16th October, 2010-Mogadishu for immediate release
The tear from the earth causes human solidarity
The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) takes part the global movement against the climate change.
The earth is a planet full of life, soil an water to support this life cover most of its surface. The earth is surrounded by a layer of air as well there is light from the sun provides energy for the earth so these things make the earth a great place forplants, animals and people to live.
The earth’s climate or the climates throughout the earth have changed from time to time the last two decades. Besides, a global challenges from the people in this world.
However, the over crowding, pollution, wars and food shortages are some of the things that make the future of this planet uncertain.
SOMESHA’s approach, it’s hard to believe it all really happened--that over 7,000 communities came together in 188 countries for an unprecedented day of unity, collaboration and grassroots climate action.
“We made a lot of noise on 10/10/10 and international media outlets like the BBC, CNN, AFP, and more reported on the events. So did thousands of blogs and hundreds of local and national newspapers. But we're not in it for the news coverage--we want real change. Make sure your political leaders heard the noise you made on Sunday, and let them know that you expect them to take bold action on climate change. We’ve made it easy to take the message right to your leaders with a special call-in gadget: www.350.org/call-leaders “said Kelly Blynn for the 350.org Support Team.
Finally, the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) was taken part that event and represent the entire Somalis. For more information kindly have looked this link about http://www.350.org/en/about/blogs/somalia SOMESHA’s participation to the movement.
For more details please don’t hesitate to contact us at the following address;
Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA).
Tahlil Warsame Building, KM4
SOMESHA is a member of the International Federation of Environmental Journalists (IFEJ), the Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction (GNCSODR), the United Religions Initiative (URI) and the Horn of Africa Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (HAMESHAN).