Hyderabad: FCRI takes Summer Challenge for Bird feeder on the occasion of ‘Earth Day-2021’
Students of Forest College and Research Institute (FCRI) Mulugu (Hyderabad) has taken up the Summer Challenge to celebrate ‘Earth Day-2021’ and provide food and drinking water to free-living birds under the guidance of Ms. Priyanka wargheese IFS, Dean of the FCRI. She hopes the Summer Challenge Bird Feeder program undertaken by college students will be a success.
With the idea of helping the birds that wander for food and drinking water during the summer, everyone is invited to join and support them by providing food and drinking water facilities in small cages made of waste material as Every One Teach Five.
They have to nominate another 5 people through their WhatsApp status and favourite story. Please ask students to cooperate with everyone without breaking the chain link.
About Earth Day-2021
The theme for Earth Day this year is Restore Our Earth. Earth Day is marked on April 22 every year
Earth Day is observed on April 22 every year. Earth Day gains significance with each passing year as the global climate crisis worsens. Earth Day brings millions of people together as it gives an opportunity for all stakeholders to create awareness and work together on critical issues like global warming, pollution and the vanishing forest cover among others.
This year, the earthday.org calls on everyone to “be a part of the change”. In 1990, Earth Day became an ”environmental movement, working with more than 75,000 partners in over 192 countries to drive positive action for our planet”.
Earth Day 2021 theme
Restore Our Earth is the theme for Earth Day 2021. The theme – Restore Our Earth – ”focuses on natural processes and emerging green technologies that can restore the world’s ecosystems. In this way, the theme rejects the notion that mitigation or adaptation are the only way to address climate change.”
Earth Day 2021: Know the significance
Earth Day is marked on April 22 since 1970. This year, there is a three-day event covering all aspects of climate action, from April 20 to 22. This year, amid the pandemic, a host of environmental issues are being prioritized. According to the earthday.org, the topics that will take centre stage at the digital event on Wednesday are:
Climate and environmental literacy: Climate restoration technologies: Reforestation efforts: Regenerative agriculture: Equity and environmental justice: Citizen Science: Cleanups
Workshops, panel discussions, and special performances will focus on Restore Our Earth™ — we’ll cover natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can restore the world’s ecosystems.
World climate leaders, grassroots activists, non profit innovators, thought leaders, industry leaders, artists, musicians, influencers, and the leaders of tomorrow will come to push us towards a better world.