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Smile India Trust is celebrating World Earth Day to promote the importance of nature.

World Earth Day

World Earth Day is a reminder of the importance of nature and its living organisms, such as plants, flowers, and the environment. Humans need to understand that nature is not just for us, but a protective shield against our needs such as hunger, health, and more. Unfortunately, our greed has caused us to fail to sustain nature. We often destroy everything in our own way just to prove things scientifically. We should never break nature’s laws, as it has its own principles that we must respect.

Why do we celebrate World Earth Day?

World Earth Day is an annual event that takes place on April 22nd. It is a global gathering that focuses on environmental issues and brings people together from all over the world to discuss, share, and brainstorm ways to tackle these challenges.

Celebrating World Earth Day is essential as it emphasizes our collective responsibility to preserve the earth’s resources, confront climate change, and secure a sustainable existence for future generations by promoting global camaraderie and inspiring eco-friendly practices.

This day encourages us to be more thoughtful about our actions and their environmental consequences, ultimately fostering a balanced coexistence between humanity and our precious planet.

Who started this World Earth Day?

The US introduced The concept of Earth Day. Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970. He was deeply concerned about the deteriorating environment and sought to raise public awareness about environmental issues.

The first Earth Day celebrated on April 22nd, 1970, led to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and inspired the passage of several groundbreaking environmental laws. Over time, World Earth Day has evolved into a global event celebrated annually to promote environmental protection and sustainability.

Why is it important to protect our nature?

The preservation of nature is crucial for our continuous existence and improved lifespan. It ensures the availability of essential resources like nourishment, clean air, and water that are indispensable for our survival. It helps to sustain resources and a healthy environment.

A healthy environment contributes to better health by mitigating health issues related to pollution and offering psychological benefits such as stress reduction.

What are the human activities that are leading nature to its doom?

Numerous human activities are causing a decline in nature. These include deforestation, unstable agriculture, excessive greenhouse gas emissions, overfishing, industrial waste, toxic gas pollution, dumping into water bodies, and habitat destruction. These actions result in climate change, the loss of biodiversity, and the depletion of natural resources.

Ultimately, they put the Earth’s ecosystem and all life forms in danger. It is critical for humanity to adopt sustainable practices and minimize the negative impact on the environment to prevent nature from reaching a catastrophic state.

What we can do to protect Mother Earth?

To protect Mother Earth, humans should reduce their consumption of non-renewable resources. They can minimize waste production by recycling and composting, conserve water and energy, and limit activities that contribute to pollution, deforestation, and habitat destruction.

Promoting awareness and encouraging others to adopt eco-friendly habits can increase the life of our planet

What are the current statistics on planet Earth and its health?

  • The state of our planet is a cause for concern and alarm. A recent study revealed that only three out of the nine planetary boundaries remain unreached. Climate change has disrupted the Earth’s climate significantly, the loss of biodiversity has exceeded acceptable levels. Rampant chemical pollution and deforestation are also contributing to the planet’s deterioration.
  • Air pollution is a major problem in many parts of the world, with new data from the World Health Organization (WHO) showing that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. The updated estimations reveal that 7 million people die every year due to ambient (outdoor) and household air pollution, which is alarming.
  • Deforestation is also a critical issue, with approximately $2 trillion to $4.5 trillion being lost every year due to lost biodiversity. Between 1990 and 2020, 4.2% of the world’s tree cover was lost. By 2030, there may only be 10% of the world’s rainforests left. Agriculture is responsible for roughly 80% of tropical forest loss, and in 2020, 12 million hectares of tropical tree cover were lost.
  • A recent survey of more than 75,000 bodies of water in 89 countries found that over 40% were severely polluted, indicating a significant problem with water pollution.
  • The world generates 2.01 billion metric tons of municipal solid waste every year. At least 33% of that waste is not managed in an environmentally safe manner, which is concerning.

Smile India Trust is a beacon of hope for Mother Earth, protecting the home of everyone.

Smile India Trust recognizes the significance of World Earth Day and the positive impact it can have on the planet. As an NGO, we wholeheartedly support this important day and hope that everyone will share our passion for protecting nature.

Through our various initiatives. We strive to improve the health and sustainability of our planet.

Programs to conserve resources and the life of the earth

Our Smile India Trust organization is uplifting the health of the environment. We strongly believe in the importance of preserving nature and the earth’s resources. Our organization strives to heal Mother Earth. We have already planted over 120,000 trees.

We educate people. Especially children, about how we can recycle plastic waste and how to prevent its use. We run various camps to create awareness among the public about eco-friendly activities. That can help conserve our natural resources for future generations.


Earth is a magnificent blessing to humanity, and we must always remember to respect its greatness. Nature itself is priceless and irreplaceable, and we cannot substitute it with anything else. At Smile India Trust, we understand this and are taking various initiatives to heal and preserve the environment. On this wonderful day of World Earth Day, we feel blessed for Mother Earth.

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