Camp Kigali Primary School pupils talk about climate change

“Developed countries should change the products that they use in their industries because you find that because of the fumes they release, the Ozone layer is destroyed continuously and even poor countries are like Africa are facing the effects they never caused.” Victor Mugisha, 10, P6.

“Developed countries should change the products that they use in their industries because you find that because of the fumes they release, the Ozone layer is destroyed continuously and even poor countries are like Africa are facing the effects they never caused.”

Victor Mugisha, 10, P6.

“I wish all countries could stand and take a strong decision like our country has taken to stop the usage of plastic bags which are not at all friendly to the environment.  We should fight against those people who are not friendly to the environment especially those who burn bushes.”

Brinah Uwizeye, 11, P.5.

“All Rwandans should be aware of how bad and dangerous it is to cut down trees. Instead they can adapt to using Bio-gas, which helps our environment a lot.”

Zayituna Murungi, 11, P 5.

. “People should be sensitised on how they can plant trees in big numbers as one way of supporting the environment. They should avoid deforestation to prepare for a better generation in the future.”

Angel Mutoni, 12, P 6

. “Abrupt bush and forest burning is one result of Climate Change especially when in western countries. When they experience abrupt fires, the smoke affects the air that people breathe,”

Brian Tumusime, 12, P6.

“Dangerous chemical wastes should no longer be directed into water bodies which will be used by various people all over the world. These cause a lot of health problems in their daily life.”

Chamu Muhoza, 11, P5.

. “Some serious measures should be taken in countries that are causing pollution. People should stop buying and consuming their products if their industry fumes are not treated before releasing  them into the air.”

Kevin Shema, 11, P5.

“The advice that I can give especially to more developed countries is that, when they do not follow the entire standards of protecting the environment from Climate Change, they will face problems that some times are beyond their control.”

Rehema Vanila, 13, P6.

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