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The time is now more than ever to focus on our environment – to restore the damage caused and protect it for our future. As we continue to battle a global health crisis, today it has become evident more than ever that humanity is a part of a symbiotic whole and the wellbeing of our species is profoundly linked to that of all others.

This World Environment Day, under the theme ‘Time for Nature’, various HPPI projects organised group discussions, awareness meetings and tree plantation drives, keeping in mind the precautions to maintain physical distance and practice all sanitary measures.

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In HPPI’s Necessary Teacher Training Programme in Nalanda, Bihar, student-teachers and staff members met online and held discussions about the state of the environment and the current scenario we are all in. Several student-teachers showcased their ideas through paintings and poems during this session. An online quiz based on environment day was also organised in which student-teachers participated with much enthusiasm.

In our Community Development Project in Karkar, Ghaziabad, members of the Youth Club organised a tree plantation drive which was supported by Ultra International Limited and Sanganeria Foundation for Health and Education. The participating youth wore masks and maintained appropriate physical distance as they planted saplings in their local area.

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Similarly, team members in the Green Action Project along with members from Havells India Limited planted 57 trees in their Neemrana campus in Rajasthan, while maintaining social distancing and abiding with all safety measures. The Project has till date planted 150,000 trees in the past two years.

In the Tejaswini Project implemented in Jharkhand, staff members and beneficiaries –adolescent girls and young women –planted saplings in their respective districts while in the Nand Ghar Project implemented in Rajasthan, staff members and Anganwadi workers helped pre-school children understand the importance of the environment and planted saplings with them inside the campus.

Since 1974, World Environment Day has been celebrated annually on June 5 to raise the importance of the healthy and green environment in human lives, to solve the issues of the environment by implementing positive environmental actions by government, organisations and individual combined.

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