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WHY DO WE CELEBRATE RAKSHA BANDHAN?

WHY DO WE CELEBRATE RAKSHA BANDHAN?


Social Posts & the entire team of Social Posts wishing you all a very happy & prosperous Raksha Bandhan. May God shower their blessings to all the humankind of this universe on this auspicious day.

In this post, we are going to talk about Raksha Bandhan i.e. what is Raksha Bandhan, why do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan and many more things related to Raksha Bandhan, but this is not the sole purpose of writing this blog. Here, the main purpose of this post is to raise the concern/voice against all the evils activities happening against the female like rape, acid attack, molestation, dowry, domestic violence, eve-teasing and many more.

I know you already read so many articles, blogs, magazines on the same issues and still I know “ki tumhe Ghante ka fark nhi pdega is article ko pdne ke bad me bhi” but here I just to want to say that I am a brother and I feel afraid when my sisters go out for work, not only in night but in the day time as well. We all know about Ravana & Shakuni and we consider them as wrong peoples because their karma was not correct, but they had one thing better than us i.e. respect for the females and love for their sisters. If we read the holy books of Hindu Dharma such as Ramayana & Mahabharata, we can also learn from them. Check here what they did for their sisters:

Ravana wanted to take revenge from Lord Shree Ram & Laxman as Laxman cut the nose of Shurpanakha and disrespected her. If we talk about Shakuni, he also felt the disrespect of her sister when Bhim Pitamah came to Gandhar with the marriage proposal of Dhritarashtra for Gandhari. Post this marriage proposal, Shakuni took a pledge to take revenge from Hastinapur anyhow. I know Ravana did wrong with Mata Sita & Shakuni did wrong with Draupadi and owing to this, we consider them the sign of evils.

Do you also want to become wicked?? Just ask this question from yourselves. 

I guess, let us take these topics in the upcoming blogs and in this blog, let us keep talking about Raksha Bandhan in detail because you came here to read that only: why do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan?

 
What is Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is a festival celebrated annually by the peoples having belief in Santana Dharma (Hindu Dharma). It is mainly celebrated in India, Nepal & other parts of the world where peoples stay and have faith in Hindu Dharma. This festival is celebrated on the last day of the Hindu Lunar Calendar Month of Saravana which falls in the month of August. If we comprehend the Raksha Bandhan or if we see the meaning in Sanskrit, the meaning of Raksha Bandhan is the bond of protection or love. This is the festival of brother & sister where sisters tie the amulet or rakhi on the wrist of their brothers and in return brothers promise them to protect from the evils. In today’s time, this festival is not restricted among siblings and now also celebrated between friends or closed ones to whom people want to spread their love or care.

 
When was Raksha Bandhan Started?

The celebration of Raksha Bandhan had been started several centuries ago. If we read the holy books of Hindu dharma, we will find several stories related to this special festival. Here we are listing down the main stories related to this festival.

➤Indra Dev and Sachi

➤King Bali and Goddess Lakshmi

➤Santoshi Maa

➤Krishna and Draupadi

If you want to know these stories in detail, write to us in the comment box and we will publish the blog featuring all the stories related to this very special festival of love.

When is the Raksha Bandhan Celebrated?

According to the Hindu Calendar, Raksha Bandhan celebrated every year on the full moon day or the last day of Hindu lunar calendar which mainly falls in the month of August.  This is the reason; this festival is also called as Rakhi Purnima. On the same days, several other festivals are observed across India. On this day, another festival name as “Avani Avattam” observed in south India while “Kajari Purnima” observed in North India. Let me share what happens to these festivals as well.

WHY DO WE CELEBRATE RAKSHA BANDHAN?


➤Avani Avattam: This festival is mainly celebrated in South India. On this day, the brahmin community exchange the threads and do prayer for their ancestors. They thank for their teachings/lessons and ask for forgiveness for their sins. 

➤Kajari Purnima: This festival is mainly celebrated in the north part of India. On this day, farmers worship goddess Bhagwati for the good crops and mother worships goddess Bhagwati for the wellbeing of their son.

On the same day, in some parts of India, two more festivals are celebrated i.e. Pavitropana & Nariyal Purnima. These festivals are related to Lord Shiva & lord Varuna respectively. Pavitropana is mainly celebrated by the Shiva devotees who do special pooja to Lord Shiva on this day and offer a thread made from the mixture of panchgaivya. Nariyal Purnima is another festival celebrated mainly in west India by the fisherman and they offer nariyal to the lord Varuna for healthy sea trade.

 
How is Raksha Bandhan Celebrated

On the day of Raksha Bandhan, the sisters apply the tika on the forehead of their brother and tie an amulet or rakhi on the wrist and then give sweets to eat. In return, brothers give gifts to the sisters. 

WHY DO WE CELEBRATE RAKSHA BANDHAN?
 

While tying the rakhi, following is the mantra chanted by the siblings

येन भादो बली राजा दानवेन्द्रो महाबलः |
तेन त्वानामिभाद्नामी त्वामाभिबध्नामी रक्षे माचल माचल ||

The meaning of this mantra is: "I am tying this Raksha Bandhan to you that was tied to the Demon King Bali. Oh, rakshaa please do not move and waver."

This is all about Raksha Bandhan and why do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan. Thanks for reading and kindly bookmarks www.socialposts.org to read all the latest blogs published on this blog.

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WHY DID CHILD MARRIAGE INCREASE IN COVID-19?




Coronavirus or the most prominent word of 2020 i.e. Covid-19 has brought several unseen conditions in the world and the whole world is suffering from the economic crisis, the death of their citizens, lockdown, and many more. India is also suffered a lot due to this Virus. We already discussed or read so much about the impact of Coronavirus across the globe and in recent days, one more study came where it addressed two more problems that happened in the world due to Coronavirus.

It is:

➨Child Marriage

➨Childbirth.

This post is shared by one of our readers (Mansi Sharma). She is a very well-known writer continuously writing content on social issues. In the coming blog, we would love to cover the stats related to childbirth as well.

Read about Coronavirus in detail:

KNOW ABOUT CORONAVIRUS AND ITS EFFECTS IN DETAIL

So, stay tuned with us and spread your love to Social Posts forever.

Nowadays, India is confronting several problems that emerge either due to the Coronavirus created by China or due to the bad neighbor of India such as China, Pakistan & these days Nepal as well.

This blog is restricted to find out the reason for the increase in child marriage during COVID-19.
 
Out of nowhere, we ran over a news feature that till June 27 the administration had mediated to stop 5,584 child marriages in India. It is still in continuation where numerous episodes are unreported because of less instruction among individuals and casualty needs more access to police protection and now and again even need strength.

What is Child Marriage

As per the Indian Law, A marriage is called child marriage if the age of the girl is less than 18 years or the age of the boy is less than 21. As per the report published by UNICEF, here are some insights related to the girl’s marriage.

➨27% of the Indian girls are married before their 18th birthday.

➨7% of the Indian girls are married before their 15th birthday.

 
Why there is an increase in child marriages in this Covid-19?

The idea of child marriage isn't new in India. There is a tremendous spike in child marriages in India during this pandemic and it is increasing at a rapid pace is the direct result of neediness.

This pandemic has shaken the nation's economy troubling individuals and needy individuals at most. As per the report published in the Indian newspapers, mainly girls become the victim of child marriage, and out of 100% child marriage cases, underage girls are found in 93% cases while in 7% cases, underage boys are found. If we further bifurcate the girl’s percentage, we found, 39% of young ladies are age 11 to 15 years of age, and 60% are 16 to 18 years of age.

Unemployment, relocation, and soar in poverty are the significant highlights adding to the ongoing spike in child marriage. States like West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, and Manipur are with the most noteworthy the pace of child marriage followed by Bihar, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, and numerous different states too where pandemic, as well as another catastrophe, is drumming them at an antagonistic rate.

What will happen if it continues at the same pace

If child marriage keeps on being thriving at that point, it will put more than 4,000,000 young ladies at the danger of being hitched at an early age. India's populace involves 27% urban populace where these things are less likely to occur while the rural populace of India is 73% where poverty, employment, etc. are the major factors responsible for child marriage.


What will be the impacts of child marriage?

Young girls are mainly affected by child marriages in comparison to young boys as they move from their house to a new house at a very early age of her life. They must compromise their wishes and as a newlywed girl, they stay inside the house and not able to enjoy their childhood. In most of the cases, they are not ready to take the family responsibilities or even not aware of the family responsibilities

Read about the case study:

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR INDUSTRY TO FIGHT CORONAVIRUS

Here in this post, we have covered some impacts of child marriage to the girls. If you like this post and want more blogs on the same topic, please write to us in the comment box. We would bring more insights related to this topic.

➦Stress/pressure on young girls

When the young ladies are being hitched, they are not aware of their family responsibilities in most of the cases. They even don’t know what they need to do as a bride. They are unable to handle the family pressure post-marriage and thus resultant as an unnecessary stress

Early pregnancies

Child marriage forces the young ladies to start the sex at a very early stage where their bodies are not ready to accept it at all. At this stage, they are unaware of their privileges of sexual right and conceptive well bring. Due to the early marriage, young ladies must face social strain and they can’t even speak about their desires specifically related to safe sexual practices and family planning. Therefore, they are bound to conceive early pregnancies where they are not even aware of pregnancy-related wounds, for example, obstetric fistula. Early pregnancies are also the major reason for higher chances of miscarriage and even sometimes cause the death of a mother.

➦Prone to despondency and other psychological wellness issues

These young ladies regularly face viciousness, for example, aggressive behavior at home and sexual maltreatment leaving them frightened. With nobody sharing their sentiments they adjust a few emotional well-being issues like PTSD which inconvenience if they can remember.

➦Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is another negative drawback of child marriage. When the young girls are forced to marriage even when she is not crossed 18 could become the reason for violence. What happens, when she is not mature, she is not able to handle the family pressure and sometimes not able to perform her duty in a proper manner.

Author details-:

Author name-: Mansi Sharma
Website-: www.formingbliss.com

Links-:
 1. https://formingbliss.com/an-increase-in-child-marriage-during-the-pandemic/ --Child marriage
 2. https://formingbliss.com/lockdown-of-turmoil-domestic-violence/ --- domestic violence

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DO YOU KNOW ABOUT INTELLIGENCE???



Most of you may not have a clue about me. I am just an ordinary XY Homosapien among billions aspiring for my dreams to come true.

I have grown up watching people speaking things such as intelligence, wisdom, creativity, and so on. But my question is Are all these things inherited? Is it by birth? Is it impossible to achieve these things?

The series of questions just do not end here.

1. How much does intelligence level differ?

2. How to check someone’s intelligence?

If you are searching for these answers, then keep on reading.

As per my knowledge, there are two kinds of people: - 

*Genius types

*Effort types.

Genius Types

Since we can’t deny this fact that intelligence is inherited to some degree. They are called Geniuses.

In this advanced era, he/ she is god gifted still stands true. At a very small age, I understood that we aren’t created equal.

Most of the researchers have also found that the IQ of children at birth is strongly related to their biological parents. They state that 50% of the difference in intelligence is due to genetics.

But Genes are not Destiny

Moving to the second category i.e. Effort types. They are the ones who have ruled over the world with their sheer hard work and perseverance.

 
Effort Types

The environmental factors are also strongly responsible for IQ. You can surely increase intelligence. 

The various techniques involved are: -

➨ Deep thinking: - One should think about the things as deep as possible. It helps to learn things from the root, polishes our analysing skills, and margin of error becomes negligible.

➨ Learn from the past: - It involves learning from not only your mistakes but also from the experience of others.

➨ Develop a skill: - A skill such as painting, writing, singing or any other activity can be helpful because these activities involve both sides of the brain (left and right part).  

➨ Practice: - This is the most important factor. Revision and practice are the fundamentals to memorize things for a longer period.

But putting the efforts in the right direction is important. You can’t ask fish to climb the tree. You need to search the best and right things for you. Introspect and try to know your abilities. Try to gather knowledge and apply it until you succeed.

“Hard work never deceives”. No matter which family or clan you are from. Hard work can always unleash the dormant potential within you.

Yes, you heard it right.

“Hard work can beat Genius”

Because intelligence is not about scoring perfect 100 in exams or answering first in the class.
Intelligence is the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.

No matter how many times you fail. Don’t give it up. Keep it up. Turn it upside down.

In the next blog, there will be a detailed discussion about intelligence. Thank you for reading.

Signing off, Ankit Dubey here.

About the Author

Ankit Dubey is a university student pursuing Engineering. He loves to interact and share his experience through various platforms. He has the ambition to know the secrets of human life.


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HOW TO BOOK SPECIAL TRAIN TICKETS ONLINE?


Hi guys, I welcome you again on my website and I bring one more blog related to the special train ticket booking online. This blog is very useful, so I request you to share this blog with your friends & family members. 

In this blog, I am going to share very useful tips that will help you with ticket booking. I assure if you follow these steps, you can easily book your special train tickets.

Book Special Train Tickets Online


To use these tips, first, you need to ensure two things
:


➨Download the IRCTC App and create your login.

➨You should have good speed on the internet.

 
What are the Tips to be followed to book Special Train Tickets?

I would like to give you 4 tips that would help you in booking special train tickets online.

➨As you may know, the ticket booking of the special train starts at 8 a.m. so it is highly advisable to log in your irctc account around 7:57 am and wait there for 2~3 minutes.

➨Create your master list of all the passengers looking to travel on a special train.

➨While online booking tickets of the special train, IRCTC/the government is asking for some additional details related to your address such as house number, post office, pin code, city, state, etc. Keep these details handy with you when you are going to book tickets.

➨Payment processing is the most crucial step in special train ticket booking. I advise you to select multiple payment options and then select the Razorpay option. Copy your card number before login Irctc account and just paste. Remember your card expiry and CVV and fill quickly. You will get the OTP after filling all these details. Just enter your OTP and get your confirmed tickets.

 
What are the precautions to be followed while traveling in Special Train?

Here are some tips that you can follow while traveling via train, bus, or any other way. Please ensure to follow these steps to avoid the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

How to Book Special Train Tickets Online


➨Read all the government guidelines and follow them. Download Arogya Setu App

➨Use Mask to cover your nose & mouth. Also, use googles to cover your eyes.

➨Follow the rules of Social Distancing.

➨Carry hand wash and sanitizer with you and wash your hands frequently.

➨Carry food, water, & linen with you.

➨Stay at your seat and don’t travel inside the train without any reason.

➨Don’t gather near to the washroom. 

If you want to share your stories related to lockdown such as “how are spending your lockdown”, then please write to us @sk.vivek1990@gmail.com. We will feature your story on our website.


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WHAT IS THE THEME OF WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY 2020?


World No Tobacco Day 2020 Theme

World No Tobacco Day is the global event celebrated worldwide on 31st May. The prime objective of this day is to raise awareness among persons about the undesirable results of tobacco-related products.

Here in this blog, we are going to cover:

→What is the History of World No Tobacco Day?

→What is the Theme of World No Tobacco Day 2020?

→What is 1st hand, 2nd hand & 3rd Hand smoke?

→Why should I quit smoking?

→How the Tobacco industry attract Younger Generations

If you want to know more about World No Tobacco Day and the topics mentioned above, you can continue, else you can quit.

What is the History of World No Tobacco Day?

World No tobacco day was started in the year 1987 by the WHO members to spread awareness about the negative effects of the usage of Tobacco. Initially, they were planning to pass a resolution to create “World No Smoking Day” on 7th April, but later it was decided to start world no tobacco day on 31st May by linking the theme of all tobacco products together. 

World Health Organization has given importance to eight global public health campaign and world no tobacco day is one among them. The other seven global public health days are World Health Day, World Blood Donor Day, World Immunization Week, World Tuberculosis Day, World Malaria Day, World Hepatitis Day, and World AIDS Day. 

 
What is the Theme of World No Tobacco Day 2020?

As you are aware of, the celebration of World No Tobacco Day every year centric around a specific theme and slogan and the theme of 2020 World No Tobacco Day is “Protecting youth from industry manipulation and preventing them from tobacco and nicotine use”. The purpose of this year’s theme is to encourage young people to take part in the fight against big tobacco.

World No Tobacco Day 2020 Theme

 How the Tobacco Industry Attract Younger Generations

➤Flavors appealing to children in smokeless tobacco, shisha, and e-cigarettes

➤Promotion of tobacco products and the distribution of free samples at popular events for young people.

➤Advertising and product placement on movies and tv-shows and through social media platforms with paid influencers.

What is 1st hand, 2nd hand & 3rd Hand smoke?

When I was researching World No Tobacco Theme 2020, I got to know about the different hand of smoke i.e. 1st hand, 2nd hand & 3rd Hand smoke.

1st Hand Smoke: The person who inhaled smoke is called first-hand smoke.

2nd Hand Smoke: Second-hand smoke is the combination of smoke that comes from a cigarette and smoke breathed out by a smoker. When a non-smoker is around someone smoking, they breathe in second-hand smoke. Generally, it is called passive smoking.

3rd hand Smoke: Thirdhand smoke is residual nicotine and other chemicals left on indoor surfaces by tobacco smoke. The residue is reacting with common indoor pollutants to create a toxic mix including cancer-causing compounds, posing a potential health hazard to non-smokers especially children.

 
Key facts on tobacco consumption

Here are some important facts & figures related to tobacco consumption.

➤There are 1.3 billion tobacco users worldwide. That number would be even larger if tobacco didn’t kill half of its users.

➤Tobacco kills more than 8 million people each year.

➤More than 7 million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while around 1.2 million are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke.

➤Around 80% of the world's 1.1 billion smokers live in low- and middle-income countries.

➤Second-hand smoke is also injurious to health and responsible for serious cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, including coronary heart disease and lung cancer.

➤In public places, approximately 50% of the children breathe polluted air caused by tobacco.

➤As per the stats, approximately 60k~70K children die due to the 2nd hand smoke.

➤Second-hand smoke is responsible for premature deaths of more than 1.2 million every year.

➤Second-hand smoke increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. It is also harmful to pregnant women as it causes pregnancy complications and low birth weight.

 
Why should I quit smoking?

2020 World No Tobacco Day Theme

There are numerous benefits if you quit smoking. Here we are listing some of them and these are enough to ensure after reading this blog, think twice before smoking.

➤It increases your life expectancy and decreases your risk of disease.

➤It improves your personal life, makes your health better, and improves your sense of taste and smell.

➤Children who stay in non-smoking families are less vulnerable to diseases in comparison to smoking families.

➤Tobacco smoke contains several types of cancer-causing agents and it is one of the major causes of lung & throat cancer.

➤The usage of tobacco-related products increases the level of blood sugar and leads to diabetes.

➤A person who smokes has high levels of carbon monoxide in their blood and their body always starving for oxygen.

➤Smoking makes your blood thicker and damages your blood vessels and leads to increase chances of risk of stroke and erectile dysfunction respectively. Tar from cigarettes coats your lungs, making them work harder.

➤Heart disease is another major cause of death and people who are used to smoke have greater chances of heart disease. One among five deaths from heart disease caused by smoking.

➤There is a higher chance of life-threatening ectopic pregnancy in smoking females and it is approximately 4 times in comparison of those women who never smoke.

➤After quitting smoking, you can also save money.

 
What government should do to discourage Tobacco Usage

Here are some initiatives government should take to encourage youths to avoid the usage of tobacco-related products.

➤Ban the use of flavorings attractive to youth in nicotine and tobacco products;

➤Enact comprehensive bans on advertising, promotion, and sponsorship of nicotine and tobacco products, including cross-border advertising;

➤Adopt large, graphic labels that warn about the health risks of nicotine and tobacco products;

➤Promote nicotine replacement therapies and non-nicotine pharmacotherapies for termination.

 
How to Control your Smoking Habits

➤Delay: Delay if you can before giving in to your need.

➤Deep breathing: Take 10 deep breaths to relax.

➤Drink water: Drinking water is a healthy alternative to sticking a cigarette in your mouth.

➤Do something else to distract yourself: Take a shower, read, go for a walk, listen to music!



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PREVIOUS YEARS WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY THEMES LIST


World Environment Day is the global event celebrated every year on 5th June and it is the principal vehicle of the united nation for encouraging actions & awareness amongst the people towards the protection of the environment. It was started in 1974 and since then we are continuously celebrating. It has become a global platform with the participation of 143 countries worldwide. The major purpose of this day is to address all the environmental problems. 

World Environment Day 2020


Some of the major environmental problems are:

➨Air pollution

➨Water pollution

➨Global warming

➨Climate change

➨Increase of CO2 level.

➨Marine pollution

➨Human overpopulation

➨Wildlife crime & so on.

WED 2020


Here in this blog, we are going to list down the details of previous year themes of World Environment Day & the details of the hosting nations.

 
LIST OF THEMES OF PREVIOUS YEARS WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

Here is a detailed list of previous year themes of world environment days were chosen by the UN and the reason behind choosing all these themes.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2020


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2019


Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2018

The theme of World Environment Day 2018 was “Beat Plastic Pollution” and the host nation was India. The reason behind choosing this theme was to encourage peoples to avoid the usage of plastic and reduce the heavy burden of plastic on the earth.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2017

The theme of World Environment Day 2017 was “Connecting People to Nature” and the host nation was Canada.

Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day List


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2016

The theme of World Environment Day 2016 was “Go wild for life” and the host nation was Angola. The purpose of this world environment day was to stop or prevent the illegal trade in wildlife.

List Of Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2015

The theme of World Environment Day 2015 was "Seven Billion Dreams One Planet. Consume with Care" and the host nation was Italy.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2014

The theme of World Environment Day 2014 was “International Year of Small Islands Developing States (SIDS)” and the host nation was Barbados. A special slogan also made for 2014 World Environment Day and the slogan was "Raise your voice, not the sea level".

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2013

The theme of World Environment Day 2013 was "Think Eat Save” and the host nation was Mongolia.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2012

The theme of World Environment Day 2012 was "Green Economy” and the host nation was Brazil.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2011

The theme of World Environment Day 2011 was "Forests—Nature at Your Service.” and the host nation was India.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2010

The theme of World Environment Day 2010 was "Many Species. One Planet. One Future” and the host nation was Rwanda.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2009

The theme of World Environment Day 2009 was "Your Planet Needs You – Unite to Combat Climate Change” and the host nation was Mexico.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2008

The theme of World Environment Day 2008 was "CO2, Kick the Habit! Towards a Low Carbon Economy” and the host nation was New Zealand.

List Of Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2007

The theme of World Environment Day 2007 was "Melting Ice – a Hot Topic?” and the host nation was Norway.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2006

The theme of World Environment Day 2006 was “Deserts and Desertification and the slogan was "Don't desert drylands" and the host nation was Algeria.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2005

The theme of World Environment Day 2005 was "Green Cities" and the slogan was "Plant for the Planet!".

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2004

The theme of World Environment Day 2004 was " Wanted! Seas and Oceans – Dead or Alive?" and the host nation was Barcelona, Spain.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2003

The theme of World Environment Day 2003 was "Water – Two Billion People are Dying for It! " and the host nation was Beirut, Lebanon.

List Of Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 2002

The theme of World Environment Day 2002 was " Give Earth a Chance " and the host nation was Shenzhen, People's Republic of China.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2001

The theme of World Environment Day 2001 was " Connect with the World Wide Web of Life" and the host nation was Torino, Italy, and Havana, Cuba.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 2000

The theme of World Environment Day 2000 was " The Environment Millennium – Time to Act" and the host nation was Adelaide, Australia.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1999

The theme of World Environment Day 1999 was " Our Earth – Our Future – Just Save It!" and the host nation was Tokyo, Japan.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1998

The theme of World Environment Day 1998 was " For Life on Earth – Save Our Seas" and the host nation was Moscow, Russian Federation.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1997

The theme of World Environment Day 1997 was " For Life on Earth " and the host nation was Seoul, Republic of Korea.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1996

The theme of World Environment Day 1996 was " Our Earth, Our Habitat, Our Home" and the host nation was Istanbul, Turkey.

Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 1995

The theme of World Environment Day 1995 was " We the Peoples: United for the Global Environment " and the host nation was Pretoria, South Africa.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1994

The theme of World Environment Day 1994 was "One Earth One Family" and the host nation was London, United Kingdom.

Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day


➨The theme of World Environment Day 1993

The theme of World Environment Day 1993 was " Poverty and the Environment – Breaking the Vicious Circle" and the host nation was Beijing, People's Republic of China.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1992

The theme of World Environment Day 1992 was " Only One Earth, Care, and Share" and the host nation was Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The theme of World Environment Day 1991

The theme of World Environment Day 1991 was "Climate Change. Need for Global Partnership " and the host nation was Stockholm, Sweden.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1990

The theme of World Environment Day 1990 was " Children and the Environment" and the host nation was Mexico City, Mexico.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1989

The theme of World Environment Day 1989 was " Global Warming; Global Warming " and the host nation was Brussels, Belgium.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1988

The theme of World Environment Day 1988 was " When People Put the Environment First, Development Will Last " and the host nation was Bangkok, Thailand.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1987

The theme of World Environment Day 1987 was " Environment and Shelter: More Than A Roof " and the host nation was Nairobi, Kenya.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1986

The theme of World Environment Day 1986 was "A Tree for Peace" and the host nation was Ontario, Canada.

Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day List


➨The theme of World Environment Day 1985

The theme of World Environment Day 1985 was " Youth: Population and the Environment " and the host nation was Islamabad, Pakistan.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1984

The theme of World Environment Day 1984 was " Desertification " and the host nation was Rajshahi, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1983

The theme of World Environment Day 1983 was " Managing and Disposing Hazardous Waste: Acid Rain and Energy " and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1982

The theme of World Environment Day 1982 was " Ten Years After Stockholm (Renewal of Environmental Concerns)" and the host nation was Dhaka, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1981

The theme of World Environment Day 1981 was " Ground Water; Toxic Chemicals in Human Food Chains " and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1980

The theme of World Environment Day 1980 was "A New Challenge for the New Decade: Development Without Destruction" and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

List Of Previous Years Themes Of World Environment Day
               

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1979

The theme of World Environment Day 1979 was " Only One Future for Our Children – Development Without Destruction " and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1978

The theme of World Environment Day 1978 was " Development Without Destruction " and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

World Environment Day Previous Years Themes List


➨The theme of World Environment Day 1977

The theme of World Environment Day 1977 was "Ozone Layer Environmental Concern; Lands Loss and Soil Degradation" and the host nation was Sylhet, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1976

The theme of World Environment Day 1976 was " Water: Vital Resource for Life " and the host nation was Ontario, Canada.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1975

The theme of World Environment Day 1975 was "Human Settlements" and the host nation was Dhaka, Bangladesh.

➨The theme of World Environment Day 1974

The theme of World Environment Day 1974 was " Only one Earth " and the host nation was Spokane, United States.


World Environment Day Previous Years Themes List


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