Friday, September 22, 2023

Governor calls on need for collective efforts to preserve the environment

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Jamshedpur : Governor Droupadi Murmu on Wednesday gave a call on all stakeholders to collectively protect the environment from greener future.

She said that the fight against for a greener environmental practices it required collaboration of all people and it is not only the duty of Government or members Eco Club members to do so.

�It was time for the society to act collectively to curb the environmental degradation and pollution so that posterity would not blame the current generation for negligence,� she said.

She was addressing the closing ceremony of a three-day programme organised by the State Forest Management And Conservation Committee to celebrate World Environment Day at K.N. J High School in rebel-hit Chakulia block of Ghatshila sub-division.

Murmu talked about the importance of saving the earth and its relation with the history and culture of society. She pointed out that we cannot about materialistic approach towards life.

�We need to celebrate Environment Day daily. We must strive to encourage the youths to realise a unique harmony not only with the outer environment but also with their inner-self,� said the Governor.

She stressed upon the need for a continuous awareness campaign about the concept of �Green Earth� among the youths. She motivated the participants to take steps for a better tomorrow. She expressed her concern about the indiscriminate usage of groundwater, other natural resources.

Laxman Tudu, MLA Ghatshila, in his address to the gathering, said that the efforts taken by the forest department towards environment protection in and around the block are remarkable and appreciable. These environmental events, awareness programmes and campaigns should be conducted everywhere throughout the year by other organisations as well.

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