World Environment Day

 - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2021
As the world celebrates World Environment Day on June 5, let us acknowledge the valuable work our very own celebrities have been doing consistently to make the planet greener and healthier. 1. Alia...
 - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2021
Amaravati: Natural resources are our wealth, said Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said, "The great gift given to us by the God is Nature."
 - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2021
Q1. Studies have found that buildings account for more than one-quarter of the total greenhouse gas emissions, are builders in India aware of this?
 - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2021
World Environment Day 2021: We observe World Environment Day every year to urge people to adopt proactive measures to save the environment.
World Environment Day 2019 - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2019
This year, the day is being observed on the theme ‘Beat air pollution’.
In the video, the coordinator asks the people to draw any picture with the colours of their choice - Sakshi Post
Jun 10, 2018
The video showcasing the difference in the mindset of adults and children on the environment has been going viral on social media
YS Jagan Mohan Reddy - Sakshi Post
Jun 06, 2018
Green activists, politicians and those with social responsibility marked World Environment yesterday. Netizens shared their concern on social media calling upon people to show some care for Mother...
Representational image - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2018
All of the plastic that ends up in our oceans originates from land; nine-tenths of it is carried into the sea
The entire area of the pass, a spot most people prefer to visit at an altitude of 13,050 feet and some 52 km from here, is almost bereft of human habitation - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2018
The picturesque Rohtang Pass is a major attraction for both domestic and foreign tourists
The row over beef eating and cattle trade has sparked a nationwide controversy and protests have been held in several states, including Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. - Sakshi Post
Jun 04, 2017
Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan said the intention behind the notification was not to harm any particular group, influence food habits or affect slaughter business. 
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