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World Environment Day celebrated on 05 June 2020

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June every year. Its aim is to raise global awareness and mobilise action for environment protection.

In the year 1972, the United Nations Conference on the Human environment was held from 5th June to 16th June. After that, every year on 5th June, it has been hosted by different countries of the world with different theme.
This year's theme of World Environment Day is BIODIVERSITY.

Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play.

For example:

And so, while we dominate this planet, we still need to preserve the diversity in wildlife.

To keep up with the pace our CLIMATE WARRIORS have contributed to mother earth in a variety of ways.

  • Making bird feeders
  • Planting trees
  • Writing slogans
  • Making posters.

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TAKING A PLEGDE TO PROTECT MOTHER EARTH

Pledge to be climate-conscious, create awareness within families & communities. Every minute counts, be a Climate Warrior.

 

Vrinda Arora and Zahra Shirpurwala of class VII bagged "Good Air Warrior Award" on World Environment Day

Vrinda Arora and  Zahra Shirpurwala of class VII from our school were shortlisted from schools across India to be the part of E-talk Show on 05 June 2020  as Young Warriors of Good Air on the occasion of World Environment Day. This talk show was hosted by the IHW council for young voices to come and put forth their thoughts and opinions on air pollution and the impact of covid -19 lockdown on our lives.  Lucipriya Kangujam, a young environment activist was also a part of this E-talk show and children across India shared their opinions on the issue. Hon. Justice Swatantra Kumar, the former judge of the Supreme Court of India, former chairperson, National Green Tribunal was among the panelists and encouraged  these young voices and guided them on how they can impact the environmental led policies for a better tomorrow. It was great to see how these young climate crusaders exchanged ideas and are set to become young climate activists to make our planet green again.

 
Vrinda Arora Zahra Shirpurwala
Vrinda Arora Zahra Shirpurwala
 
Presentation by Vrinda Arora Presentation by Zahra Shirpurwala
 
Towards a pollution-free planet

Human activities contaminate ecosystems around the world—from pole to pole, from the highest mountains to the ocean deep. Toxic chemicals can be found in pristine forests and the blood of Arctic animals. Litter floats beneath the surface of oceans miles away from land. Even excess noise and light are interrupting natural patterns and disrupting the lives of animals and people.

Pollution today is pervasive and persistent. While the world has achieved significant economic growth over the past few decades, it has been accompanied by large amounts of pollution, with significant impacts on human health and ecosystems and the ways in which some of the major Earth systems processes, such as the climate, are functioning. The posters describes the pollution challenge, explores what is already being done to address pollution, and proposes focused and actionable interventions to address pollution in all its forms. Let us all take a call on the occasion of WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY (5TH JUNE 2020) to act towards a pollution-free planet.

A pollution-free planet is by far and away the best insurance for the survival and well-being of current and future generations of humans and ecosystems. 

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