Green Energy and Environmental Services Co. W.L.L (GEESC) specializes in Health, Safety and Environment training & consultancy. Working with international partners,we bring you the best expertise from around the globe.We provide feasibility studies and predesign, design and management of projects on all aspects of environmental, energy and sustainability issues.
NEVER BUY a turtle or tortoise from a pet shop as it increases demand from the wild. REPORT THE SALE of any turtle or tortoise of any kind less than four inches. This is illegal. REPORT THE CRUELTY or illegal sales of turtles and tortoises to your local animal control shelter. NEVER REMOVE turtles or tortoises from the wild unless they are sick or injured. WRITE LETTERS to legislators asking them to keep sensitive habitat preserved or closed to off road vehicles, and to prevent off shore drilling that can lead to more endangered sea turtle deaths. EMERGENCY CARE :-If a tortoise is crossing a busy street, pick it up and send it in the same direction it was going – if you try to make it go back, it will turn right around again
Biodiversity is the foundation of ecosystem services to which human well-being is intimately linked. No feature of Earth is more complex, dynamic, and varied than the layer of living organisms that occupy its surfaces and its seas, and no feature is experiencing more dramatic change at the hands of humans than this extraordinary, singularly unique feature of Earth. This layer of living organisms—the biosphere—through the collective metabolic activities of its innumerable plants, animals, and microbes physically and chemically unites the atmosphere, geosphere, and hydrosphere into one environmental system within which millions of species, including humans, have thrived. Breathable air, potable water, fertile soils, productive lands, bountiful seas, the equitable climate of Earth’s recent history, and other ecosystem services are manifestations of the workings of life. It follows that large-scale human influences over this biota have tremendous impacts on human well-being. It also follows that the nature of these impacts, good or bad, is within the power of humans to influence - Help us and focus on the need for society to be aware of the wide range of values of biodiversity, including social, ecological and economic benefits.
World Migratory Bird Day is an international event held on the second weekend of May to highlight the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats. Qatar is an important bird 'stop-over' site in Middle East. Over 300 species of birds reside here. The accumulation of plastic and plastic pollution has become a worldwide epidemic and a primary threat to birds across the globe. World Migratory Bird Day aims to encourage the international community, governmental, non-governmental organizations as well as all individuals to work together to conserve migratory birds around the world. Migratory birds are concentrated in a number of areas in Qatar: Al Zakhira, Al Aaliya Island, Sheraauh, Al Shat Island and Khor Al Edaid. Qatar established Hima Fund for taking care of and protecting endangered birds. This idea emerged from the 31st Meeting of the Birds Protection World Council, which was held in Doha in May 2008. Establishing Hima Fund was a preliminary step of the endangered bird’s protection program.
The Earth Day is celebrated on 22th of April every year for inspiring the awareness of Earth’s environment. The Earth Day is now a global event celebrated by more than 1 billion people in over 192 countries including Qatar. EARTH DAY TIPS 1. Plant a tree or donate a tree. 2. Join a local park, river or beach clean-up. 3. Use environmentally-friendly, non-toxic cleaning products. 4. Carpool, ride your bike, use public transportation or drive an electric or hybrid car. 5. Change your car’s air filter regularly. 6. Teleconference instead of traveling. If you fly five times per year, those trips are likely to account for 75% of your personal carbon footprint. 7. Stop using disposable plastics, especially single-use plastics like bottles, bags and straws. 8. Recycle paper, plastic and glass. 9. Donate your old clothes and home goods instead of throwing them out. When you need something, consider buying used items. 10. Use cloth towels instead of paper ones. 11. Change your paper bills to online billing. You’ll be saving trees and the fuel it takes to deliver your bills by truck. 12. Read documents online instead of printing them. 13. When you need to use paper, make sure it’s 100% post- consumer recycled paper. 14. Set your office printer to print two-sided. 15. Collect used printer, fax, and copier cartridges to recycle. 16. Convince your school district or office building to choose reusable utensils, trays, and dishes in the cafeteria. 17. Use reusable bottles for water, and reusable mugs for coffee. 18. Bring reusable bags when you shop. 19. Pack your lunch in a reusable bag. 20. Organize to have healthy, locally-sourced food served at in your school district. 21. Buy local food to reduce the distance from farm to fork. Buy straight from the farm, frequent your local farmers’ market, or join a local food co-op. 22. Buy organic food to keep your body and the environment free of toxic pesticides. Support farmers and companies who use organic ingredients. 23. Grow your own organic garden or join a farm-share group. 24. Reduce your meat consumption to curb carbon emissions from the livestock industry. 25. Compost kitchen scraps for use in your garden — turning waste into fertilizer. 26. Take a shorter shower and use a water-saving shower head. 27. Fix leaky faucets and shower-heads. 28. Run your dishwasher only when it’s full to save water and energy. 29. Conserve water outdoors by only watering your lawn in the early morning or late at night. Use drought-resistant plants in dry areas. 30. Wash your clothes only when necessary, use cold water and line dry. 31. Form a “green team” at your office to find cost-effective ways to conserve resources and promote sustainability. 32. Volunteer for a local environmental group and/or make a donation. 33. Pull out invasive plants in your yard or garden and replace them with native ones. 34. Turn off and unplug electronics you’re not using. This includes turning off your computer at night. 35. Turn off lights when you leave a room. 36. Install solar panels on your roof. 37. Take the stairs instead of the elevator to save energy and get exercise! 38. Move your heater thermostat down two degrees in winter and up two degrees in the summer to reduce your carbon footprint. 39. Lower the temperature on your water heater. 40. Contact your utility company and find out about renewable energy options. 41. Use energy-efficient appliances and electronics.
Under the patronage of Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, Qatar had hosted its 7th International Agricultural Exhibition - AgriteQ and the First International Environmental Exhibition - EnviroteQ. GEESC was the only Qatari Environmental Consultancy Company among other 51 countries at the environmental section of the exhibition and played a vital role in presenting and discussing environmental issues and solutions for Qatar. We had visitors from the government, private sectors and educational facilities and been honored by the visit of our chairman Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Abdulla Al Thani.
We are very pleased to share with you that in compliance with the new regulations of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, We are now an approved Environmental Consultant and Service provider classified Class A in all the below categories: - Environmental Impact Assessments. - Environmental Surveying. - Marine Surveying. - Environmental Monitoring and Calibration. - Environmental Auditing. - Source Emissions. - Construction Environmental Management Plans. - Waste Treatment and Disposal. - Contaminated Sites rehabilitation. In accordance to MME's new regulations, only approved consultants and service providers shall be eligible to perform effective 2018.
Under the patronage of the Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, H.E. Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, Qatar Development Bank (QDB), in collaboration with Qatar Chamber, honoured 50 top local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) at the awarding ceremony of SME Excellence List 2016. QDB has shortlisted outstanding performers of the local private sector from amongst a collection of more than 800 enterprises.
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