SOIL Agronomist Jean-Marie Talks About the Role of EcoSan in Improving Sanitation, Health, and Biodiversity in Haiti
SOIL’s work in Haiti was recently recognized by The Nature Conservancy / Rare Conservation Solution Search which highlighted the innovative ways people around the world are adapting to the impacts of climate change. At a beautiful ceremony in Washington, D.C., SOIL Agronomist Jean-Marie Noel accepted First Prize in the People’s Choice category for SOIL’s successful projects to improve sanitation, health, and biodiversity in Haiti.
Check out this recently-released video of the presentation that Jean-Marie gave about SOIL at the DC event:
More about SOIL’s Award Winning Entry in the Nature Conservancy / Rare Conservation Solution Search:
- Huff Post Green: Solution Search: Local Projects Inspire Global Action, November 5, 2013
- SOIL Supporters for the Win!, October 29, 2013
- Press Release: SOIL a Finalist in the Nature Conservancy / Rare Solution Search: Adapting to Climate Change, September 12, 2013
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