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National Pollution Control Day 2023: Reflect, Unite, Prevail

National Pollution Control Day prompts reflection on a tragic history, urging collective responsibility to combat pollution for a sustainable and harmonious future.

National Pollution Control Day: Honoring Lives Lost, Urging Collective Responsibility for a Sustainable Tomorrow

 

In a world grappling with the dire consequences of pollution, National Pollution Control Day serves as a poignant reminder to reflect on our actions. The devastating incident on December 2-3, 1984, in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, echoes in history, claiming lives due to a chemical release from a pesticide plant. This solemn day, observed annually on December 2, honours those who lost their lives in this industrial disaster.

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Collective Duty: Combat Pollution

The urgency to address pollution resonates as a call for collective responsibility. Pollution, whether in the air, water, or the environment, continues to jeopardize our planet’s well-being. Each passing day witnesses a surge in harmful elements introduced to nature, diminishing the quality of life and public health. National Pollution Control Day underscores the imperative need to foster awareness and explore sustainable living practices.

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As we approach this year’s observance, let’s unite in the pursuit of a green and harmless future. It’s an opportunity to reflect on our choices, emphasizing mindfulness in resource usage. Together, let’s strive to reverse the damage inflicted upon our planet, fostering a world where pollution is curbed, and harmony prevails.

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