Pollution and Social greenery
Global environmental problems are of great concern not only because of nature’s intrinsic value or because of ethical concerns for future generations but they can harm human health and well-being, impose disruptive costs on national economies, as well. Ecosystems transfer pollutants geographically. Thus contaminants from emissions in one area may eventually appear elsewhere. Contaminants that accumulate in ecosystems may have nonlinear effects on environmental quality, so that even in small quantities they could have unanticipated and sometimes disastrous results
The ABC is also aimed at shouldering a much larger mandate of performing as an holistic movement of learning and educating on all issues relating to environmental sanitation and about pollution in and around High Biodiversity reach area. The aim is to treat environmental sanitation and pollution as a major field of education and disseminate knowledge and skills to all age groups at national, regional and global levels, predominantly through capacity building and training, knowledge management and technology transfer, consultancy services, research and development, project management, action sociology and gender mainstreaming.