Here's How Pankaj Mishra Makes People Aware Of Planting Trees & Environmental Preservation
Pankaj Mishra and his team have planted thousands of saplings over the previous five years. The social activist is setting an example for the youth through his activities.
Pankaj Mishra, a young social activist, has been working to improve the environment for the past few years. Saving Nature Welfare Society and Charitable Trust was founded by him. Mishra and his team have planted thousands of saplings over the previous five years. The social activist is setting an example for the youth through his activities.
Pankaj Mishra intended to pursue the socio-political field during his undergraduate years and aid Uttar Pradesh's rural areas. Following his MBA, Mishra founded the Jan Samvad Foundation, a non-profit organisation with 800 members dedicated to assisting rural people. Mishra is dedicated to making the world a better place through both organisations.
Nature, according to Pankaj Mishra, is the reason for human being's existence. It is our job to ensure that it is preserved and protected. Nature's balance is essential to all living things and all types of climates. Our environment will be good and safe for all if we take care of our surroundings and maintain a healthy balance.
Pankaj Mishra and his team of 15,000 volunteers from the Saving Nature Welfare and Charitable Trust have so far planted thousands of trees around the country. His goal is to inspire more people to care for the environment, plant trees, and keep the environment clean. He wants to make the world a better place for everyone by making it greener and safer.
During the monsoon, Pankaj Mishra concentrated on planting seedlings in rural regions. After a few months, he decided to plant trees in cities as well to make Uttar Pradesh a more environmentally friendly state. He also began to educate people about the value of trees and why they are essential for the existence of all living things.
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