Dehradun: ‘Harela Club’ will be formed in schools to connect children with the environment, started from this school

Dehradun: 'Harela Club' will be formed in schools to connect children with the environment, started from this school

Hina Azmi

Dehradun. In India, indiscriminate cutting of trees is being done in many places for continuous development. In such a situation, India may have to face dangerous consequences of global warming and greenhouse effect in future. To avoid such a dreadful situation, it is necessary to connect the children who are considered the future of the country with the environment. In this episode, Dhad Smritivan Sanstha, which works for the environment, will form Harela clubs in schools to connect children with the environment, in which children will learn the lesson of environmental protection.

Nina Rawat, secretary of Dhad Smritivan, has told that from childhood, children will feel connected with trees and plants by making a relationship with trees and plants. Through this initiative, children will be emotionally attached to the environment. To this, he told that he has formed the first Harela club in Guru Ram Rai School located in Sahastradhara, whose responsibility has been given to school children as its members, so that they can contribute to environmental protection at the school level itself.

At the same time, while appreciating this campaign to connect children with the environment, School Coordinator Charu Rana said that this is a good initiative of Dhad Sanstha to connect children with trees and plants from childhood so that children can understand the importance of environment when they grow up. and work towards environmental protection.

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