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GBP´S GREEN HEART PLAN
Mau and Mount Kenya Forest
Global Biodiversity Protection/Save Mount Kenya Group and Trees for the Future
Benefits of eco-tourism
The great benefits in the development of "GBP's green hart Eco-tourism plan" will not only extend to the conservation of the natural heritage; by helping to develop the reforestation, sensitize the community's living near to participate in the reforestation and eco-guarding, by making improvements in livelihood; like horticultural farming, supporting growing of fruit trees among community, and involve schools where eco-tourism projects are taking place with syllabus, which supports reforestation and environmental conservation awareness programs, as well as health improvements.
But also to the local population. who will benefit from tourism and travel; either by being employed or, running the tourist infrastructure or by benefiting the local developments; such as transport links, sanitation, water and health provision. "The GBP green hart Eco-tourism project" will also provide market products made locally which include; arts and hand crafts also empower as well as grow the talents in art, design and in athletics.
The Objectivs and goals of the "GBP green hart Eco-tourism programs".
Will at first be focused on a short term goal and get the profit in.....Organization of training and conservation awareness, the Identification of the sites for creating the tree nurseries and the establishment of the tree nurseries, to raise both exotics and indigenous trees.
And quickly we turn in to the Medium term goal that will get the profit of.....The Identifying and preparation of the planting; setting up the nursery's in identified sites, the planting of the trees, a further progress in training and workshops on conservation, the starting of the school programs to incorporate them in the eco-tourism projects, as well as the livelihoods projects; like growing of Moringa oleifera among communities and Identi
Global Biodiversity Protection is a not-for-profit organization (founded in 2009 under the legal frame of the «Loi du 1901 – ID: 783001386») located in Paris, France with office in Washington, DC. USA and whose goal is to protect wildlife and wilderness regions located mainly in Africa.
“We must encourage the younger generation and future generations to think differently regarding their relationship to the environment in order to foster a respectful relationship with the Earth, which will allow humanity to develop a new civilization that is noble, that believes that development of our planet’s resources are based on universal principles, that are both harmonious and sustainable”.
The establishment of GBP was greatly influenced (and inspired by) the recommendations of the Kyoto Summit on the Environment (effective from 2005) and the earlier Copenhagen World Summit (from 7 to 18 December 2009). GBP intends to work on protecting wildlife and their ecosystems mainly in Africa, focusing on the protection of endangered species, the fight against deforestation and support national development while preserving natural resources.
GBP was established by individuals representing a diverse range of professional fields and who are alarmed by current global environmental trends that will result in irreversible damage to biodiversity unless appropriate actions are taken immediately. However, the only hope of reversing these devastating threats to biodiversity will not be possible without mobilizing the citizens of the world, and local communities.