Venkaiah Naidu today called for grassroots environmental protection and urged people to voluntarily engage in a diverse range of conservation activities.
In recent times, events of extreme weather events, such as sudden flash floods and landslides, have become more common in various parts of the world.
Shri Naidu was speaking at the book launch of Nursery Rajyaniki Raraju which tells the life story of the late Shri Palla Venkanna, believed to have turned the village of Kadiyam in Andhra Pradesh into a popular gardening hub.
If such weather events are to be reduced, Naidu said it is essential for the future that people coexist with nature in harmony.
According to a press release from the vice chairman’s office, Naidu called on youth Proactively to lead environmental movements from the front and encourage others to adopt sustainable practices.
The late Shri Palla Venkanna proposed that all state governments should take the initiative to raise children’s awareness of environmental protection and tree plantation from their schooldays up.
According to Nursery Rajyaniki Raraju’s book for publication, he took the opportunity to praise the Telangana government for embracing tree planting as a movement as the Haritah Haram.
We have to balance our development needs and protect the environment, and to ensure that they all understand the significance of sustainable living.