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From Milan to Glasgow, young Moroccans commit to fighting climate change!

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Courtesy, United Nations

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Why are young Moroccans 

committed to fighting

Climate Change?

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One of the activists featured is Manal Bidar, an 18-year-old

from the city of Agadir, who believes "it is young people

who can tip the balance to the right side in

the fight against climate change."

BECAUSE "CLIMATE CHANGE"

IS OCCURRING . . .

THROUGHOUT EVERY PLACE

AROUND THE WORLD!

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Balancing Morocco’s Indigenous Culture and Conservation

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The delicate balance between indigenous farming practices and conservation in Morocco is under threat, but according

to the UN, local communities in the

Western High Atlas Mountains are finding ways to

preserve traditions and still make a living from the land. 

Morocco's Indigenous and local communities continue . . .

to coexist with the natural world.

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Courtesy, Morocco World News

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Let's all follow Young Moroccans

by committing to fighting

"CLIMATE CHANGE"

everywhere:

In our Communities, Countries,

Nations and Kingdoms . . .

Around the World!

- EPACHA Foundation -

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Learn more about the

Kingdom of Morocco

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