Every Day is the Environment day
Every Day is the Environment day by Indraani Singh
Many of our Indian Rural communities have inspired many of us to practice life where Nature is not harmed. Poor communities recycle their clothes, and many restitch them into bags to carry their daily essentials. Therefore, they recycled and reused without realising “How they were helping the mother nature”. They considered this as leading a life of being poor. Their Farmland did not get chemical fertiliser, and their animals kept their ecosystem safe with their grazing.
Years of such living kept many of our villages safe. Such practices are considered simple living and come back to our educated urban communities as a lesson. There is an overall urge to recycle as much as possible, Plant more, and eat homegrown vegetables. Literacy India and Indha teach our beneficiaries of this generation to go back to simple, natural ways.
Indha waste paper recycling Unit makes paper for its own organisation consumption. It engages with companies to use recycled handmade paper for their workplaces. Also, it promotes the same for the livelihood of many women.