In trying to put green economy in the spot light, we should try to identify the needs and where it exists. I believe when the needs are seen by the youths, the motivation to meet it will be there not excluding engaging policies that will make thrive too. How can we work together at various levels to make this happen?
Tiwaladeiye Agbeniga 14 Entrpreneur
I am a young man who is very passionate about green economy and youth advocacy. A representative for Nigeria at ILO's centenary youth summit THEMED: TODAY AND TOMORROW WITH DESCENT JOB FOR YOUTHS, an alumnus of Alibaba Group Initiative and also a member of a lot of youth forums.
I am an advocate for wellness, environmental conservation and climate management. I ventured into the production of sugarcane juice with varieties of other fruits as an alternative to aerated drinks since nature has blessed us with all of these.
In search of what we can use the biomass generated from all this fruits extract and other agricultural wastes for, I discovered about 15 or more products that can be gotten from the carbonisation of different agro biomass which can be used by different economic sector like Energy, Pharmaceutical, Agriculture, Cosmetic, Geological, Environmental and so on, which will thereby bring decrease to unemployment rate by bringing a lot of youths on board, increase the zeal to go into agricultural cultivation of a lot of farm produce since there would be a lot of constant need that will be needed to be met and also reducing carbon footprint, therefore embracing about 80% of SDG's.
|Themes:||Alternative learning pathways,Career guidance and employment services,Decent jobs for youth hazardous occupations,Decent jobs for youth in fragile situations,Decent jobs for youth in the green economy,Decent jobs for youth in the rural economy,Digital skills and jobs in the digital economy,Economic and employment policies for youth job creation,Foundation and core skills for the 21st century,Gender equality,Job quality and the transition to formal employment,Technical and vocational skills and work-based learning,Young persons with disability,Youth entrepreneurship and self-employment,Youth rights, engagement and advocacy|
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