Today, June 5, is World Environment Day, and what better way to remember the day than to do something for the environment! We live in this world, but what do we really contribute to it? Carefree living is the epidemic of this generation. Spread the message of purposeful living. Do something for the environment today; the coming generations will thank you!
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Visit the website
The World Environment day website exists to cater to the needs of people interested in preserving nature and its beauty. If you want to be a part of this wonderful gesture on World Environment Day, visit the website and check out what interests you. News, things-to-do lists, WED challenge, ‘A tree a day initiative’, are some interesting aspects of this website.
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Make a decision
Today is a perfect day to start caring for the environment. Take a pledge that you will take care for your environment and surroundings. Choose an eco-friendly sustainable lifestyle that you can follow from today. Do not throw wastes anywhere in your surroundings but search for a bin which reads ‘recycle’ or has the sign of it. These are some small things you can start this Environment Day.
Leave your vehicle when you can
Take public transport whenever you can, skip the car drive every now and then. Get into the habit of cycling to travel short distances. Small things done collectively will help the environment smile.
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Learn about initiatives
There are many environment preservation initiatives that some well meaning gentlemen have started. See in what way you can join or support them.
Plant a sapling and watch it grow
Plant and care for a sapling in your building garden and water it every day. You will learn to care for your environment and understand the importance of greenery as well.
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World Environment Day is a perfect day to start being actively involved in preservation of the environment to delay the slow-but-sure destruction of ecosystems.