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World Environment Day

What is World Environment Day

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5, to remind us that humans are not alone on this planet, we live in close harmony with other species.

Nature has given the ability to humans to do far greater things than the other species are capable of. Probably that’s the reason, of our selfish interest we have forgotten about others and have intentionally or unintentionally destroyed the beautiful nature.

Dwindling forests, air pollution, water shortages, extinction of many animals, rising earth temperature, reducing polar regions are prime examples of our negligence or cruelty (depends on what side you want to sit on).

If you do not believe, then why suddenly amid the lockdown, when economic activity came to the standstill, nature started peeping out. People were able to witness snow-capped mountains, which were hidden for the last 30-40 years because of pollution and dismal air quality. This was a small reminder from nature to wake up.

World Environment Day

World Environment Day

UN General Assembly in the year 1972, on the first day of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, World Environment Day was established. Two years later, in 1974 the first World Environment Day was held with the theme “Only One Earth”. From there on the day is celebrated annually to raise awareness on environmental issues, global warming, sustainability, etc.

Human beings cannot survive in isolation, the entire ecosystem is interconnected to each other. The food we eat, the oxygen we breathe, the water we drink, the beautiful sights we see – all of it is bio-diversity.

From small ants & little insects to big elephants & giant whales – everything is playing a part in the ecosystem.

Conclusion

The purpose of this writing is not to bore you, it is not about blame, it is not about just one day, it is about doing each and every day.

  1. Bring a change in your lifestyle, see how better can we live with nature, make little alterations in our day-to-day life.
  2. Educate other people, this is not a fight we can win alone, even if we are able to create awareness to a small minority of people and take it forward from there, it will create a world of difference.

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