Delhi’s CSDR Foundation’s tree plantation drive in Kolkata

Bureau News, New Delhi
Centre for
Social Development and Research Foundation dedicated this year’s tree
plantation on the occasion of World Environment Day to late Shri Anil Madhav
Dave Ji, Former minister of state for Environment Forest and Climate Change. On
this occasion different units of Centre For Social Development and Research
(CSDR) Foundation engaged in tree plantation drive across the country. CSDR
foundations member Mahendra, Pankaj, Hanisha Bhatia, Divya Agarwal  and Pooja took the charge of planting trees
in the Noida area and  the  Foundation’s music team  members Chetan Arora and Sahil also  mesmerized the audience through their musical
performances.
Members of  Gautam
Budh Jagriti Society Mr.Amit Tiwari & Neelam Joshi also participated and
supported the program of tree plantation and Swatch Bharat drive of the CSDR
Foundation. The team members Mrs Suchitra Chakma and Kelvin Chakma
participated from Kolkata.  Mr Rashid
planted trees from Dhampur whereas the M Phil scholar and Foundation’s intern
Aratrika Bhadra planted trees in the JNU Campus, New Delhi.  From Gorakhpur Mr Rakesh Tiwari and Kamlesh
Yadav planted trees near Rajghat river Gorakhpur.  Mr. 
Anirudh Sharma planted trees in the Pataudi area of Haryana.  The caretaker of the Noida area took the
responsibility that he managed very well. Managing Director of the CSDR Foundation,
Mr Vivek Sharma congratulated all the team members for their tireless efforts
in this summer.  Mr Vivek Sharma
mentioned that within three years’ time the CSDR Foundation has moved forward
in many areas with the help of the dedicated members of the Foundation who are
always ready for any type of voluntary activity that is needed from time to
time. Centre for Social Development and Research Foundation also got a praise
from the National General Secretary of Newspaper Association of India, Mr Vipin
Gaur.  He congratulated all the team
members and Mr Vivek Sharma for the efforts put in by all the volunteers and
members of the Foundation. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Director in an
autonomous institution of Govt. of India, emphasized that while it is important
to plant trees for the environment, the use of plastics, polythene, thermocol
is something that is becoming essential part of our life. It takes thousands of
years for these type of human produce to recycle in nature. We are creating one
plastic bottle as a byproduct of even half a litre of water consumed. If our
Indian traditional ways of life are part of life we can reduce carbon
footprints. He requested one and all to avoid plastic glasses and other ‘use
and throw’ type of products specially in parties where the usage is very high.
He also called upon the governments to ban all type of polythene and plastics
including thermocol except in medical use.
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