Awareness campaign on World Environment Day “RUN for Environment- A run for a clean, green and healthy environment” “Say no to polythene Bag, Save environment.”
Jaipur, 05 June We salute to the state government of Rajasthan for taking such an enterprising decision to save environment by restricting the uses of poly-ethane carry bags. But unfortunately still this is not well conceived by common public as people are using carry bags.
So, to propagate the task at vast level we plan In the framework of the June 5th World Environment Day, MESSAGE Organisation and NRUDT, organized a awareness activity under the slogan “Say no to polythene Bag, save environment. A run for a clean, green and healthy environment.”
On the occasion of World Environment Day 5 June 2012, a public awareness campaign was jointly organized by MESSAGE Institution, Traffic Police and Municipal Corporation Jaipur at major traffic hubs of city. Volunteers were located primarily at various road crossings and advertised World Environment Day, as well as handing out posters, pamphlets and stickers to the vehicle drivers. This campaign aimed at spreading awareness about environmental problems and other issues related to it.
Campaign was flagged off by Honorable Minister Environment Bina Kak and Mayor Jaipur Municipal corporation with unveiling the “Say No to Polythene and Save Environment” poster ,striker and pamphlets. Environment Prinicpal Secretary VS Singh, Commissioner Jaipur Mr. BL Soni were among many other distinguished personalities present at the occasion. DCP (Traffic) Lata Manoj leveled stickers on the vehicles and launched the awareness drive which covered Ramnivas Garden,Central Park, Rambagh, Ajmeri Gate, Yadgar, Choti Chopar, Sindhi Camp Bus Stand .
Later in the Morning at 11.00 AM, a seminar on Environment “Say no to Polythene”was also organized in Pink City Press Club . Youth displayed their keen interest in the topic and showed great enthusiasm for the event. The programme started at 11.00 am and continued until the After noon. Informative leaflets, posters, brochures and newsletters were distributed to the visitors, which helped to increase knowledge on environment.