Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, June 5
Stressing on the necessity to safeguard ecology, Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan of the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket stated in the present day that individuals and the state had been duty-bound to guard the surroundings.
Referring to the Indian Structure, Justice Sangwan reminded the individuals at a webinar of their basic responsibility to guard the surroundings. Justice Sangwan additionally underscored the United Nations Constitution, which make the state duty-bound to guard surroundings. The individuals had been exhorted to take a pledge to plant a tree.
The webinar on ‘Environmental Jurisprudence in India’ was organised by Rayat School of Legislation, Ropar, to commemorate World Atmosphere Day. Chief visitor on the webinar, Justice Sangwan additionally made the participant conscious of various features of environmental safety regulation.
Citing Supreme Court docket judgments, Justice Sangwan knowledgeable the scholars concerning the judiciary’s function in defending the surroundings. Justice Sangwan additional underlined the necessity for changing the standard sources of vitality with photo voltaic to examine international warming.
Dr Sandeep Singh Kaura, Managing Director of Rayat Group of Establishments, initiated the dialogue by highlighting the necessity for spreading consciousness relating to surroundings safety.
He referred to as upon the individuals to provoke efforts to guard the surroundings, ranging from their very own home. School principal Monika Sharma prolonged welcome to the company and the individuals.
Plantation drive at Chhatbir Zoo
Zirakpur: World Atmosphere Day was celebrated at Chhatbir Zoo right here on Saturday. A plantation drive for officers and a sequence of webinar for residents was organised to encourage the spirit of defending the surroundings. Naresh Mahajan, Area Director, Chhatbir Zoo, defined that the theme (ecosystem restoration) of World Atmosphere Day this yr. Mahajan stated: “I believe everybody can contribute to the surroundings in their very own methods.” Within the first session of the webinar, Dr Ashish Kumar, SVO, Chhatbir Zoo, spoke on ‘One well being potential on ecosystem restoration’. TPR
Conclave on surroundings safety
Panchkula: Authorities Postgraduate School, Sector 1, Panchkula, celebrated World Atmosphere Day Conclave by way of a digital occasion. Academics and college students from throughout India participated. Dr Rakesh Dubey, former Director of the Catastrophe Institute of Administration, Bhopal, spoke on sustainable improvement. Haryana DGP Dr RC Mishra delivered a chat on ‘Inexperienced ethics’. tns