At Mahatma Education Society’s Chembur English High School, students were told about the environment and various habitats on World Environment Day. They were also informed about food chains and how extinction of one species disrupts the food chain.

Students gave motivating speeches on the effects of pollution and the need for conservation. They also spoke about why India hosted the United Nation’s global event with the theme “Beat Plastic Pollution”. Theyhighlighted how plastic is life-threatening to both animals and humans and how oceans and marine life is destroyed by plastic. Grade 8 students recited poems on environment protection. Through mime, grade 9 students conveyed the message. Grade 6 students prepared eco-friendly bags. The CEO Dr. K.M. Vasudevan Pillai addressed the students focussing on conserving natural resources. He spoke about recycling and reusing materials as part of the effort.

The celebration culminated with a “Green Pledge” by the teachers, tudents and the Principal Ms. Annamma Paul.

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