Swachh Bharat Mission looks out for our environmental health by drawing out public response towards cleanliness of our surrounding areas.
WHY – Enthusiastic volunteers take up cleanliness drive at various locations to motivate people in maintaining a spotless environment. The squad is a volunteer led initiative to supplement the Swachh Bharat Mission towards the Sustainable Development Goal on improving universal access to safe, inclusive and accessible, green and public spaces.
HOW – A group of RIDDHI WELFARE FOUNDATION volunteers – meet during the weekends and organize cleanliness drives at public spaces, inducing the public to volunteer for the same and contribute to a clean and sustainable environment.As the reach of the activity increase, people will realize their role in maintaining a salubrious surrounding, stop littering and avoid unhealthy sanitary practices.
Plantation is best way to save environment. Awareness in this connection is important and efforts required creating in mass. Focus of our volunteers for promotion of plantation is needed to make regular activity.The benefits of trees are unlimited. They are strongest shield against harms of air pollution. They strengthen soil, resist natural calamities especially floods, provide shadow, lessen the heat of temperature, muffle noise, enhance beauty of surrounding, give fruits, herbs and vegetables. They protect waterways by interacting storm water; improve air quality by absorbing some airborne compounds which are harmful and by giving off oxygen. Planned plantation is necessary to get expected result. Unplanned development is not letting us to plant trees. Buildings, bridges, roads, highways, airports, factories, monuments and several such things are being constructed everywhere. Population is rising so people can’t strive on natural resources and they transformed into artificial abundance and converted into artificial resources for short live benefits.
India has been advocating for the elimination of single-use plastic for long and PM Modi has used several international platforms to emphasize on the ban of the product. According to the Environment Ministry, about 20,000 tonnes of plastic waste is generated every day in the country, out of which only 13,000-14000 tonnes are collected.Experts have maintained that the problem lies in the inadequate collection and recycling systems. plastics (use and throw items), are commonly used for plastic packaging and include items intended to be used only once before they are thrown away or recycled, the ministry had said. Single-use plastics include carrying bags, food packaging, bottles, straws, containers, cups, and cutlery.Donate Now