World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June every year. This is the biggest international day for the environment. This year’s theme is Solutions to plastic pollution. Celebrities give their take on how they feel the environment can be preserved.
A clean atmosphere is what we require now, and breathing fresh air during the lockdown reinforced how critical it is. Yes, celebrities who talk about performing good deeds like saving water, avoiding plastic, and planting more trees provide an example for their fans to follow. I was not very old when I first learned about global warming, but I was old enough to understand that it had long-term effects, so me and my mother started planting trees on my birthday every year. I would then make sure I didn’t waste any water. I realised that whatever I wanted to do when I read about locations where people had to go so far to acquire pure water.
It makes a significant difference when famous people talk about it and demonstrate the straightforward lifestyle adjustments they made to promote a healthy environment. I found global warming to be a really startling phenomena, and after that I began observing and learning about climate changes. Since then, I’ve come to appreciate that everyone should do their part to protect the environment. When I leave the room, I turn off the lights and fans in order to save energy. I’ve put up a little garden at my home and have begun planting trees across the area. My home is plastic-free; I prefer stainless steel; and I only use utensils that are both good for us and the environment.
When it comes to the environment, even the slightest amount helps. Yes, if you leave the water running while brushing your teeth, your mind will quickly respond and remind you not to waste water. That is how it operates. I was surprised to learn about global warming as I was aware that today’s actions could lead to a better world future. I try to minimise my impact on the environment by conserving energy, not just at home but also when I visit friends and family. Even while travelling, I will save the boxes and wrappers from any food products and only dispose of them in the trash. For me,only recycled plastic is good because it’s important but No to single use plastic. I have been acting in this way ever since I first learned about climate change and global warming, so it’s not like I just began doing it now.
Karishma Raj Soni
I believe it definitely motivates the youth to take proper actions to protect and save the environment. When I first learned about global warming, I was truly frightened because I knew that even though it may take some time, we would eventually have to deal with its effects. Like Karma, really. I’ve always tried to do my part to protect the environment, and I started by not wasting water. There is no alternative for this, thus I constantly try to save and recycle water.
I believe that our environment has seen many changes at this point. I believe that no one took global warming seriously. However, now that we are seeing climatic changes, such as longer and hotter summers and unpredictable rain, I believe it is imperative that we, as residents of this planet Earth, become environmentally conscious and aware. And personally, I believe that people may make a variety of changes, starting with something as simple as avoiding unnecessary travel and using public transportation. You may take personal responsibility for things like avoiding wasting water or electricity. I observe that many have the very poor habit of wasting water when brushing, which can be simply avoided. I believe that if just one person is aware of these issues, our collective efforts will go a long way towards creating a better environment.
I’ve reduced my use of plastic and have begun utilising brass and copper bottles wherever I go, including shoots. They are, in my opinion, one of the simplest, most lasting, and ecologically beneficial choices to help save the environment. Simple things like turning off lights and not wasting a single drop of water have now become regular habits for me. I’ve realised that we won’t be able to help the environment unless we make them a part of our everyday lives.
The beauty of the movement is that even if you aren’t a billionaire, you can make a difference by making little adjustments in your daily routine. We’re all in this together, and the only way to survive is for everyone to make this a priority. I have stopped using plastic products in any manner since their prohibition was implemented. Plastic bags, straws, and even plates have been replaced by cloth or paper alternatives. Another concern that I am committed to is preserving water, and I do my best to encourage everyone to save water during any household or personal work.