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Over 250 000 members world wide. Or, more than the population of medium European City, is a powerhouse of active people.
The blue wave, BlueSkye Foundation member base is growing daily. Joint he fight against global warming.
The need is clear. As charity foundation registered and operated from Geneva Switzerland we are bound to transparency.The money donated is used to develop and improve the waste problem areas. BlueSkye Foundation builds waste-to-power stations turning the scrap and waste to CLEAN energy with ZERO hazardous emissions to the nature. The sold electricity is used to develop areal child protection, orphanages and for building more waste treatment facilities..
The goal to heal the badly toxic landfills is battle that we need to win one location at the time. Safeguarding the life of the children and refurbishment of the nature… now too toxic for sustainable life, will create possibility to diminish the ever growing flood of refugees to bigger cities and to other countries. Taking part of us as team member of donator is clear voice to nature conservation and safety of the children in same areas.
We are a local organization with five decades of experience, our board of trustees and professional staff have broad knowledge of community issues and needs. We’ve developed successful partnerships with local and national companies across different business sectors.
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Today, as a result of the dedication from the staff, board and volunteers, BlueSkye Foundation has taken its place as forefront of nature conservation on THE MOST DEMANDING locations across the 3rd world. We truly care what is happening to the world RIGHT NOW. To avoid and diminish the constantly growing floods of refugees we need to heal the suffering communities and most of all the nature in the polluted areas. Our task is not easy but with the it needs to be done to sustain life possibility for the people on the high risk areas. Our staff consist of the forefront leaders of waste-to-power and nature conservation, we can only feature few of our hundreds of heroes on the fight agains waste and neglect of children.
As a Founder and Senior Advisor of BlueSkye Foundation, Mr. Hannu Pelkonen is one of the leaders in waste to the energy industry in the Africa andAPAC region. With a career expanding over 35 years on the WTE industry, and partnerships with operators like ADB, UNICEF, World Bank and European Union, Mr. Pelkonen has had a unique place to see the change of nature and climate and how our past actions to change the issues have not been effective enough. One of the biggest reasons for being one of the founders of BlueSkye Foundation is being able to create remarkable changes to our earth and nature around the highly toxic landfill areas.
Dr. Mustafa Megrahi
Dr. Megrahi is world renown environmental author, educator and influencer, working with waste matter processing from nuclear to solid- household and industrial waste.
Dr.Megrahis career on waste management has taken him around the world and he has had an opportunity to be part of many landfill management/healing processes globally.
BlueSkye Foundation is determined to heal the suffering nature in communities highly polluted by unmanaged and illegal waste. If we don’t make the difference now, we won’t have insects, fresh clean water, breathable air nor place to inhabit the global population anymore in 100 years.
BlueSkye Foundation enables a more liveable environment, meaningful life, equal education and protection for children and women within impacted communities. In addition to giving improved human conditions to community members, BlueSkye makes it possible for people to stay in their own areas and diminish the refugee flow. BlueSkye does this by turning waste into energy, taking care of the ever-growing mountains of toxic and nature destroying landfills and enabling our global and local charity partners to take part in our community healing work.
Millions of people around the world have faced various natural disasters caused by climate change, poisonous or carcinogenic drinking waters, polluted air and nature full of trash, waste, and plastic. This is our image gallery of some of these events across the globe. We urgently need the change; the time is NOW!
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We are enabling a new and better life where life is currently dying and living conditions deteriorate beyond human tolerance.
Our waste handling facilities provide a solid foundation, a hub for community healing activities operated by our global and local partners. These activities may be schools, orphanages, women and family shelters, livelihood and education centres or other services the impacted community requires.
BlueSkye works with absolute transparency. We believe in letting people know how the money donated to charity is used. Any income our facilities may earn will be directly funnelled to waste handling project and its dependent community healing activities at hand, and allocated to the new waste management projects and facilities.
We believe that nature and the underprivileged members of the impacted community, children and women need to be in the centre of the equalizing benefits enabled by your donations.
As a benefactor, you can follow the progress of the project or charitable activity your donation is earmarked for by downloading BlueSkye app from your cell phone app store. This app gives you real-time info on how your donation has changed lives of the members of the impacted community after the BlueSkye facility is operational, and community project progress before it.
We also offer donors the possibility to visit our facilities and experience first-hand the real smiling faces of the people touched by your kindness.
We believe in putting the charity donations where it matters the most, building new waste management facilities that generate income to help to heal the impacted communities decades to come.
BlueSkye Foundation and its global network recognize the needs of others, both great and small, nature and all underprivileged members of the impacted communities.
It is also a recognition that any individual has the ability to ease the burden of nature, fellow human being and future of humankind.
The determination to fight for our environment and lead this work fuels BlueSkye Foundation.
Below, are some testimonials from our Blue Wave actives, donors, communities, community leaders and the children and their families.
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“The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation has estimated that around 60 million metric tons of MSW (Municipal solid waste) is generated each year, amounting to more than 400 kg per capita. The volume of MSW in Russia has been steadily increasing in recent years. On the volume of waste the problem arises from the ability or inability of governments, individuals and waste disposal firms to keep up with the task of managing waste and protecting the environment. There is no doubt that a dirty environment affects the standard of living, aesthetic sensibilities, and health of people, and thus has an impact on the quality of their lives. As a consequence, improper disposal or storage of waste can cause hazards to the society through the pollution of air, land and, especially, water”.
“Pakistan generates about 48 million tons of solid waste a year, which has been increasing more than 2 percent annually. Like other developing countries, Pakistan lacks waste management infrastructure, creating serious environmental problems. Most municipal waste is either burned, dumped or buried on vacant lots, threatening the health and welfare of the general population. The Government of Pakistan (GOP) estimates that 77,000 tons of solid waste is generated per day, mostly from major metropolitan areas. Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, generates more than 13,000 tons of municipal waste daily. All major cities face enormous challenges on how to manage urban waste”.
Waqas Ali Habib
“African cities face huge problems with collecting waste in the near future with Nairobi currently only collecting around 50 percent of all household rubbish, according to a new World Bank report. Sub-Saharan Africa set to become the fastest area for waste growth in the world over the next 40 years, the problem needs urgent resolution. At present more than half of waste is currently openly dumped, while in Europe, Central Asia and North America, around 90 percent of waste is collected. Sub-Saharan Africa generated 174 million tonnes of waste in 2016, at a rate of 0.46 kilogram per capita per day. It is the fastest growing region worldwide, with waste expected to nearly triple by 2050. About 69 percent of waste is openly dumped, although use of landfills and recycling systems is becoming more prevalent.The World Bank says the issue of waste collection in Africa is critical as more than half of the world’s population growth is anticipated to occur in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2050. With waste generation expected to more than quadruple by 2050, it is alarming that waste is predominantly openly dumped”.
“It’s just one sliver of the massive pollution problem in Asia. China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are dumping more plastic into oceans than the rest of the world combined, according to a 2017 report by Ocean Conservancy. This isn’t just an Asia problem. Plastic is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing the world. The U.S. wasted about 33.6 million tons of plastic, and only 9.5% was recycled.
For example the Indonesia’s Citarum River, blackened by debris beyond recognition, has been dubbed the most polluted river in the world. The situation has gotten so bad that the army was recently called in to remove the plastic waste — and prevent further dumping in the waterway”