Finally, this season is concluded with environmental education and knowledge - how environmentally aware are we? This time, we trek high in the Himalayas to talk to our guest, the UN Environment Programme’s environmental education consultant, Gayatri Raghwa. We examine how to mainstream environmental knowledge so that it’s as simple as 1, 2, 3 and to ask: “Is the message getting through?”
It’s estimated that a third of the food we produce is thrown away! But why are we wasting time, energy and money producing food if we’re not going to eat? Add to that the fact that millions of people across the globe don’t have enough food to eat and the argument for NOT wasting food becomes a compelling one. Lara Hussein, passionate composter, and co-founder of The Waste Lab, joins us to explore why food waste and climate change go hand-in-hand.
This episode 'lifts the lid' on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) processes and procedures. Why is an EIA needed, when, and for what types of projects? Our guest expert in this episode Abdulrahman Ahmed Qaderi is a Civil Engineer and Environmental Enforcement Officer at EAD. He's here to help us to understand Environmental Inspections and Impact Assessment and to consider how EIA's help to mitigate climate issues.
Ashraf Al Cibahy - Section Head - Marine Protected Area Management, Terrestrial and Marine Biodiversity introduce protected areas and what role does protected areas do to conserve nature? Ashraf touches upon the fundamental ways of managing protected area, its threats, and its role as tourism sites.
Saeed Al Adawi - Senior Manager - KEZAD HSE, KEZAD Group shares the importance of adopting green practices, achieving environmental goals. Emphasising the need to cut down and reserve natural resources, shedding light on topics like circular Economy, recycling and being part of organizational awareness programmes like Green business Network.