THE PEACE FLAG- One Flag Many Worlds
UNITED NATIONS OFFICIAL MOBILIZING PARTNER
United Nations ACT4SDG's
United Nations ACT4SDG's
International day of Peace
Building on educational and training programs to encourage public participation in addressing climate change and its effects, the Ocean Flag creates awareness and facilitates the exchange of information across all sectors of society to develop meaningful responses for ocean health.
To create actionable results through artistic collaborations and unification of humanity
We live in unprecedented times.
Times where a virus has broken boundaries and got us to realize that we are only human.
while governments and people are have joined hands to fight climate change and the pandemic.
The world remains...yet divided
The power lies in our hands to make this world a better place, leaving no one behind.
The Peace Flag project works with the Sustainable Development Goal 16- Peace, Justice and Strong institutions.
Now connecting 193 countries, The Peace Flag is a traveling piece of art across nations and borders, displaying human strength, resilience and unity.
As the flag continues to grow, every art work and person becomes a part of its history.
Around the world, and particularly in regions already suffering from insecurity, global warming poses an additional and increasingly prominent threat to sustaining peace.
The effects of global warming and environmental degradation can compound other conflict drivers or become additional security risks. They also undermine prevention efforts.
Local resource competition, transboundary natural resource and water management, extreme weather events, disasters, and livelihood insecurity are all climate-related security risks that need to be understood and addressed in a holistic manner through activities that contribute to their prevention.
One of the challenges fashion faces in reducing its GHG footprint is the likelihood that shifting population and consumption patterns will drive continuing industry growth.
A predicted rise in volumes could push carbon emissions to around 2.7 billion metric tons a year by 2030 if no abatement actions are taken.
To reach the 1.5-degree pathway, the industry would need to intensify its abatement actions and scale up existing decarbonization efforts to reduce annual emissions to around 1.1 billion metric tons in 2030, roughly half of today’s figure.
21 Percent of carbon emission is through consumers
The Peace Flag Project has saved a staggering 25 million liters of water, and prevented clothes from entering the land fill since its inception in September 2020.
Do your bit to save the planet. Wrap the world in Peace.
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