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Hon. Josephine Napwon to spearhead This year’s World Environment Day in Juba, South Sudan.



Press Statement on the World Environment Day 2022 5th June 2022 (Tomorrow)

June 5th 2022 is World Environment Day (Tomorrow). This day is celebrated every year across the Globe It is the most important day for environmental action and transformative changes to preserve our planet. The first World Environment Day was observed with the slogan “ONLY ONE EARTH” 50 years ago. This slogan is still true Five decades later since the Earth is our only home.

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The international theme of this year’s World Environment Day “ONLY ONE EARTH” calls for transformative changes to policies and choices to enable cleaner, greener and sustainable living in harmony with nature.

Our country is experiencing massive deforestation, plastic pollution of our towns, streams and rivers, unsustainable solid and liquid waste management and oil pollution in the oil producing areas.

South Sudan will be celebrating this year’s World Environment day under the Local theme/slogan “Save Environment Save Lives” Environment plays an important role in healthy living and the existence of life on planet earth; Healthy ecosystems clean our water, purify our air, maintain our soil, regulate the climate, recycle nutrients and provide us with food.

Earth is a home for different living species and we all are dependent on the environment for food, air, water, and other needs. Therefore, it is important for every individual to save and protect our environment.

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry will commemorate this with a series of activities namely: massive cleaning campaigns, planting of trees, awareness raising talk shows that will be culminated by a celebration and the launching of the National Determined Contributions document, the National Adaptation plan and the Rapid Assessment of the State of the Sudd Wetlands report on June 30th 2022 at the Freedom hall.

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The Ministry of Environment and Forestry urges all the citizens of our beautiful country to partake in all the activities mentioned above and embark on a sustainable lifestyle to protect and conserve our only home to the planet earth.

Hon. Josephine Napwon 

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