Froggyland Survives Water Overshoot

Froggyland community join forces to take care of the environment


After many years of a struggle with the adverse impacts of human development on the environment, Froggyland community finally  breathed a sigh of relief when it was finally announced on Froggyland National TV that ground water levels have stabilised after a 50 years long battle.
From the painstaking experience the community takes away with with them, the love for their environment, better understanding on how to balance human development and  care for environment and above all assurance that the future generations will be provided for if they protect  the most important resource they have: Their Environment.

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I have just graduated from Queen's University, Belfast with a BSc Land Use & Environmental Management. I am in Berlin for four months to build on that learning with some practical internship experience...


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