By Rajan K. Baruwa
We have published a number of articles on natural resource conservation and management. In this issue, we will discuss the management of the habitat, as it is important for every living thing on earth. The United Nations designates the first Monday of October each year as World Wealthy Day to reflect on the environment and the basic rights of all. The day is also meant to remind the world that we all have the power and responsibility to shape the future of our cities and towns. In 1985, the United Nations designated the first Monday in October each year as World Wealthy Day. This year, October 4 will be celebrated.
The theme for this year’s World Wealthy Day is to accelerate carbon-free world urbanization. The theme recognizes that the city’s greenhouse gas emissions account for about 70 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. In World Wealth Day events, national, regional and local governments and organizations, communities, academic institutions, the private sector and all stakeholders will work together to create sustainable, carbon-free, inclusive cities and cities.
When it comes to housing, the terms that come to mind include forests, beaches and seaports, meadows, farmland, mountains, freshwater rivers, lakes, cities and towns, and so on. Ideas for choosing a career in this field. Because we see climate change as a major concern, we can think of environmental stewardship, which will help us fight climate change.
There are courses related to housing management but there are courses that can be chosen by guardians if you want to work in the field of local government.
Housing management is mostly about land management. With this career option, students will learn how to analyze and manage complex ecosystems in a multicultural environment in the face of turmoil and multiple uses. Interested people can study life sciences, geography, soil science, ecology, eco recovery, etc. There are a few short-term courses offered to students outside of science.
There are many agencies working in the area of local rehabilitation or administration. Restoration refers to the opportunity to work with wildlife or other plants and animals that are essential to our diversity.
This year’s issue of the rich provides more opportunities for urban planners who can plan ways to reduce carbon footprint. A carbon-free world is challenging, but it needs to be created in an environment where people who want engineering or technical backgrounds take a chance.
Working for local government to make our homes carbon free This is a new environment that needs to be explored as it ensures sustainable development for us. As these are new areas of work, we need to do more research and work for a variety of international agencies or non-governmental organizations. There are a few short online courses that offer ideas about these new careers.
(The author is a professional consultant and skill trainer and can be reached at 8473943734 or by phone [email protected])