As the world celebrates World Environment Day on Saturday, many of Hollywood’s celebrities have turned to social media platforms to make the world we live in better and want to encourage everyone to “Generate Restoration,” the theme of this year’s environmental day.
Expressing the importance of the day and sharing efforts to conserve India’s nature and try to stop the disappearance of precious animal resources, Information and Transmission Minister Prakash Javdekar wrote this tweet: “Indian wildlife and biodiversity are rich with 70% of the world. 60% of the population In the last 7 years the significant increase in the population of BIG Cats is reflected in the Govt’s commitment to conserving our wildlife and the environment #WorldEnvironmentDay. “
India is home to a rich fauna and biodiversity of 70% of the Global Tiger, 70% of the Asian Lions and 60% of the Leopard population.
The significant growth in the LARGE CAT population over the last 7 years reflects the Govt’s commitment to conserving our wildlife and environment.#World Environment Day pic.twitter.com/hd6c3fgu2d
– Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) June 5, 2021
Kareena Kapoor shared her son’s Taimur video on Instagram and wrote in the headline “Protect ❤️ Heal ❤️ Love ❤️”.
Ajay Devgn took to Instagram to share a photo of sitting in a single green space sitting in peace and wrote, “Meditate – Some Answers Are Found” on the “Inner Network. # Happy World Environment Day”
Sharing a photo shared a quote from John Burroughs among the prolific nature actor Sidharth Malhotra, who said: “I go to nature to relax and heal and sort out my Senses. # Happy World Environment Day! 💚🌳”
Bolivian diva and environmentalist Raveena Tandon has always had a voice in environmental protection and social causes. In an interview with Indianexpress.com, he talked about the steps he has taken to achieve a sustainable lifestyle.
Varun Dhawan shared a video clip from the village of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh where Bhediya was filming for his next film.
Sonali Bendre took to Instagram to share a photo of herself immersed in the tranquility and tranquility of nature. Citing Aristotle, he wrote, “There is something wonderful in every thing in nature.” – Aristotle # WorldEnvironmentDay “
Shilpa Shetty, who is mostly seen practicing yoga in open places, rich in green and peace, wrote a longer post emphasizing that they are blockages caused by Covid-19 and that someone stuck at home is missing the outside. He wrote: “All of us inside the rest of the ecosystem have helped restore balance over the past year. But even when we return to the ‘old’, we must remember to treat Mother Nature with respect. Let’s learn to take action collectively without saying that. If you can’t plant trees personally Also, take part in conversations that require Voices to increase the message. Learn how each individual can contribute to #EcosystemRecovery, and raise awareness about it. This is an ongoing battle. They say small actions will change millions of people ❤️🌍 “
Ayushmann Khurrana said that the future of man depends on being with nature and that his journey to the north-east was open to him. He wrote: “I would like to share these photos I took while filming at ANEK in North East India. This road took us to Khasi Hills, and then we walked a mile to get to a place where we could try 4 to 4 times. Recently, 100 million “Old fossils of sauropod dinosaurs were found in the same place. Our country has many untouched destinations. Let’s keep this up. It’s precious!”
Bollywood has always been key to raising awareness about environmental issues and many actors are involved in various dialogue activities and initiatives.
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