5th June is World Environment Day. Here’s how these TV actors are planning to take care of the environment.
Ira Sone: I recently made some mindful changes after reading about plastic pollution as it can afflict land waterways and oceans. I decided to discard all plastic items from my house especially from the kitchen, it was a difficult process but my mother's old school and effective pointers helped me make this change. I’ve been persistent to help my friends make this change as well.
Sahil Anand: I am from Chandigarh that is extremely beautiful and basically I am very fascinated with greenery. I am really into gardening. Chandigarh has many trees and gardens and I am habituated to them. I make sure that now also where I am living, it has gardens around it. I also have a garden at my place where I have planted many plants. I love plants and I want to have a green environment around me. Obviously, I never throw garbage on the road or never spit or eat something which I have to spit. But I see people spitting and we should do something against this. We should organize campaigns. Thanks to Modi sir, the problem of green garbage, wet garbage, and dry garbage has really been taken care of and I see people following it and I am very glad that it’s happening.
Sana Makbul Khan: The basic thing would be that it all starts from yourself. If you on your own take care that there's no litter around you, you yourself take a step forward than that will go a long way. On World Environment Day, I would like to urge people to stay away from plastics. People are still using plastics and that shouldn't be permitted.
Jason Shah: Everything in this world is ours and is ours to protect. Small initiatives like don't keep the water running while brushing your teeth and switch off the lights and fans when you leave the room. Try not to use and throw plastic and be part of small initiatives to help clean up.
Shehzad Shaikh: I make sure that I use minimalistic energy, I make sure that I don't use any plastic in my life. I try to keep my air-condition and carbon emission from my side to the minimum. If it comes to short distances up to 2 kilometers, I will walk that distance. And in the end, keep our city clean because we are one of the highly populated countries in the world. And one of our leaders also said this 'That if all of us decide that we aren't going to stay in a dirty world, so that country will become the most sustaining, and cleanest place to live in'. I hope you are planting a sapling, you are putting out a bowl of water for the birds, And please try to help the animals because they really need your help more than you possibly think.
Aastha Chaudhary: Try not to use plastic much do not litter and most importantly plant trees as much as you can. Personally, I follow these basic rules and aware people around me whenever I travel I always keep garbage bag handy. I try to buy products with no paraben /sulphate, which is very harmful to our mother Earth.
Sachin Parikh: My wife and I started going for holidays after our marriage, to different places in India. We decided that plant trees everywhere we go. It could be a small plant or anything, but we would definitely do it and we will let it grow. When we decided this my wife was pregnant and we decided that further on also, our son or daughter whoever comes would continue this tradition. We are definitely going to follow this in the upcoming years as well. today my daughter, who is 8 years old, also makes sure we do this wherever we go.