The Northeastern states of India today celebrated World Environment Day with focus on energy conservation and the need to have a good surrounding around us.
The theme of this year’s World Environment Day celebration is “Only one earth” and the host country is Sweden. It is also being held across states and districts.
“We have “Only One Earth” which is irreplaceable. We must realize that we are part of the earth’s ecosystem & learn to respect & live according to the biological laws of nature. Let us live sustainably with nature by choosing cleaner & greener lifestyles.”, reads a tweet by Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio today morning.
The Naga Students’ Federation, an apex body of Naga students in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland with headquarters in Kohima, also observed the day.
There is “Only One Earth”. On World Environment Day, let us all come together to save, protect & restore this one precious asset for our children and the generations to come.”, reads a tweet by Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma today morning.
The Meghalaya Environment Week 2022 which is part of the World Environment Day celebration kicked off on 1st June in Meghalaya at Harding Theological College, Tura and joined by hundreds of students from across all blocks of the state who took part in Seed Ball broadcasting at their respective blocks.
In Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh on Sunday flagged off a bike rally in Kangla today which was organised to spread awareness on the importance of safeguarding the environment.