Novergence operates as an NGO across the United States of America. The motto is to make sure that every citizen throughout the world understands his/her responsibility towards the environment.
Norvergence partners with various communities, governments, companies, and individuals to address the factors affecting the earth temperature. Environmentalists at Norvergence present their data in a systematic manner with proper scientific backup (facts and figures).
In this post, Norvergence is going to share 6 steps to save polar bears.
Norvergence has recently reported about the 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunbergy. She protested outside the Swedish parliament regarding the need for immediate action to control climate change. Greta has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by three members of the Norwegian parliament.
Her moment known as, “Fridays for Future” has grown at a rapid rate and people across the globe have campaigned in order to save the environment.
Now, the good news is Norvergence found that on 20th September 2019, there will be global climate strike, called by Fridays for Future, the Youth Climate Strike movements, and many other international organizations.
Source: Time Magazine
The stickers that went viral displayed a message to adults,
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“To change everything, we need everyone. It is time for all of us to unleash mass resistance — we have shown that collective action does work. We need to escalate the pressure to make sure that change happens, and we must escalate together.”
The team at Norvergence will be participating in the strike and we hope that our viewers also come in large numbers.
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In children, air pollution is linked with many adverse health effects such as obesity, respiratory disease, and lowered IQ. In the video, Norvergence clearly explains the whole phenomenon of air pollution with statistics.
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According to a London-based organization, Global Witness, around 4 environmentalists are killed every week across the globe. Many of the killers include gangsters, smugglers, government troops, paramilitaries, etc.
Norvergence spread this report on every possible medium so that maximum number of people got to know about this. Also, the team at Norvergence tried to found out the reasons behind the killings. It includes agri-business, hydropower, and mining.
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