The 2022 World Environment Day campaign #OnlyOneEarth calls for collective action.
The 2022 World Environment Day campaign #OnlyOneEarth calls for collective, transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet .
Environment is a major concern for Mother Earth's creatures, and we must take care of it. We have been consuming, exploiting, and destroying our planet's ecosystems for a long time. What we eat and how we produce food have a significant environmental impact. From forests to peatlands to coasts, we all rely on healthy ecosystems to survive. The interaction of living organisms - plants, animals, and humans - with their surroundings is defined as an ecosystem.
Agriculture is not only an important part of social and economic development, but it also has a significant environmental impact. Climate change, deforestation, biodiversity loss, dead zones, genetic engineering, irrigation problems, pollutants, soil degradation, unbalanced pesticide & fungicide problem, and waste are all examples of how agriculture contributes to environmental degradation.
Agriculture, on the other hand, can have a positive impact on the environment, for example, by harnessing the greenhouse effect within crops and soils, or by mitigating drought and flood risks through the adoption of certain farming practices such as increasing carbon by recycling, reducing farm waste by recycling it and conserving runoff water through bunding, checking dams, afforestation, and well recharge in a micro watershed catchment area.
In this context, FGH takes positive action with our agricultural experts and clients. Our approach is holistic, comprehensive, a total perspective. This is our goal, we provide advice and consulting that range from surveys to planning and guidance to long-term management of the land, natural and cultural resources.
“Our staff has expertise in developing strategies focused on ecological, economic, and social sustainability based upon sound principles” Dr. Patrick Temple, VP, Agricultural Value Chains