Juba, 21 September 2014 - Hundreds of people took to the streets of the South Sudan capital Jubato 'Walk for Peace'and demand for peace during International Day of Peace commemorationsorganized by the National Platform for Peace and Reconciliation (NPPR).Marching to the sounds of a police Brass Band, civil society activists, school children, andUnited Nations personnel led by the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General Mr.
Chuol Rambang, then closed formal proceedings with a plea to all South Sudanese to actively participate in peace building initiatives like those being done under the NPPR. "...Getting peace requires a collective effort.
Property owners who are liable for the full five years of the NPPR
charge now owe their local authority more than [euro]4,200.
The specific years of implementation are obtained from the NPPR
and state environmental bureaus.
Combined, the NPPR winners cut greenhouse gas emissions by 800,000 tons, reduced air pollution by nearly 100,000 tons/year, conserved more than six billion kilowatts of energy, and reduced water consumption by over 45 million gallons a year, while cutting costs by over $10 million.
The NPPR is the largest membership organization in the United States devoted solely to pollution prevention and provides a national forum for promoting the development, implementation, and evaluation of efforts to avoid, eliminate or reduce pollution at the source.
(1997) The National Roundtable of Pollution Prevention Programs, 218 D Street S.E., Washington, D.C.
Bernard Oliya Suwa is a key leader in the NPPR
structure, and he is also the Secretary General of the Committee for National Healing, Peace, and Reconciliation.