Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar planted a sapling during the virtual celebration of the World Environment Day on 5 June 2020.
The Virtual Celebrations in India will be presided over by Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
The theme for World Environment Day 2020 is Biodiversity, a concern that is urgent and existential. It is time to start acting for nature.
The High Commission of Canada in India will be organising a Virtual Film Screening to celebrate World Environment Day 2020.
The legacy of global celebration of World Environment Day was started in 1974 and hosted by China, the theme this year is Beat Air Pollution.
The objective of the Film Festival is to use films as a means for engaging diverse audiences on pollution and spur change through creativity.
The hands-on environmental workshops at Agilent India helped get across the message of environmental protection to all its employees.
Composting is a simple method of breaking down organic matter or food/ kitchen waste in the presence of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and water.
The campaign urges citizens to plant a sapling and take a Selfie with it and share it with the hashtag #selfiewithsapling
Don’t dismiss air pollution as someone else’s environmental problem. Here are five steps how you can #beatairpollution this Environment Day.
The UN is urging everyone to wear a face mask. This despite its own admission that masks do little to help protect us from air pollution.
By World Environment Day 2019, Tata Starbucks will aim to transition all its stores to compostable and recyclable packaging solutions.