The credit of the finding of the World Environment day goes to the United Nations for it was designated by them to increase worldwide awareness of environmental issues and thereby motivate the people to work towards the progression of it.
The agenda for the day is to sort out a list or program of things to be done towards environmental issues and to delegate power to people for equitable development.
Pioneered by FSTC, it is an ambitious project aimed at raising global awareness of the importance and relevance of this heritage.
FSTC would like to attract your attention to its articles related to environment and nature in this special World Environment Day: 1000 Years Amnesia: Environment Tradition in Muslim Heritage Environment issue in Islam as seen from its sources and from history of Muslim practice over a 1000 years of planning and management of natural resources…
One of the main global concern today is the issues related to environment and it mainly refers to the natural elements that make up the Earth and surround living organisms, enabling life.
The environment is not a single factor but lot of things which interact and interfere with human activities, most of the times, are not eco-friendly.
June 5 is marked by the United Nations as World Environment Day, a day set aside since 1974 to promote “worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment.” This year’s theme is “beat plastic pollution.” In a message, U. Secretary-General António Guterres urged all people to reject single-use plastic items, and warned that growing levels of plastic waste were becoming unmanageable, saying “every year, more than eight million tons end up in the oceans.” Gathered here, a look at some of this plastic waste from the past year, accumulating in waterways, forests, and beaches across the globe, and some of the efforts to clean and recycle the mountains of material.
A beard-and-mustache battle in Los Angeles, a sleepy young rhino in France, a shepherd among Turkish foothills, the Corso Zundert flower parade in the Netherlands, the “Futurium” in Berlin, and much more An orphaned lion cub in Turkey, wildfires in Bolivia, a performance by Lizzo in New Jersey, a mudflat horse race in Germany, bog snorkeling in Wales, the Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championship in Utah, and much more.
Their rich contributions are most notable within the fields of irrigation…
Read More Importance of Culture in Ecological Dialogue Keynote speech of Professor Salim T. Al-Hassani, President of FSTC, delivered at 16th Eurasain Economic Summit 2013, Istanbul, on “Culture and Ecological Dialogue”…