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Environmental regulations strictly required to maintain the benefits of lockdown: Environment

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new Delhi. Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the benefits to our environment from the lockdown implemented due to the corona virus should continue even on normal days, so that the state and union territories must strictly implement pollution control regulations. In a letter to states and union territories, Javadekar said that due to unforeseen situation arising out of Kovid-19, industrial activity, vehicular movement and construction activities have come down significantly, resulting in improvement in air and water quality. The Union Minister requested him to try to maintain this level even on normal days.

Javadekar said that when normal life resumes, it will become more challenging to maintain the current environmental benefits, but we have a chance to prove that we can have a much better environment even during normal activities. Javadekar said, "This is a challenge that state officials will meet by strictly enforcing environmental norms and regulations governing pollution. We need to improve on things like waste management, industrial discharge, river quality and emission levels." Should pay attention. "

He said that during the lockdown various reports have reported that there has been a significant improvement in the quality of air and water. At the same time, there has also been a decrease in noise pollution. The Minister said that there is a need to create more awareness about the environment among the people who can appreciate the good change in the health of the environment through better lifestyle management. He said, "I want to work with you to pursue the idea of ​​sustainable development in conjunction with conservation of the environment which is based on the foundation of sustainable lifestyle management of the Indian philosophy of living in harmony with nature." I request you to ask all the concerned departments to implement all the related rules, monitor them and try to maintain the profit

This post was published on May 18, 2020 1:36 pm

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