Connecting People to Nature

         Posted on June 5, 2017 under News

Connecting People to Nature

The world is waking up to the issues of global warming and the perilous effects of damaging the environment. As we join together to celebrate nature on World Environment Day, such issues and importance of keeping our Earth healthy are brought to the consciousness of people. Similarly today, UMN’s Rupandehi cluster along with its partner Bikalpa celebrated the 44th World Environment day with the global theme, “Connecting People to Nature,” by planting trees.

More than 100 students, School Management Committee members, UMN’s staff along with Executive Committee and staff of Bikalpa actively participated at Shree Rastriya Secondary School at Susta Rural Municipality in Nawalparasi. As a part of the programme, 40 Ashoka tree saplings were planted within the school premises. Towards the end of the event, students were made aware about the importance of preserving the environment and the significance of celebrating this day.

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