Major world changes such as the rapid population growth in developing countries, global warming, and pollution are having an impact on the environment and affect the quality and quantity of the vital natural resources that we share. We have the responsibility to protect our natural resources so that they will sustain civilizations for future generations.
Failure to address these issues can have dire consequences. Without a strategy for conservation, there will be insufficient fresh water to meet the world's future population. Water and land management are interrelated. Many communities within developing countries typically lack an awareness and understanding of the consequences of pollution, soil depletion and erosion, as well as the economic and environmental benefits of recycling.
We are committed to:
- Collaborating with local officials to develop and promote programs to encourage and reward individuals for cleaning up local environments, promoting fuel efficiency, conserving soil through tree replanting, crop rotation, and recycling.
- Providing technical expertise to apply up-to-date systems for environmental safeguards in areas such as resource conservation, water and irrigation management, and pollution prevention.