Waste Reduction, Major Step to Heal Environment

 The aim is to raise awareness among European citizens about sustainable resource and waste management through a simple slogan: reduce, reuse and recycle. The participation of a wide range of audiences, such as public authorities, private companies, civil society and citizens themselves, is encouraged. Waste reduction is a big issue nowadays that everyone needs to take it seriously and hopefully with some attention we can solve many problems that is related to it.

Preventing Hazardous waste and its importance

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CleanUp Day; A Day to Make Earth for All of US

They also try to clean up the world including parks, ocean coasts, rivers and so on. World Cleanup Day 2018 is observed in 150 countries and the Day is part of the worldwide initiative Let’s Do It! World. Like Earth Day, World Cleanup Day is non-partisan, apolitical, and is not affiliated with any national or global political party or discrete ideology. A powerful ‘green wave’ of clean-ups will start in New Zealand and end in Hawaii 36 hours later with millions of people working towards one goal: a cleaner world of mismanaged wastes. The major responsibility of The Let’s Do It!

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Fresh Air and Healthy Heart; A Gift of Mobility Week

Every year from 16 to 22 September, towns and cities in many different European countries participate by organizing activities, implementing permanent mobility measures, and holding a car-free day.
Since its creation in 2002, EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK has become an institution. This one-week campaign aims at highlighting the importance of sustainable mobility. The Mobility Week takes place in Brussels and all over Europe, in the same period. One week to teach everyone alternative ways of traffic: train, cycle, streetcar, buses, skates.

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A Beautiful and Healthy World with Indigenous Peoples

Definition
Indigenous peoples, also known as first peoples, aboriginal peoples or native peoples, are ethnic groups who are the original inhabitants of a given region, in contrast to groups that have settled, occupied or colonized the area more recently.
Indigenous peoples may be settled in a given region (sedentary) or exhibit a nomadic lifestyle across a large territory, but they are generally historically associated with a specific territory on which they depend.

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Population And Family plan; Beneficial or Not?

The event was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989. It was inspired by the public interest in Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987, the approximate date on which the world's population reached five billion people. World Population Day aims to increase people's awareness on various population issues such as the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and human rights. In 1968, the International Conference on Human Rights was held.

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Ban Plastic Bags; Stop Bagging The Planet!

The World Plastic Bag Day is celebrated on July 3rd of each year to warn about the environmental impacts of these disposable bags. The world consumes 5,000 billion plastic bags a year!

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Blue Ocean; Symbol of Breath

 

The Ocean Project has promoted and coordinated World Oceans Day globally since 2002. Get together with your family, friends, community, and the planet to start creating a better future. Working together, we can and will protect our shared ocean.

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Single-Use Plastics; Making Earth Hell

World Environment Day urges governments, industries, communities, and individuals and so on to come together and discover sustainable alternatives and urgently decrease the production and excessive use of single-use plastic polluting our oceans, damaging marine life and threatening human health.

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The Hum of Bees, The Voice of Being

 Maybe we are not aware that over a third cross pollination of the food supply rely on bees; Without bees, the global food supply will suffer. For this reason, it’s essential renting some hives from beekeepers by farmers and placing them near the farm or orchard to help pollinate crops or stone fruits, almonds, alfalfa, cherries, pumpkins, berries and so on. There are other animals and insects helping cross pollination, however bees are by far the most necessary and play key role in this field.

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