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Observing World Environment Day, 2014

posted Jun 7, 2014, 11:20 PM by shanti Ram pakwal   [ updated Jun 7, 2014, 11:21 PM ]

The theme for this years’ WED was “Small Islands Developing States” which was aimed at encouraging a greater understanding of the importance of SIDS and of the urgency to help protect the islands in the face of growing risks and vulnerabilities, particularly as a result of climate change.

The school observes the day with a speech highlighting the importance of the day. The program also enlisted the Sugar cane plantation which was coordinated by Mr. Shanti Ram (teacher) and initiated by the students of class 8 B. The plantation program was planned with an expectation of creating awareness on environmental issues to the students and staff as a whole. We believe World Environment Day will be an excellent opportunity to raise a call for solidarity with the islands.

Such activities would play a vital role in conveying the messages not only to the people of community around but also to those parents of the students who are back at their villages unaware of so many consequences of climate change.

 

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