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Mumbai Airport Plants Trees During Van Mahostav

Mumbai Airport Plants Trees During Van Mahostav

National
GVK officers participating in plantation initiative on account of Van Mahotsav organized by Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) The Mumbai International Airport Ltd. (MIAL), the company that administers GVK Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), planted tree saplings on 1 July 2016 on the occasion of Van Mahotsav. During the entire week from 1st to 7th July 2016, MIAL planted saplings around the airport premises. The saplings include Pink Trumpet Tree (Tabebuia Rosea) and Fern tree (Filicium Decipience) varieties that are of flowering category. The company also committed to make tree plantation a regular activity in the months to come. Started in 1950 by the Ministry of Agriculture, Van Mahotsav (Forest Festival) is an annual tree-planting festival held across I...
Celebrate Van Mahotsav: Bring Alive the Spirit to Plant and Save Trees

Celebrate Van Mahotsav: Bring Alive the Spirit to Plant and Save Trees

Articles
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit Makes that extra effort to ensure the proper plantation of saplings during a Government led tree plantation drive. “Sir santhe rooke rahe to bhi sasto jaan“ (If a tree is saved even at the cost of one’s head, it’s worth it.”), noted Amrita Devi Bishnoi as she hugged the trees to stop them from being felled. Trees have been serving humanity since times immemorial. The very existence of man would not have been possible without trees and other green plants. Trees also play an important role in the achievement of human security. Whether it is through the provision of livelihood resources (e.g. food, medicine, cooking fuel, construction materials etc) or ecosystem services such as water and air purification, climate regulation and erosion control, trees
“Finish De-Greening Before Implementing Greening Projects”, Jairam

“Finish De-Greening Before Implementing Greening Projects”, Jairam

Green Alert
Minister of State for Environment and Forests (I/C) Shri Jairam Ramesh releasing a ‘Calendar of Events’ at the World Forestry Day Celebrations in New Delhi In keeping with the mandate of his Ministry of environment protection and conservation, Environment Minister Shri Jairam Ramesh clarified further his agenda by declaring that "We must finish de-greening before we start greening projects. The de-greening has been created by industrial construction." Utilizing the opportunity of the World Forestry Day to the fullest, he further said, "The pressure of our population and works done in the name of progress have damaged our forests and rivers. This is the biggest challenge we face today. We have to achieve economic growth along with conserving forests and keeping our rivers clean."

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