Pascal Baute, biologist, is a Belgian Expert in environmental education and international environment policy. Pascal is the founder and the President of the Belgian non-profit organization, Nature, Sciences & Cultures which is active in West Africa.
Pascal had a first career in international environment policy for the Belgian Government, when he did extensive project management in Western and Northern Africa. He then turned to project management in Canada and the Botanical Gardens of the University of Liège, Belgium. He is currently working as a science teacher at college-level in Brussels.
Nouakchott, capital city of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is the biggest city in the Sahara region. Like other major cities worldwide, the city is plagued by environmental, social and economic challenges. Sewage disposal network, dating back to 1960’s is no longer sufficient for Nouakchott. The country is heavily dependent on fossil fuels and woody biomass for meeting energy requirements, though there is good potential of solar, wind and biomass energy. Solid waste management is becoming a major headache for city planners. Population is increasing at a tremendous pace which is putting tremendous strain on meager civic resources. Making of … Continue reading →
During the last few decades, agriculture and animal-rearing has become commercialized and industrialised. The breeding and slaughtering of farm animals in Muslim countries has become an unethical money-making business. In addition, the halal label has lost its real meaning due to focus on maximum productivity and minimal compassion towards animals. The consumption of meat products has increased manifolds in recent years which has led to significant increase in public health issues. Moreover, it is having harmful effects on the environment and on animal health as well. Animals and the Holy Quran Long before the emergence of the animal rights movement, … Continue reading →
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