On World Earth Day, school kids encouraged people for conscious and sustainable lifestyle through Nukkad Natak

On World Earth Day, school kids encouraged people for conscious and sustainable lifestyle through Nukkad Natak

On World Earth Day

New Delhi,23rd April 2024: On the occasion of World Earth Day, Pacific D21 Mall, Dwarka joined hands with Bajaj Foundation to raise awareness on environmental protection. The four-day-long campaign from April 19, 2024 – April 22, 2024, aimed to serve as a reminder to people to cultivate a responsible living culture and the pressing priority of sustainable living.

The E-Waste Awareness Campaign saw various sculptures and models created out of waste on display in the mall. Various school kids came forward and participated in this campaign reflecting their conscious approach to e-waste innovation.

Some of the notable displays included an Eco-Nataraj made from discarded keyboards, wires, batteries, and more, a Chandrayaan 3 model crafted using discarded CDs, keyboards, used cartridges, and motherboards, and a flowerpot made from waste materials such as a cut-out plastic bottle, cardboard rolls, and metal wire.

On the last day of the campaign and World Earth Day, there were different Nukkad Nataks performed by students from Modern School Barakhamba Road, ASN Senior Secondary School, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, S.L. Suri D A V Public School, Janak Puri. Besides, there were talk shows by students throwing light on environmental protection.

The play aimed to raise awareness of environmental threats and encourage people to be more conscious of their impact on the environment and protect nature.

Rabindra

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