Who remembers Jhoel HerreraDuring his professional football career, his fine game and the claws he set out on each play to protect the colors of the club he played stood out as he wore the Peruvian team jersey.
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Born in Pisco, Ica, Jhoel came to play for Sporting Cristal, Alianza Lima, Universitario de Deportes and Real Garcilaso, among others, and also played for Belchatów in Poland. With two national colors, he made his debut in 2007.
Two years ago Jhoel Herrera He left the football activities in the first division. But he was not separated from his career.
In the district windowIn which he now lives, promotes beneficial actions Environmental conservationFor this reason, he deems it imperative that all people have access to environmental education. “Just as we will realize the importance of caring for the environment”He commented
Jhoel said the initiative of Planting trees on the land next to the house which is considered a green area. But not a single tree was planted until April 2020.
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“We know that land is a green space for the community and the municipality must be sown and maintained. But all this time it was abandoned. Within weeks of quarantine due to the outbreak, I started planting some plants. I believe we all need to work together with our community. ”He pointed
His followers on social networks, upon learning of the initiative, suggested he grow plants that do not need a lot of water to grow and are native to the country.(Photo: Ministry of Environment)
“My neighbors joined the project and now the community uses land with plants. I plant geraniums, cacti, eucalypts, and creepers called corrées. “He added after remembering that his mother was the one who instilled in him a love for plants and for the environment.
Against marine pollution
Jhoel urges the population “Eliminate single-use plastic consumption, as it takes years to decompose, pollute our seas and kill fish and other animals.”.
Although it is now not allowed to access the file. beachAs the outbreak suggests, before entering these natural areas, families, especially girls and boys, should be talked about caring for these ecosystems. That will enable them to become responsible adults in the future and know how to take care of their cities, countries and worlds, he said.
“It is impossible to find diapers, plastic bags, detergent and even building materials.”Repeating former members of the Peruvian soccer team.
A well-known footballer also says that he uses cloth bags to shop and push carts to the market. She argues that these kinds of habits will result in “More Peruvians are aware of the need to stop consuming single-use plastics and use masks and other reusable products.”
The former Peruvian recruiter said now, together with his community committee, it is organizing a facility to recycle plastic, cardboard and other usable waste.
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