"We don't inherit Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
St. Edmund's Science Club has been doing a great job in spreading awareness about various scientific ideas and making sure that they stay on top of their game in order to encourage scientific temper.
Today, Tanmay Nayyar of garde XII enlightened everyone about the importance and history of this very special day; WORLD EARTH DAY.
Tanmay, as a member of the science club, questioned why we need to save our planet and from what? Humans are probably the worst thing that has happened to the mother #Earth. What wrong have we done? and what right can we do? Today, the world faces some unprecedented environmental challanges. Global warming, pollution of water, land etc.. are at alarming levels and it might already be too late to reverse certain effects. But if we work together and make things better, we can offer a ray of hope for our future generations.
On this #WorldEarthDay our respected Director Sir, Dr. Anoop Singh planted a sapling, a plant that is metaphorical to the light in this darkness and hope in times of despair.
We urge all of you to contribute in which everyway you can, to save our planet. Recycle- Reuse- Reduce. Don't throw garbage out in the open. Use public transport. Walk. Discourage the use of harmful chemicals. Anything you can!
Happy World Earth Day all of you!