As Waterkeepers Iraq Organization, we showcased our innovative technologies, including our prototype treatment plant, and discussed our current Environmental Journalism project.
We met enthusiastic individuals, influential figures, and politicians who share our passion for tech and a healthy environment.
Grateful to Heli Potan and Bit Program for the opportunity!
At our booth, we displayed the cutting-edge technologies we employ during our surveys and field trips, giving visitors a glimpse into our work. We also shared updates on our current project, the prototype treatment plant, which aims to provide sustainable solutions for water treatment. It was amazing to see so many enthusiastic individuals interested in the intersection of technology and a greener future!
We extend our heartfelt thanks to Heli Potan and The Bit Program for inviting us to be a part of this remarkable event. Their commitment to promoting technology and environmental sustainability is truly commendable.
We look forward to continuing our efforts in safeguarding Iraq's water resources and working towards a greener, healthier future.
We are delighted to announce that Nabil Musa, a dedicated advocate from Waterkeepers Iraq, has once again made a significant impact on the global stage at the Waterkeeper Alliance International Regional Summit held in Sweden from June 4th to 8th, 2023. This prestigious summit, organized by the Waterkeeper Alliance, brought together waterkeepers from around the world to address pressing environmental issues and advocate for the protection of our precious water resources.
Waterkeepers Iraq recently had the privilege of meeting with U.S. Ambassador Alina Romanowski and Consul General Hicks in Sulaimaniah, an event hosted by the U.S. Consulate General Erbil. This significant gathering provided a platform to discuss vital environmental campaigns and underscored the importance of raising awareness through art, sports, and educational initiatives. The conversation also emphasized the critical role of research and monitoring in safeguarding Iraq's precious water resources. Notably, we were honored to be joined by esteemed environmental organizations, including Leopards Beyond Borders- LBB: ڕێكخراوی پڵنگانی بێسنوور and Kurdistan Botanical Foundation, who contributed their valuable insights and perspectives to the discussion.
Together, we recognize the power of collaboration and our shared responsibility to drive positive change in protecting Iraq's water sources and fostering biodiversity. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the U.S. Embassy for their unwavering support in addressing climate change and promoting sustainable practices, as their dedication further strengthens our commitment to environmental stewardship.
Waterkeepers Iraq Organization takes pride in its recent cleaning activities conducted in Hazarmird and Dukan Lake. With the support of Shelan Zuhdi, we successfully collected 250 kilograms of garbage and waste left behind by tourists and fishermen. These efforts are part of our commitment to restoring and preserving the natural beauty of Kurdistan. By coming together as a community, we can make a meaningful impact in creating a cleaner and healthier environment for wildlife, people, and future generations.