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Clean-Green Arunachal Campaign

Start Date: 05-09-2019
End Date: 03-09-2022

Environmental threat has become a reality and global concern, with the fast pace development, globalization and growing human population. ...

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Environmental threat has become a reality and global concern, with the fast pace development, globalization and growing human population.

Human activities hold the dominant role on this constant change in the global environment. All kind of pollution and environmental concerns, such as global warming, ozone depletion, exhaustion of natural resources and loss of biodiversity etc. are interlinked and influences one another. Planting trees is one of the best and most important things one can do to save the environment and the planet.

Arunachal Pradesh government has launched a state-wide “Clean-Green Arunachal Campaign 2019” to combat against the environmental issues. The campaign was launched as a part of the Van Mahotsav celebration to plant one lakh tree saplings within 24 hours timeline. The campaign’s target is to plant one crore saplings within the next five years. Its objective is to conserve natural resources and the existing natural environment by repairing and reversing the root affecting our environment.

We all know that trees are the lungs of the planet. They absorb carbon dioxide and other potentially harmful gasses, from the air and release out oxygen. Additionally, they create an ecosystem to provide habitat and food for birds and other wildlife. Apart from producing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide and contaminants from the air, trees have many other social, economic, and environmental benefits.

MyGovArunachal seeks suggestions from the citizens on how Clean-Green Arunachal 2019 Campaign can be expanded and benefit in saving the natural environment.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Our government is doing every bit to make sure that our country becomes cleaner and more hygienic by every passing day, and as responsible citizens.The cleanliness of our surroundings is our responsibility, not only when it comes to our houses but also when it comes to public places like parks, tourist attractions, and public toilets.
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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Wild animals and pets may mistakenly consume or get tangled in it. Littering on roads can cause dangerous, even deadly, traffic accidents. Discarded items can block storm drains and pollute waterways, and attract pests and disease.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

By planting a tree today, We can make green space and unadulterated oxygen a reality for our kids. The same goes for landscaping with native plants. Not only are they low maintenance, they conserve water, reduce carbon pollution, and support the health of local wildlife. If we don’t have our own lawn, we can donate a tree via charitable organizations or NGOs.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Focus on purchasing locally grown products rather than imported goods. Buying locally means less transportation, processing, and packaging. And when it comes to food – local means fresh… which tastes so much more flavorful.
Eating more vegetables and fewer factory-farmed meats helps reduce greenhouse gases. If your family eats meat, try decreasing your serving sizes and letting the vegetables take center stage on your plate.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Straws, to-go cups, disposable razors, and plastic grocery bags are some ubiquitous examples of single-use products in our economy. Finding a reusable option for these items we use once and toss is a simple way to make a big difference.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Composting at home reduces the volume of garbage sent to landfills and reduces the chance of some products becoming marine debris.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Take note on how often you rely on single-use items and choose to replace them with more sustainable versions. Refusing plastic straws and disposable cutlery when you go out and bringing your own containers .
Think about how many disposable cups are used every day in just your local coffee shop. Bringing a mug for your morning coffee can reduce the amount of waste you produce annually.

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Brajesh Kumar Srivastava 4 days 15 hours ago

Acquiring a reusable water bottle would not only greatly reduce the amount of single-use plastic you use, but it would also save you money in the long run! If you’re concerned about the quality of your tap water, consider using a water filter.

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Narender Kumar 2 months 3 weeks ago

aware the people about cleanliness and greenness.
aware people about Problems caused by the use of plastic bags
Ban all type of plastic in the state.
Fines should be imposed on those who spread dirt / garbage.