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Thank you for your comment. We welcome your understanding of what we are planning to do. Aquaculture and irrigation swamp-rice farming have been our career since 1996 and we need no more scientific research to share our ideas and practice with the rest of the world to propel biodiversity conservation, decent and sustainable for security and rural economic prosperity, relevance to protect life and mitigate Climate Change for the present and future generations. The trading and consumption of wildlife (bush meat products) has provoked the outbreak and spread of the deadly Ebola Virus disease which claimed the lives of over 4,000 innocent Liberians in 2014. Economically-backward rural and urban women are still trading sex with poachers for Ebola-contaminated bush meat products to sustain their livelihood, which violated women rights. Rural farmers are still cutting down forests for unsustainable shifting cultivation which provokes deforestation or Climate Change, before, during and after the recent Conference on Climate Change (COP23) in Germany. This project is our community contribution to enhance SDGs # 1, 2, 5, 11, 13 & 15 in a responsible/sustainable and cost-efficient way in Liberia for global common good.

I do not understand any other language except English. however, if the project is viable based on your set criteria, let it be.


Bernard S commented on EntoGreen - Nutrição circular

I do not understand this language, Portuguese. However, if this project proposal is responding to the needs of the poorest of the poor and enhancing global environmental sustainability to fight or mitigate climate change, then it is good in achieving some of the goals of the SDGs by 2030.