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World Environment Day 2019 Greetings: President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi And Other Leaders Vow to Protect the Environment

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New Delhi, June 5: On the occasion of World Environment Day 2019, several political leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and several other leaders extended their greetings to the nation on the occasion on Wednesday. With the focus of this year’s World Environment Day on air pollution, political leaders vowed to protect the environment and create awareness about it.

June 5  is celebrated as World Environment Day across the globe. The theme for the World Environment Day 2019 is Air Pollution, which is the biggest environmental health risk of our time. World Environment Day 2019 Greetings And Messages: WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Quotes, GIF Image Greetings To Mark The Day To Save Planet Earth.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday shared a video sharing his commitment to ensure a cleaner planet. The Prime Minister said living in harmony with nature will lead to a better future. “Our Planet and Environment is something we all cherish greatly. Today on  we reiterate our commitment to ensure a cleaner planet. Living in harmony with nature will lead to a better future”, Modi tweeted.

President Ram Nath Kovind wished people of the nation on World  Environment Day 2019. “On , we reaffirm our commitment to a cleaner and sustainable planet. Living in harmony with nature is a part of the Indian ethos. India is committed to addressing climate change and bequeathing a greener, eco-friendly habitat to our children”, the President tweeted.

To mark the occasion, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday launched the ‘Selfie With Sapling’ initiative to spread awareness about building a clean environment. World Environment Day is widely celebrated in over 100 countries across the globe on June 5. The special day is highly important to spread awareness about the environment. It’s a day to shake up everybody around you to wake up and prioritise the environment over other trivial issues.

Airborne pollutants are responsible for about one third of deaths from stroke, chronic respiratory disease, and lung cancer, as well as one quarter of deaths from heart attack. Air pollution is also fundamentally altering our climate, with profound impacts on the health of the planet.