Calling on the people to protect the planet’s biodiversity on the occasion of World Environment Day 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Twitter on Friday, June 5 that we need to work together to ensure that we share the earth with all the plants and animals we share. Improve
In a tweet, Prime Minister Modi said, “On World Environment Day, we reiterate our commitment to protect the rich biodiversity of our planet. Let’s work together to ensure the flora and fauna of all the people we share with the world. A better planet for future generations.”
Prime Minister Modi also attached parts of his Mann Ki Baat episode, where he talks about biodiversity, the theme of this year’s World Environment Day.
In addition to the Prime Minister, President Kobind said on Twitter: “Greetings to #WorldEnvironmentDay which reminds us to appreciate the interconnectedness of all living things. Our ancient knowledge has taught us to protect our biodiversity and conservation environment. To confirm the planet. “
In multiple tweets, President Kovid said: “We mark this occasion in the COVID-19 epidemic this year. The world has effectively tackled the challenge and I am confident that we have all learned the right lessons and are determined to make the current crisis stronger and wiser.” “
World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year
World Environment Day reminds people not to underestimate nature but to be careful it is important to understand it every time and act accordingly.
Organized by the United Nations, the day is celebrated as one of the largest annual events aimed at raising awareness among the people.
The day was established in 1972 by the UN General Assembly on the first day of the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment. In 1974, the day marked the first celebration in Spokane, USA, with the theme “One World”.
(With IANS input)