Walk for Nature @ Fermont
Srini garu conducted Walk for Nature. The main aim of this walk is to “Stop Pollution! , No Factory Food! , Use Farm Food! , Avoid Plastics! .
Pollution prevention is a major global concern because of its harmful effects on people’s health and the environment. Because we are all inhabitants on Earth, everyone is a stakeholder, and every person has something to contribute to advance effective pollution prevention awareness. Environmental protection is a natural extension of caring for ourselves, loving our children, and ensuring a sustainable future for generations to come.
Plastic, the wonder material that we use for everything and which pollutes our environment, is perhaps the most harmful of trash dumped by mariners and sea-goers in sea because it does not readily break down in nature. In-fact, the plastic that goes over the side today may still be around in hundreds of years to foul up the fishing gear, boat propellers, and beaches of future generations.
Many people have not been properly informed about the issues surrounding factory farming yet, as it’s a problem which is hidden from mainstream attention. You could be the catalyst for change among your friends, family, and colleagues by helping to educate them. This doesn’t mean preaching to them about what bad people they are for buying factory food, but instead tactfully raising the issues in a way that they might relate to.
Factory farming is not going to disappear overnight, but with the combined efforts of a growing number of the population, we can bring about real change and put an end to factory food.
Srini garu appreciating the volunteers with Certificates for their valuable contribution and making events successful.