Friday, September 17, 2021


The role of trees in preventing environmental pollution is important

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Update: Friday, September 17, 2021


The role of trees in preventing environmental pollution is important

The leaders present at the tree planting program organized by Drug Free Bangladesh (MMBGC) said that the balance of the environment is being disturbed due to the lack of greenery in the country, which has led to an increase in the incidence of various diseases including respiratory problems. Therefore, the countrymen should give importance to planned tree planting. Everyone should remember that the role of trees is important in preventing environmental pollution.

They said this at a tree planting program organized by MMBGC at Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital on Friday (September 18).

President of the organization HM Billal Hossain Raju presided over the function and Bangladesh National Awami Party-Bangladesh NAP Secretary General A. was present as the chief guest. Golam Mostafa Bhuiyan, inaugurated the chairman of the National Human Rights Association. Manzur Hossain Isa, Bangladesh Labor Party Chairman Hamdullah Al Mehedi was present as a special guest, politician Md. Kamal Bhuiyan, Habibur Rahman Habib, General Secretary Maruf Sarkar, Acting Organizing Secretary Md. Abdullah Al Mamun, Women’s Affairs Secretary Nasima Akter, Executive Member Tanvir Hossain and others.

The speakers said that the government, social organizations and the people should work together to increase public awareness for planting more and more trees. Although various public meetings, seminars and gatherings have been held around the world on environmental disasters, the developed and responsible states continue to repeat such incidents indiscriminately.

They demanded that the countries responsible for climate change provide international climate funds for the victims, saying that although all the countries of the world agreed to abide by the Montreal Protocol to protect the weight of the atmosphere on September 16, 1986, the developed countries are not implementing it. Developed states are responsible for the destruction of weight levels. Bangladesh entered into this agreement in 1990. This year’s theme is “Protect the Ozone Layer in Compliance with the Montreal Protocol, Build a Safe Food and a Cold World of Antidotes.” One of the two reasons for the destruction of the weight layer is natural, the other is man-made.

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