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Celebration of World Environment Day with The ANVAYA Beach Resorts Bali

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Celebration of World Environment Day with The ANVAYA Beach Resorts Bali.

If we look back in history, World Environment Day was inaugurated in 1972 following the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, Sweden. Since then, every year, World Environment Day is celebrated to encourage awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Air pollution, waste management, sanitation, marine pollution and plastic waste are some of the keys concerning issues for sustainable of the planet earth in the future.

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali in collaboration with Consulate General of India in Bali and Bali Sea Turtle Society celebrated World Environment Day on Saturday, July 13th 2019. They are committed to organizing and promoting the World Environment Day celebrations through a series of engaging activities and events generating strong public interest and participation this year.

From pan-Indian plastic clean-up drives in public areas, national reserves and forests to simultaneous beach clean-up activities – India will lead the initiative by setting an example and to further marking the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi as well as projecting Gandhi’s vision of social responsibility to our environment, nationally and globally. Embraced by every element of society, all the participants eagerly joined the programme, which included beach cleaning along Kuta Beach and turtle release with full of excitement.

It is essential to tackle the various environmental issues today to leave a better world for future generations. As quoted from Mahatma Gandhi, “the world is enough for everyone’s need but not enough for everyone’s greed”, emphasizing a need for global citizenship responsibility towards our environment. It is all starts with individual awareness; hopefully, we will pass it on to our younger generation. Save the environment, save the world.


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