Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen K T Parnaik on Thursday urged people to adopt environment-friendly practices and healthy lifestyles to save energy and water.
He participated in the ‘Mission LIFE: Lifestyle for Environment’, a mass mobilisation programme at Raj Bhavan here.
He also emphasised on the need to come together and take ‘Lifestyle for Environment’ forward as a campaign.
Parnaik appealed to people to reduce single-use plastic and adopt a sustainable food system.
The governor also urged them to become ‘pro planet people’ so that they can ensure a safe and sustainable future for the generation to come.
Parnaik also administered the ‘Lifestyle for Environment’ pledge to the participants on the occasion, a Raj Bhawan communiqu said.
The governor, while stressing on cleanliness, focused on reduce, reuse and recycle’ practices by every citizen.
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He also suggested the use of public transport, CNG and electric vehicles, solar appliances and biogas to prevent air pollution.
Parnaik said that environment today is a “great concern for all”, and every individual must take steps to preserve and protect natural resources.
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