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Every five seconds, the equivalent of one football pitch of soil is eroded. Yet, it takes 1,000 years to generate 3 centimetres of topsoil.
Trees in urban areas can cool the air by up to 5°C, reducing air conditioning needs by 25 per cent.
Lakes, rivers and wetlands hold 20–30 per cent of global carbon despite occupying only 5–8 per cent of its land surface.

Get ready to unleash your inner Guardian and become a Change Maker for our planet! As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day, let’s dive into some exciting ways you can volunteer and make a meaningful impact on our environment.

Tree Planting Campaigns: Join local organisations or community groups involved in tree planting initiatives. Get your hands dirty and contribute to increasing green cover, improving air quality, and enhancing biodiversity.

Clean-up Drives: Organise or participate in clean-up drives in your neighbourhood, local parks, or beaches. Help ensure our natural spaces stay pristine.

Wildlife Conservation: Volunteer at wildlife sanctuaries or rehabilitation centres, assisting conservation efforts. Protecting our precious wildlife is crucial for maintaining the balance of ecosystems.

Policy Advocacy: Join environmental advocacy groups and use your voice to influence policies that impact the environment.

There are so many ways to help the environment. Remember, every small action counts, and together, we can make a big difference. So, pick a cause that resonates with you, join with fellow Guardians, and let’s create a sustainable and thriving planet for future generations.
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