Phase 1: Water and Waste
– Water: Build a waste water treatment plant, make healthy drinking water available
– Waste: Build facilities to collect, sort and recycle waste to energy, Compost and to manage toxic waste
– Education and awareness: schools, general public and media
Phase II: Electricity and Renewable Energies
– Facilitate the transition towards renewable energies
– Reduce levels of energy consumption in domestic and public spheres by improving insulation in homes and public buildings, creating green roof systems and painting houses white to reduce carbon emissions. Public buildings should act as examples of how to be carbon-neutral and environmentally friendly.
- Education and awareness: schools, general public and media
Phase III: Agriculture and Forest
- Agriculture: phase out the use of pesticides, promote organic farming and drip irrigation systems.
– Coast remediation
- Education and awareness: schools, general public and media.
Phase IV: Implement Policy change
It is important that the following measures, which encourage environmental responsibility as part of civil life, be taken at the level of policy. Women, due to their domestic and educational roles, will play an important role in adopting these new responsibilities.
- Ban the use of plastic bags and replace them with paper bags.
- Promote soft mobility by improving public transport systems, bicycle routes and pedestrian areas
water recycling plant
renewable energy sources such as solar panels, wind
turbines and biofuels
garbage recycling facilities
support for local agriculture in the transition to organic
the implementation of green jobs