CHURCHES TO PARTNER WITH THE MINISTRY IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church Mr. Jackson Ole Sapit has extended his support and partnership to the Ministry of Environment to enhance conservation.
The Church through inter-religious organizations will partner with the Ministry to discuss critical matters of the protection and conserving the environment.
The archbishop noted that the church will not limit itself to matters of flora and fauna but will embark on tasks of cleaning of rivers and engage in waste management among other issues that were important in sustaining human life.
He spoke when he paid a courtesy call to the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko to discuss the contribution of church leaders and faith led organizations in environmental conservation.
The CS said the church and religion through the Inter Religious organizations play an important role educating and creating awareness among the public on their role in environmental conservation, climate change in regards to food security.
The archbishop said the human race had been mandated to have dominion over the environment and protect it for posterity but not to misuse it.
He called on the present generation to be trusted custodians of the universe on behalf of the future generations.
This he noted could be achieved through protecting and improving on the environment “if we deplete the very sources that support livelihoods we cannot have a future tomorrow” he said.
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