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Dharithri

Dharithri

Join hands to save environment. Keep calm & go green

Introduction

Human activities pose a bountiful of effects on the biophysical environmental. Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural environment on the individual, organizational or governmental levels, for the benefit of both the environment and humans. Environmentalism, a social and environmental movement, addresses environmental issues through advocacy, education and activism.

AIMS and OBJECTIVE

Environ atmental awareness is intended towards better use of our resources. The mismanagement of resources had resulted in various environmental issues like pollution, global warming, and nuclear hazards, to name a few. To reduce the quantity of polluting substances discharged into the environment. To increase the use of environmentally acceptable materials. To use modern equipment and technology in place of those considered harmful. To minimize the impact of all our activities on our surroundings. To recycle and reuse products wherever possible. To encourage environmental awareness among the employees and suppliers.

TODAYS SITUATION

The Earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations.


~ John Paul II


Environmental issues are defined as problems with the planet’s systems (air, water, soil, etc.) that have developed as a result of human interference or mistreatment of the planet. Soil degradation. Overgrazing, monoculture planting, erosion, soil compaction, overexposure to pollutants, land-use conversion - there's a long list of ways that soils are being damaged. Species extinction. On land, wild animals are being hunted to extinction for bushmeat, ivory, or "medicinal" products. At sea, huge industrial fishing boats equipped with bottom-trawling or purse-seine nets clean out entire fish populations. We need plants and trees to survive. They provide oxygen, food, water and medicine for everyone, all over the globe. But if deforestation continues at the rate it’s occurring, we won’t have much of the valuable forestry left. Biodiversity is the most complex and vital feature of our planet. Water pollution is a huge concern for us and our environment.


PLAN OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS

Environmental awareness is to understand the fragility of our environment and the importance of its protection. Promoting environmental awareness is an easy way to become an environmental steward and participate in creating a brighter future for everyone. You must first make sure that you have a thorough understanding of environmental issues. Stay up to date on environmental news, read books and other resources, and learn about the issues affecting your own community. It’s much easier to talk to others about the environment if you’ve already taken the time to educate yourself.


Numerous resources are available to promote environmental awareness and education: group learning (inside or outside of the classroom), informational and inspirational seminars, online courses, books, articles, videos, and brochures are just a few of the tools that can get you involved in promoting the environment.


RESULTS AND OUTCOME

A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Love of nature are the language of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.


The UN calls for protecting oceans, giving them sufficient resources, and reducing overfishing, pollution and acidification of the ocean caused by the increase in the earth's temperature.


Requires an energy transition towards a cleaner, more accessible and efficient model based on the use of renewable energy sources to build communities that are more sustainable, inclusive and resistant to environmental problems like climate change.


The UN considers it essential to change the food production model and our food habits, including a more plant-based diet featuring local ingredients to save energy and reduce CO2 emissions.


Protecting Biodiversity to conserve our natural heritage, including our increasingly threatened forests.


The metropolises of the future will need to be compact, safe, inclusive, ecological and energy efficient, with more green spaces, more environmentally friendly buildings and more sustainable methods of transport which put the needs of pedestrians above those of traffic.


The responsible use of hydrological resources will improve food and energy production, as well as protecting the biodiversity of our water ecosystems and helping us slow climate change.