World Environment Day is set apart on June 5 every year. Connecting with nature is the theme for World Environment Day 2017.
India apparently lost 40 for every penny of its forest cover between 1880 to 2013. World Environment Day is the opportune time to reaffirm our responsibility regarding ensuring our condition and sustaining a superior planet.
The country’s capital, New Delhi, had confronted a huge natural emergency a year ago. Covered in exhaust smog, the city reached a virtual stop as individuals grumbled of rashes and breathing issues.
As it may be, Delhi is one of the world’s most contaminated urban communities because of street clean and vehicular exhaust and the sparklers appeared to fix the noose on Delhi’s environment.
Bangalore recently witnessed a toxic white foam that emerged out of its lakes. Foam from Bellandur lake and Yemlur lake had overflowed onto the street as well.
The environment like this makes us worry about the safety and security of our loved ones. And the sad part is, there is no getting away with it. The air and water at our very own houses are polluted enough to harm our health. But with housing brands like Tata Value Homes, this burdens seems to be shifting off our shoulders.
Tata Value Homes as a brand have been always a friend of the environment. Most of the projects that they have developed are IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) certified which already ensure energy and water savings of more than 20% in the projects. The solar charging technologies used significantly reduces the carbon footprint and ensure that the projects move towards renewable sources of energy.
[highlight color=”blue”]Tata Value Homes[/highlight] as a brand has always been a staunch supporter of connecting people to nature by providing greener, cleaner projects. Most of the projects have gardens, natural energy sources, proper waste disposal system for cleaner environment and air. Landscaped gardens in most of our projects along with health options like jogging tracks, bicycling tracks, we always promote people to move out of their homes and relax and enjoy in a cleaner environment.
With this year’s theme of “Connecting with nature”, Tata Value Homes urges us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and to think about how we are part of nature and how intimately we depend on it. It challenges us to find fun and exciting ways to experience and cherish this vital relationship.
Nature’s gifts are often hard to value in monetary terms. Like clean air, they are often taken for granted, at least until they become scarce. However, economists are developing ways to measure the multi-trillion-dollar worth of many so-called ‘ecosystem services’, from insects pollinating fruit trees to the leisure, health and spiritual benefits of a hike up a valley.
Over the past year, they have engaged in various cleanliness drives as well to beautify the outdoors.