Gayaza girls’ fight for the environment
A set of four girls at Gayaza High School, took a delegation including French Ambassador Sophie Makame, European Union head of delegation Kristian Schmidt and the media around their biogas project. Starting with the greenhouse where the school grows vegetables, they guided a tour around the school as they explained how the biogas plant which serves the main kitchen works. This was during a forum on Youth and Climate Change held at Gayaza last Saturday to coincide with the signing ceremony of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in New York. There, world leaders dedicated to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to keep global temperatures at 2 per cent or successfully 1.5 per cent.