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    World Environment Day: Sonali and Amir Jaffar's hit show's actors say we have the power, asks everyone to make those small change which can lead to a bigger one

    On World Environment Day, which is observed on June 5, Full house Media's actors share the small they are making for a cleaner and greener environment.

    Richa Rathore (Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha): A change is a change whether small or big. Any change begins with awareness. It is urgent that we realize the impact of our consumption patterns on the environment. Making efforts in this direction is the only way to secure a healthy environment for all. I have started opting for environment friendly products and avoiding the use of plastic. I have been planning to start home composting of kitchen waste. I am trying to educate myself more about fast fashion and make conscious choices related to clothing and fashion. Also, in the lockdown, I made a table out of old scrap wood, then a planter from scrap tiles and some potlis from scrap cloth. So recycling is also one way by which we can create a difference.

    Milloni Kapadia (Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha): Consistent small changes make a big difference. I believe a clean environment keeps our mind healthy and wise. Our environment affects our lives a lot in ways that people usually don't think of and that is why they tend to litter and pollute it, and I hate that. I always use the bin when around or if not I keep my waste to myself and request others to do the same. In fact, I sometimes take their waste and keep it too. Plastics are long gone. Also, I love greens. We have a lot of plants at our place and it's a beautiful feeling to water them and see them grow and bloom. I feel our environment is our home. I really wish every human would feel the same, and not pollute it. Let's keep our environment clean and fresh for us to live a happy and healthy life.

    Vaidika Senjaliya (Tujhse Hai Raabta): A healthy environment means a lot to me since childhood. My grandfather is still doing farming in our village, we have a lot of mango trees over there, so from childhood itself, I know how important it is to have a healthy environment. Greenery gives us positivity and refreshment, especially during these COVID times. In my house too, I have kept plants in all corners because you feel so good, and peaceful looking at those. And whenever we go to our village I feel so happy there because there is much of greenery and less pollution. In metro cities like Mumbai, it's not possible to maintain the environment, we can't grow more trees because we don't have enough space, but yes we can make sure that the trees which already exist are maintained. The eco-system restoration which is done by the government should be promoted.

    Saurabh Agarwal (Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha): I always lead life naturally, and when I say naturally I mean with nature. We are a part of nature, born out of it, and if we destroy what takes care of us then it's our foolishness. We can't afford to cut and kill trees. We have to avoid carbon emission as much as possible. With carbon emission I mean minimal use of social media platforms and mobile, which also includes no use of one-time plastic. We have to take care of our environment which takes of ourselves and not otherwise. So I personally take note of all these things and apply to my lifestyle. It's our planet and not any human beings ego trip.

    Bharat Pahuja (Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha): I truly believe small changes lead to a better lifestyle not just for me or my family but for the world around me. At my home we follow the practice of segregating dry and wet garbage. In my opinion this really is important for everyone to do, in fact this small practice can help in waste management on a larger scale and help in reduction of pollution of land, water and air. Small changes always help in establishing lasting changes and I urge everyone to help the planet be cleaner. I love plants and I really think having them around is the best practice. I keep planting new ones every now and then. In fact, once I grew a tree in my balcony. You know these things help you not only with personal growth but also help the environment. Who said you don't have the power?





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