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Updated: Jul 5, 2023

The campaign theme is "Only One Earth," focusing on "Living Sustainably in Harmony with Nature."

In 1974, the inaugural World Environment Day was observed. This day has provided a forum for raising awareness about the problems that the globe is experiencing, such as air pollution, plastic pollution, global warming, and sea-level rise. Sweden will host World Environment Day in the year 2022.

The United Nations General Assembly created International Environment Day in 1972, during the time of the Stockholm Meeting, the first world conference with the environment as a primary theme. The right to live in a healthy environment was designated a core human right by the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment.

Every year, Environment Day is observed to raise awareness about environmental issues such as air pollution, global warming, deforestation, wild forest fires, etc. It also aids us in keeping a check on the type of life we are all leading, which damages and destroys the environment. In 1972, the United Nations General Assembly recognized June 5 as World Environment Day for the first time, and every year since then, June 5 has been observed as World Environment Day worldwide. "#OnlyOneEarth" was the theme for World Environment Day 2022.

World Environment Day is an excellent chance to raise public awareness about the difficulties we face and how individuals may help save the environment. It's a day when we raise awareness about the environment and the need to conserve it. Furthermore, it is critical to campaign for a better environment and natural resource conservation. It's simple: if we protect the environment now, future generations will be able to live longer and healthier lives. We can't be so self-centered that we take up all the resources. As a result, it is significant in its own right.

As a result, it's encouraging to see environmentalist passion on the upswing. Green parties are gaining popularity across much of Europe.

At XIMPEX we believe more should be done to reduce the country's reliance on fossil fuels. The 2019 climate strike was one of the world's largest ever, with an estimated six million people protesting politicians' continuous inaction over the planet's deterioration from Antarctica to Zambia.

Event Organized By Dipesh Mahara and Saumya Agnihotri

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