Arunachal CM talks supportability, low-carbon versatility to handle environmental change.


Itanagar: Urging the people to work for the protection of the environment, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pima Khandu on Sunday demanded immediate attention to tackle climate change, loss of biodiversity and pollution.

He also appealed to the citizens to cooperate with the authorities in tackling environmental issues through low carbon emissions, waste and plastics management and local sustainability.
“The three planetary emergencies – climate change, biodiversity and the loss of nature and pollution and waste – call for immediate attention. Waste and plastic Mngmt and local sustainability, “Khandu wrote on Twitter.
On the occasion of World Environment Day, he planted a sapling and appealed to all to do their utmost for “protection and preservation of Arunachal Pradesh’s natural heritage”.

“Our Mother Nature nurtures us and helps in our well-being at every turn and we all have a responsibility to protect it; to do our little things to nurture and enhance the beauty of Mother Earth. There is no better happiness than this, “he said on the microblogging site.

The governor planted a tree on the school campus and said that a perfect balance between the environment and development requires a change in mindset towards nature.

“Every citizen should adopt the mantra of leaving this planet in a better condition and shape which it has inherited from its forefathers and wisely ensuring a clean, lush and nature-friendly lifestyle,” he said. Should be made. ”

Mishra appealed to the people of the state, especially students and youth, to plant as many trees as possible so that Arunachal Pradesh could become a better place for the races to live.

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