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3G-Going Green Group

This group is all about efforts by individuals and corporations all over the globe who strive to use ICT based media to ensure sustainable agriculture,environmental conservation,food security,social entrepreneurship thrives unfettered.

Location: Nairobi,Kenya.
Members: 51
Latest Activity: Jan 21, 2013

Discussion Forum

Extreme green Efforts: The river gym!!!

Started by OWINO Fredrick Nov 17, 2009.

Say No to Genetically Modified Food and Food Crops 7 Replies

Started by Shipra Sharma. Last reply by Shipra Sharma Oct 23, 2009.

UN climate change conference in Copenhagen 6 Replies

Started by OWINO Fredrick. Last reply by Francis Mwathi Oct 22, 2009.

Comment Wall

Comment by Grace wagithi Irungu on August 7, 2009 at 10:30pm
Thanks for forming such a group because we definately need to go green.
Climate change is the anatomy of a silent crisis and at least more than 325 million people are globally and currently affected,human impact report reveals.We all should take the initiative and email softcopies instead of delivering hard copies, limiting disposable containers, raising awareness, eating more fruits, grains and vegetables, avoiding bottled water(I am serious), planting trees among other measures for a sustainable environment.
Comment by Grace wagithi Irungu on August 7, 2009 at 10:31pm
Thanks for forming such a group because we definately need to go green.
Climate change is the anatomy of a silent crisis and at least more than 325 million people are globally and currently affected,human impact report reveals.We all should take the initiative and email softcopies instead of delivering hard copies, limiting disposable containers, raising awareness, eating more fruits, grains and vegetables, avoiding bottled water(I am serious), planting trees among other measures for a sustainable environment.
Comment by Grace wagithi Irungu on August 7, 2009 at 10:38pm
Thanks for the invite and such a great initiative. Climate change is now ranked as the world new epidermic and over 325 million people are globally and currently affected by climate change. Do not just post your comments but take an extra mile today and plant a tree,eat more fruits, grains and vegetables,avoid bottled water(I am serious), limit on disposable containers and send an email instead of printing documents.
Lets go green for a sustainable environment.
Comment by AHMED SUDAN on August 26, 2009 at 5:48pm
thanks
it is my pleasure to join this group specially we win e-india 2009 award for e-agriculture project
http://un-gaid.ning.com/profiles/blogs/eindia-2009-award-winner
Comment by OWINO Fredrick on August 26, 2009 at 11:55pm
Thank you Ahmed for joining this group and also bringing to my attention issues of interest to me. I hope our cooperation will be fruitful. thanks.
Comment by Francis Mwathi on October 14, 2009 at 10:20pm


Blog Action Day is an annual event that unites the world's bloggers in posting about the same issue on the same day on their own blogs with the aim of sparking discussion around an issue of global importance. Blog Action Day 2009 will be the largest-ever social change event on the web. One day. One issue. Thousands of voices.

People are encaurages to write about climate change in the context of how it relates to the topic of their blog, example:

* A Technology or Business blog might write about emerging clean tech and how innovative companies might be able to help address the problem of climate change.
* A Health or Lifestyle blog might write about how climate change will affect our children's health and daily living.
* A Nonprofit or Political blog might write about how climate change is deeply connected to many other issues - such as poverty and conflict.
* A Design blog might write about new trends in eco-friendly or sustainable design.
* A Travel blog might write about the places you want to see now before climate change makes them difficult to access or, well, under the sea.

For more information go to www.blogactionday.org
Comment by AHMED SUDAN on July 10, 2011 at 4:01pm

 pls vote for GDCO and the Telecentre movement

http://gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view=art...

 

Gedaref digital city organization GDCO  and our beloved Telecentres were   nominated for the eWorld awards with two projects and i do appreciate your voting  and pls ask your friends to vote

 1-  project 1  GDCO Sudan a partnership for community development

http://www.eworldforum.net/Voting/project-details.aspx?RegNo=EWN/193

 2- project 2    Telecentres, are they really tools community development?

http://www.eworldforum.net/Voting/project-details.aspx?RegNo=EWN/192

 the link for the two projects is

http://www.gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view...

it will be better Pls read the instruction how to vote   

http://gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view=art...  

after you read it you can click the link below to vote

http://eworldforum.net/voting/Default.aspx

also GDCO is key speaker and supporting partner http://www.eworldforum.net/egov-speakers.aspx    addressing  Telecentres: Effective Approaches and Best Practices on the first of august 2011

Comment by AHMED SUDAN on July 10, 2011 at 4:02pm

 pls vote for GDCO and the Telecentre movement

http://gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view=art...

 

Gedaref digital city organization GDCO  and our beloved Telecentres were   nominated for the eWorld awards with two projects and i do appreciate your voting  and pls ask your friends to vote

 1-  project 1  GDCO Sudan a partnership for community development

http://www.eworldforum.net/Voting/project-details.aspx?RegNo=EWN/193

 2- project 2    Telecentres, are they really tools community development?

http://www.eworldforum.net/Voting/project-details.aspx?RegNo=EWN/192

 the link for the two projects is

http://www.gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view...

it will be better Pls read the instruction how to vote   

http://gedaref.com/newone/index.php?option=com_content&view=art...  

after you read it you can click the link below to vote

http://eworldforum.net/voting/Default.aspx

also GDCO is key speaker and supporting partner http://www.eworldforum.net/egov-speakers.aspx    addressing  Telecentres: Effective Approaches and Best Practices on the first of august 2011

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