CLIMATE CHANGE…

SECURE WATER
FOR ALL

Jamaica’s Climate Walk
Hosted By: Environmental Solutions Ltd.
Date: Saturday December 3, 2016
At: Emancipation Park, Kingston Ja.
Time: 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.


JACW 2015 A SUCCESS!!!

Take A Stand For Earth...

In October 2015 1,600 people
stood for Climate Change Mitigation.
20 companies and organizations showcased
their environmentally friendly offerings.
13 sponsors came on board to highlight
the necessary link between business and environment.
And for 2 months the JACW was extensively
covered and hailed a success by media.

What's next? This year our focus will be on water security. In surplus, water that is contaminated or improperly stored can be dangerous to us when consumed. As well surplus water can be the result of excessive rainfall and flooding that disrupts lives, infrastructure and businesses. In shortage, limited water supply affects every aspect of life to include agriculture, production, building and education. Climate change is making surpluses and deficits more pronounced each year. So it is imperative that we take the steps now to make water security a running theme for future generations. Join us for Jamaica's Climate Walk, 2016!

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"It’s really a monitoring approach and being proactive in our effort to ensure that our supplies during the dry period is efficiently utilised.... We have embraced rainwater harvesting as an integral part of our water security efforts, now and for the future.,"
- Mark Barnett, President of NWC


JACW A FUNDRAISING SUCCESS!

Why should you join Jamaica's Climate Walk?

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In October 2015,
Funds raised through sponsorship
and donations, enabled us to
donate a rainwater harvesting system
to the Elleston Road Police Station.


How can you help us to provide
even more support?
Join us for Jamaica's Climate Walk, 2016!

"Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth... these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women's empowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all."
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations


JAMAICA'S CLIMATE WALK

Is there also charity involved?

The overarching duty of the Jamaica's Climate Walk team is to educate all Jamaicans about climate change. The challenge is not just how you put out the fire — it is about how you prevent it from starting. So too, with water security, whether drought, water contamination and limiting mosquito spread viruses. We believe that by bringing all Jamaicans together to talk about climate change and tactics that can quickly be put into effect, we can, as a society, overcome this challenge and pursue a healthier and more sustainable future.

It’s time to do something. We want people like YOU to join us as we walk in solidarity and assess solutions over the coming months, that we can put into effect to help us all as an island.

Are you ready to stand for water security? You’re in the right place.
Join us today!
We’re pleased to have you on board!

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"Climate Change... Secure Water For All!


Let's act now... No water, no life."