UPOLI municipality and university community commemorate World Environment Day

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With an environmental fair accompanied by entrepreneurs from different sectors, the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power of Managua and the Polytechnic University of Nicaragua (UPOLI), celebrated World Environment Day this Friday, which has been commemorated since June 5, 1972.

To the sound of the songs of the peasant mass, the authorities of both institutions and the voluntary environmental brigade, made up of students from this Alma Mater reaffirmed the commitment to watch over and protect the resources of Mother Earth.

During the inauguration, the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado swore in the volunteer environmental brigade and gave recognition to the university authorities, for the invaluable support to the projects and conferences that the Commune runs to raise awareness among the population.

"We should be the guardians of Mother Earth to guarantee an inheritance to future generations, we have to work together to guarantee a green heart in each municipality of the country," said Rueda to the young people who have participated in the conferences throughout the year. of reforestation, “Salvemos Tiscapa” and in the Environmental Education Plan, which is carried out in the urbanizations of Villa Dignidad, Villa Jerusalen and Ciudad Belén.

The Director of the UPOLI Outreach and Social Projection Program, Evelia Soza, explained that the environmental fair is part of many activities that will take place starting this Friday, June 4, and reiterated once again the commitment of the university community to the work that the Municipality has been doing in defense of the environment.

“This week we are working hard to contribute to environmental awareness and that it reaches each neighborhood directly, we have years of working with the Mayor's Office and we are witnesses of the work that has been carried out to teach the population the correct management of solid waste and we with Our brigades are going to continue supporting this effort for the benefit of the capital and its natural resources, ”said Soza.

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