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5 June 2020
India Greens Party greets world citizens on occasion of World Environment Day!
New Delhi, 5 June 2020: The India Greens Party (IGP) — the first pan-India green party — has extended its best wishes to all citizens of the Earth on the occasion of the World Environment Day (WED) and called upon them to find time for Nature and rededicate themselves to protect it from all impending ecological and environmental threats.
The WED is celebrated on 5 June every year and it is the UN principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of our environment.
Each year, the WED provides a new theme that the governments, organisations, corporations, NGOs, communities and all celebrities worldwide adopt to advocate environmental causes.
The theme for World Environment Day 2020 is: ‘Time for Nature’ with a focus on its role in providing the essential infrastructure that supports life on Earth and human development.
In a press statement issued here on the occasion of the WED, the IGP President Suresh Nautiyal said it is our duty and responsibility to find time for Nature and rededicate ourselves to protect it from all impending ecological and environmental threats.
“That is one of the ways to celebrate the World Environment Day,” Mr Nautiyal added.
On the occasion, Mr Nautiyal called upon the Government of India not go ahead with all those projects that posed threats to the ecology and environment and put the future of the generations ahead in danger.
“On this occasion, it is important to know that climate emergency is for real and it is the responsibility of every citizens and every government to deal with the critical situation,” the IGP President pointed out.
Mr Nautiyal said it is high time to learn from the Corona pandemic, which is a result of the ecological crisis.
-Press Statement issued by party Spokesperson Ms Rehana Siddiqui.