International Mother Earth Day 2018 - End Plastic Pollution

Posted by The Open Page | 21st April 2018


 International Mother Earth Day 2018 - End Plastic Pollution
 
 
The UN General Assembly, recognized the interdependence occurrences among human beings, other living species on the planet Earth and the mother Earth being respected by many countries, decided 22nd April as International Mother Earth Day vide its resolution A/RES/63/278, on 22nd April 2009. The celebrati

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How to protect your kids from Heat stroke

Posted by The Open Page | 18th April 2018

 
How to protect your kids from Heat stroke 
 
As Spring warms up into Summer and the humidity and heat start to really set in, it's good to remember that, like every other member in your family, you need to take extra care with kids  They can become dehydrated in hot summer, which can result in falling unconscious or can get  the effect of sunstroke. 
 
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International Ozone Day 2017

Posted by Mr.Naresh Thakar | 16th September 2017

  
   
International-Ozone Day 2017
 
Caring for all life under the sun
 
The United Nations observes designated days, weeks, years, and decades, each with a theme, or topic to promote international awareness and action on respective issues.  
In 1994, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 16 September as ‘the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer’, commemo

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World Nature Conservation Day

Posted by The Open Page | 28th July 2017

 
OUR’S OWN COUNTRY

As the ‘World Nature Conservation Day’ is round the corner (28th July), let us study about and live example of such work in Our’s Own Country. 
One common feature that is widely prevalent in all our memories photos especially social media is the foreign locations and foreign flora and fauna. Ever wondered we have an amalgamation of all that world has to offer in India? I am and always am proud of being an Indian. Please don’t confuse this with mer

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5th June World Environment Day 2017

Posted by The Open Page | 5th June 2017


Nature’s Invaluable Lessons
When you have already tried your hand at Power Point presentations, class activities and everything inside and outside the box, how do you reinvent teaching? How do you keep the fire going? I want you to stop and look around you. Feel the air fill up your lungs, feel the diaphragm moving up and down. Through this process you have already learned a lesson or two about patience. There is a lesson hidden in every part of nature. Mother Nature e

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Earth Day 2017

Posted by The Open Page | 22nd April 2017

Though human beings are the most intelligent creatures in this world, but with progress and industrial development they are losing humanity and are neglecting planet earth. Forest cover is receding, hundreds of organisms are extinct and many of verge of extinction. Humans are over-exploiting the earth resources by mining and polluting our water, air and earth ecologies, in turn - depleting our ozone layers. Profits motive is driving companies to push hazardous waste-products with little or no mitigation measures and prevent adverse effects

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Celebrating the Rich Heritage of India

Posted by The Open Page | 18th April 2017

 
 
Ancient monuments and buildings in the countries make them stand tall on world map. These are an asset to value for. World Heritage Day is a collective effort of the communities in the world to do the needful for these invaluable assets. The day takes an opportunity to hoist awareness about the assortment of cultural legacy and the efforts that are required to protect and conserve them and also to think about its susceptibility. 
 
ICOMOS (International Council for Mon

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