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When is the World Environment Day

When is the World Environment Day

The World Environment Day ( WED) is an annual activity, which seeks to be the most influential environmental protection day with the most participants around the world.

The World Environment Day was firstly established by the United Nations General Assembly in the year of 1972 to tap thier potential of acquiring the knowledge with relevant fields and to motivate people to have more care about the global environment, such as encouraging people to focus on politics and to have individual activities.

By establing the WED, the UN Environment Programme has made these environmental problems appealing to every individuals. It has let everyone become aware of the responsibility for thier own and it also proves that everyone can be the promotor of making sustainable development for the mankind.

Meanwhile, the World Environment Day is also one of the main means of promoting the the environmental protection awareness for both the individuals and the government.

The first World Environment Day was on 1973. World Environment Day is hosted every year by a different city with a different theme and is commemorated with an international exposition in the week of 5 June. World Environment Day is in spring in the Northern Hemisphere and fall in the Southern Hemisphere.

Now many people may ask , when is the World Environment Day ( WED ). The answer is June 5th in each year.

Topic of the World Environment Day in 2009 :Your Planet Needs You-UNite to Combat Climate Change
Topic of the World Environment Day in 2010 :MANYSPECIES•ONEPLANET•ONEFUTURE
Topic of the World Environment Day in 2011 :Nature at Your Service

The topic in this year, 2012, for the World Environment Day is : Green Economy: Does it include you?

the logo of 2012 World Environment Day

The UN Environment Programme defines the Green Economy as one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly alleviating environmental risks and ecological scarcities. For a simple expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive.

What we can say is that a Green Economy is one whose growth in income and employment is driven by public and private investments that reduce carbon emissions and pollution, enhance energy and resource efficiency, and prevent the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services.

This typical topic or put it in another way of thinking, a deep and thorough question for every one of us, for protecting the environment, saving the water, gas saving, electricity saving, etc, do not functions with a typical group of enthusiastic volunteers, it does means that this meaningful activity includes every individuals, by asking ourselves how much have we done truly for our mother planet, we may go farther in the protection.

Low carbon life, what to do with clothing

energy saving washing machine

1, do not buy additional clothes, for during the process of producing the clothes, transportation, and reproduction requires a large amount of energy, meanwhile it may produce wasted gas, water and other pollutions. On the basis of basic daily necessities, if every one unnecessary clothe may save 2.5 kg of stander coal, which equals to about 6.4 kg of CO2.

2. Choosing natural fabric clothing. Low-carbon denotes the low index of carbon emissions, which can be acted as a criterion to measure the maximum use age for the clothes according to the total amount of carbon emissions. Natural fabric clothing can be a healthy and functional choice.

3. Washing one clothe manually per month. With the development of our living standards, washing machines have already become our best tool for washing clothe, while we still can reduce the waste of electricity and water. It is estimated that if we wash clothe once per month, every washing machine may save up to about 1.4 kg of standard coal, which is about 3.6kg of CO2.

4.making the clothes be natural drying. If it is not that needy to wear the clothes, we can make them naturally dry instead of turn on your washing machine. In this case, it may reduce 2.3 kg of CO2 emissions.

5. Saving 1 kg of washing powder. Washing powder is our daily necessity, while it may be wasted often in our daily lives. If properly used, 0.28 kg of CO2 may be reduced.

6. Choosing a energy saving washing machine. For a energy saving washing machine may save relatively 50% of the electricity and 60 % of the water compared with the ordinary one. That’s a ideal way of both saving your money and living in an eco-friendly way.

This stat may not be directly functional at sight, but Dale thinks it must be a pretty good way for our life in a long run.