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World Environment Day - 5 June 2020



World Environment Day has been celebrated since 1974 and is one of the most important international environmental events worldwide. Under the motto "Nature's Hour," this World Day calls on world leaders to put concern for nature at the heart of their actions and actions in the fight against climate change. Citizens, businesses, organizations, and governments around the world will celebrate the importance of preserving the health of people and the planet by protecting nature and its natural resources such as water, air, soil, and biodiversity.

This year, World Environment Day is being celebrated in the midst of a global emergency, COVID19, and Colombia, with the support of Germany, will be the global host of the celebrations.

There will also be a new World Environment Day ceremony in Bogota, Colombia, on the eve of the International Day for the Protection of Nature.

Since 1974, World Environment Day has been celebrated every year on 5 June and has become one of the most important environmental days in the world, celebrated by millions of people in more than 100 countries.


This year's theme "Biodiversity" provides an opportunity for action to address accelerating biodiversity loss and loss. This year, Colombia and Germany are the first countries to celebrate WED 2020 within the framework of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). World Environment Day 2020. It is an important step in tackling the global problem of accelerated species loss, degradation, and extinction caused by climate change.

Biodiversity plays an important role in maintaining the natural balance of life on Earth, including the diversity of plants, animals, fungi, insects, plants, and other life forms. As the material for World Environment Day, which calls for people to make time for ForNature, shows, healthy ecosystems rich in biodiversity are fundamental to human existence. World Environment Day invites us to reflect on how our economies have developed and their impact on the environment.
However, more than half of the world's plant, animal, fungal, insect, plant, and other organisms have been found to be at risk of extinction in recent decades. It is, therefore, necessary to call for biodiversity in order to combat the accelerating loss of species due to human activities such as deforestation, climate change, and pollution.


The main topic of this year's World Economic Forum is of particular importance to the world, because the COVID 19 virus pandemic, which has killed more than 1.5 million people worldwide, has put countless lives at risk. As nations around the world work to contain the COVID 19 pandemics, this year's World Environment Day focuses on the need to transform humanity's relationship with nature in order to preserve society and prevent future pandemic risks


World Environment Day, which is celebrated every year on 5 June, is the largest United Nations event dedicated to environmental action and the protection of the planet. Since it was first held in 1974, the event has become one of the world's most important environmental events with more than 1.5 million participants. The environment has always moved people, "said Dr. Kavita Krishnamurthy, executive director of the World Economic Forum.

Millions of people are displaced by disasters every year, and climate change is affecting migration patterns around the world, "she said. Even as we fight global pandemics, we encourage everyone to focus on climate change and biodiversity.

In a compelling video illustrating how nature can be protected from pandemics, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) stated that COVID 19 demonstrates the vulnerability of global systems to protect the environment, health, and the economy, with a series of compelling videos illustrating the importance of protecting biodiversity and the systems that support life. This year's World Environment Day will be celebrated on 5 June and celebrated around the world, involving governments, businesses, celebrities, and citizens in their efforts to focus on pressing environmental issues. The United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United Arab Emirates will celebrate World Environment Day by engaging governments, businesses, celebrities, and citizens to focus on climate change, biodiversity, human health, environmental protection, and other pressing environmental issues, as well as the government's role in the fight against global warming. In addition to the link between the health of the planet and human health, it stresses the need for global cooperation in protecting biodiversity - the system that supports life - as a key component of a healthy, sustainable and healthy environment.