Earth Day

Earth Day

Every year, Earth Day is celebrated on 22 April all over the world. The day's lead is American Senator Gaylard Nelson. Gaylard Nelson, first of all, drew America's attention to the environmental side effects caused by American industrial development.

For this, he organized American society, provided a platform for protests and public movements. Those who have long struggled for the Santa Barbara oil spill, polluting factories and power plants, untreated sewers, toxic waste of waste from the city waste and mines, pesticides, loss of biodiversity and extinct species For it was like a breath of life-giving air.

They all joined the above-mentioned campaign. The spontaneous campaign of environmental consciousness spread throughout America. More than two crore people joined the movement. It is worth noting that today, starting in 1970, more than 100 million people from more than 192 countries around the world celebrate it. Enlightened societies, voluntary organizations, eco-lovers, and governments participate in it.

Many people consider Earth Day associated with environmental consciousness to be the gift of America. It is worth noting that long before the efforts of American Senator Gaylard Nelson, Mahatma Gandhi warned the Indians against blinding modern technologies. Gandhiji believed that earth, air, water and land are not the property of our ancestors. They are the heritage of our children and the generations to come. We are their trustees. They have to be handed over to future generations as we have got them.

Gandhiji also believed that the earth is sufficient to meet the needs of the people but not for the fulfillment of greed. Gandhiji believed that by adopting the flawed framework of development, unbalanced development thrives. If unbalanced development is adopted then the entire natural resources of the earth will be destroyed. It will be the end of life and the day of apocalypse.

Gandhiji had years ago warned India against adopting a flawed framework of development. He thought that industrialization is a curse for the entire human race. By adopting it millions of people will be unemployed. Pollution problems will arise. Big industrialists can never give jobs to millions of unemployed people. Gandhiji believed that the main objective of industrialization is to earn money for its owners.

Many times it will not be possible to compensate for the environmental damage caused by modern development. His above statement came at a time when the entire scientific world, governments and society were completely unaware of the possible ill effects of the environment on the earth. He believed that there is a deep connection between poverty and pollution. They are nutritious to each other. A pollution-free society and country will have to be built to remove poverty.

The above statement of Gandhi ji inspires not only India but the whole world to follow the right path on Earth Day. He learns how to curb the present definition of development by freeing it from many evils like greed, crime, exploitation, and unlimited exploitation of resources and curbing endless greed. It is like a lighthouse for all those celebrating the world and Earth Day.

In the imagination of Earth Day, we see the dream of a world in which the air of the world will be pollution-free. Society will be healthy and prosperous. Rivers will not be tempted to restore identity. Earth will be able to live. Soil, not diseases, but gold will grow. For the society of the whole world, the Earth Day ritual will be a document of not presenting the certificate of achievement but of presenting the certificate of achievements and handing over the land to Sujalam Suflaam Shayala Shyamalam for the coming generations.

Today is Earth Day. If this news is not published in the newspapers, hardly anyone will even remember! News media also has to bear the responsibility of reminding before awakening awareness. Because Earth Day, celebrated on 22 April every year around the world, is no more than a mere formality!

Earth is a very broad term which has water, greenery, wildlife, pollution and other factors related to it. To save the earth means to take initiative to protect it. Neither social awareness was ever shown nor any concrete initiative was taken at the political level. Actually, Earth is a very broad term, it also includes water, greenery, wildlife, pollution and other factors related to it.

To save the earth means to take initiative to protect all of them. But for this, only one day should be made a medium, is it right? We should consider every day as Earth Day and take some measures to protect it.

When the whole world celebrates Earth Day on April 22, in America it is celebrated as Tree Day. Earlier, Earth Day was celebrated two days a year (March 21 and April 22) all over the world. But it was scheduled to be celebrated from 1970 to 22 April.
The International Earth Day, observed on 21 March, has the support of the United Nations, but its importance is more scientific and environmental. It is celebrated as a symbol of the spring of the Northern Hemisphere and the autumn of the Southern Hemisphere. US Senator Gaylard Nelson has been behind World Earth Day on 22 April. He was concerned about the environment and kept making efforts to create a way to create awareness among the people.

It cannot be denied that there is a huge lack of awareness in the country and the world about Earth Day! No steps are taken in this direction at both social or political level. Some environmental lovers have been trying at their level, but this should not be a matter limited to the concern of any individual, institution or society! Everyone will have to sacrifice something in it only then will the matter be made.

There is not much we can do to save the earth's environment, so at least do so by denying the use of polythene, reducing the use of paper and promoting the recycling process! Because the more waste material is recycled, the less the earth's waste will be.
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