Climate Campaigner on a mission to and Coordinator-
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Nirere Sadrach 6h
Plastic pollution is the most visible example of the havoc we're causing to our planet. It is also the most pressing issue escalating the . Join the fight to
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Nakabuye Hilda F. 10h
"The forced me to risk my education and fight for everyone's future. I rather fail my exams. We are children who do not deserve to suffer a crisis that we didn't create..."
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Greta Thunberg Feb 18
Unless your climate policy, commitment, philanthropy or plan includes drastic emission cuts at the source starting today, in line with the 1,5° CO2 budget, it will be completely insufficient. We can’t solve a crisis without treating it as a crisis. 1/2
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 18
Hi This was Lake Victoria in Uganda. We carry out this every week while engaging with locals as an effort to and preserve our lakes. You are welcome to join and support us.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 18
Africa's largest water body is under threat from increasing plastic pollution. We collected 3 bags full of plastic waste in only one location. Join us in the fight to 🎥:
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 17
It is always a great moment to engage with young people about the because they are the most impacted group. we are encouraging more children participation in our activities.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Feb 15
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GCCA Feb 15
This is the largest concentrated solar power farm in the world. It's found in Africa. Africa has potential to be the world's leading producer of solar energy. Through the countries like Uganda can overcome their energy shortage.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 15
It is at Kamwokya - Kampala Uganda, if you would like to visit we can arrange.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 14
I agree with you Richard, we need a combined effort from people, government, companies. Focusing on consumer after use behavior can also help to
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 14
Replying to @ukscn_london
Yes it is true, in Africa we are most impacted by the yet we contribute little to the cause. There has to be response from the global North to help the global south to cope with a breaking down climate.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 14
with children in the slums of Kamwokya - Kampala, Uganda.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Feb 13
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 13
To all companies that generate plastics. 📢: We are cleaning up your mess, we are collecting your trash. You must step up and take action to We can all be a solution. Feel free to tag any brand littered in your community.
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Climate Reality Feb 13
Swarms of locusts! Need we say more?
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Roseline Isata Mansaray Feb 13
I am inspired by the growth and leadership of movement in Uganda. I would like to meet , , and
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Fridays For Future Uganda Feb 13
Join us for our first anniversary as we host a mega climate strike in Uganda. We made one year of and activism last week and we are celebrating it by a big . Come on the 28th and add your voice.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 13
Little actions done by many can make a difference, we collected 3 bags of plastic waste in a on the shores of Lake Victoria. Together we can
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Feb 12
We the youth in the are good at Action. on lake Victoria to with and friends.
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Nirere Sadrach Feb 11
A combined effort to , as activists we are raising to the problem. But this should push action from our leaders as well as companies generating this plastic.
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