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Climate Conference Cop21 Paris – Cop22 Marrakesh

Shocking news, facts and scandals about the Climate Conference in Morocco.

“The organization of COP22 will cost some ‚ā¨100 million.”
Where all the money is gone or for what exactly was it spent on?

Read more: http://bit.ly/2fC5yhh, bit.ly/1QjKo6x, bit.ly/2fVjbcs, bit.ly/2fVgLdF,..

We wanted to visit the UN Climate Conference of the Parties (COP22) in Marrakesh, Morocco. Seems we are not welcome, we got no invitation. But ok, we have enough to do, no money and also no time for endless talks like in Paris which changed nothing or too little. Since years we call for help and real support, also financially. Hope they start finally to do something for the nature, for the poor people and for the regions really need change or help – so how they promised the last years. With all the money they waste for such conferences or campaigns they could help all that poor people and regions. And what is with animal and human rights and biggest climate problems like air pollution caused by meat and coal production? Questions over questions

Of course we are for the good people, organisations and developments at and around the conference, especially for the alternative camps like Alter Cop22 Forum de la Terre.

Greening Projects for Refugees and Refugee Camps

Today we want to write a bit about greening projects for refugees.

Why so many refugee camps have no or so less greenhouses, gardens and parks?

For some time we think about to help the poor with our greening or gardening projects, for countries (landscape greening) or cities (urban greening). Together it’s really easy to build up little greenhouses, community gardens and use permaculture or gardening techniques fit good with the regional conditions and environment, also without big irrigation. There are great greenhouse projects like Roots Up using water supply by air.
The refugee camps also could use cheap and portable (pop up) greenhouses, just for the case that camps will be closed and destroyed. How you can see we always thinking sustainable, economically and social. Greening Deserts camps are a good example for refugee camps – greening camps for refugees.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/2eKIXzk, bit.ly/2eQ8EwM, bit.ly/2feNFrV
Visit our featured pages and community network for more information
and similar projects. Each support is welcome. Thank you!

And here some more great ideas for fresh water production: http://bit.ly/2eL85Go, bit.ly/1dNn6Bk, bit.ly/2f6Z8KH, bit.ly/2f6WeWx, bit.ly/1Aip0qB, bit.ly/2dPqP6U

Greening Deserts Multilingual Press Releases

We are proud to announce press releases in three languages, new press releases and more languages coming soon! Share our sustainable greening projects for a better and greener future.

Download the official Media Package: http://www.greeningdeserts.com/greeningdeserts_media.zip

http://www.greeningdeserts.com/greening_deserts_pr_08_2016.pdf
http://www.greeningdeserts.com/greening_deserts_pressemitteilung_de.pdf

L’agriculture durable et le reboisement pour les zones s√®ches avec des projets de Greening Deserts

Leur objectif √©tait toujours de rendre les zones s√®ches verte avec l’aide de cultivation durable. Ils ont h√Ęte de rendre ce monde plus vert pour les g√©n√©rations futures. Avec l’initiative pionni√®re de Greening Deserts, l’organisation envisage de faire un bon usage de l’agriculture durable et les √©nergies renouvelables pour le bien de cultivation des zones pauvres. Consid√©rant que les plantes du d√©sert sp√©ciales comme Desert Bamboo qui sont capables de produire des couches de terre v√©g√©tale rapide et peut √©galement offrir des ombres √† d’autres plantes autour, ce projet vise essentiellement √† cultiver les bosquets et les for√™ts, mais aussi la nourriture, les herbes et les plantes m√©dicinales de chaque r√©gion.
Avec l’utilisation de syst√®mes d’eau de mer et de partage filtr√©s sur- et sous-sol, ce projet peut effectivement √™tre un √©norme succ√®s. Avec l’accent principal sur l’utilisation des technologies propres, ils pr√©voient d’utiliser des conduites d’eau de bambou dans le but d’atteindre les zones s√®ches ou les r√©gions √©loign√©es dans le futur. Alors que le sc√©nario mondialis√© a pris tout l’univers sur un parcours d’une verdure perdue, cette organisation vise √† rendre la plan√®te plus verte du nouveau. Ils sont pr√™ts √† commencer partout o√Ļ il y a une forte potentialit√© de produire la couche arable. Ils ont choisi des pays secs comme l’Egypte, la Libye, l’Alg√©rie, la Tunisie, l’Afrique, le Maroc, l’Espagne, le Liban, la Syrie, l’Arabie Saoudite, Qatar, √Čmirats arabes unis, l’Iran, le Pakistan, l’Inde, la Chine, et beaucoup d’autres.

Greening Deserts Social Community Group

Join the official Facebook Group for Greening Deserts, there you can discuss and exchange about sustainability, greening and other similar themes. Show some support, invite your friends and share the project. Each good or constructive feedback is welcome!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/GreeningDeserts

Desert Plants Species and Types

There are thousands of ‘desert plants’ growing in dry plains or hilly areas. We know the most of plants for fast and efficient greening of dry areas. But to produce really good topsoil you need some special plants in combination with desert bamboo. Each region and climate zone needs a special mix. This is our project and we can realise it fast with the right (financial) support. Of course we will keep on researching and developing new possibilities and techniques. With the experience of the first camps we will achieve even better results in future. One of our goals is to use the best of the best growing (greenhouse) techniques for upcoming space projects. Show some support for our projects for afforestation, clean food and renewable energy production. Share it for a better future and help us to stop global warming. @Desert Bamboo Project @Desert Rice Cultivation

 

Blooming and Green Deserts

Deserts are not really or always death if you take a closer look: http://bit.ly/1P85akN

Greening the desert in the UAE: http://bit.ly/1XPeBMV, bit.ly/1USrjYK

Blooming and green deserts was not just a dream bei Sheikh Zayed.

Sheikh Zayed, for whom plants were ‚Äėlike children‚Äô, was determined to see his land bloom.

https://www.thenational.ae/uae/the-man-who-realised-sheikh-zayed-s-dream-of-a-desert-turned-green-1.103566

Greening the Desert in Africa

A group of farmers in Burkina Faso are battling climate change and re-greening the desert in Africa.

Support Desert Greening (topsoil production) and food cultivation projects, open your eyes.

If you can’t help with money, share it around! There are so many ways to help, don’t ignore such positive movements. @The Green Belt Movement

Greening Deserts with Desert Plants like Desert Bamboo

There are great opportunities and possibilities for greening deserts with desert plants like desert bamboo.

Here is one good idea, start growing bamboo groves, parks and whole woods! Check more here: http://www.desert-bamboo.com

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drip_irrigation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaffolding