Friday, April 22, 2011

Inspiring Action

Friday, July 9, 2010

saving the planet.............ONE JOKE AT A TIME !!!!

Friday, June 4, 2010

तभी होगा अपना पर्यावरण बेहतर

तभी होगा अपना पर्यावरण बेहतर
हमारा पर्यावरण कैसा है? क्या हमने कभी इस बारे में गौर किया? क्या हम उसे अच्छा बनाने के लिए अपनी तरफ से कुछ करते हैं? ५ जून को पर्यावरण दिवस पर बड़ी बातें भले ही मत सोचो पर अपने मुहल्ले, अपने आसपास और अपने घर के पर्यावरण के बारे में विचार करना चाहिए। पर्यावरण के बारे में सोचते हुए इतने तक ही मत सोचना कि पेड़, पानी और मिट्टी ठीक रहे तो पर्यावरण ठीक हो जाएगा। 

आप भी पर्यावरण का ही हिस्सा हैं। इसलिए आपका व्यवहार लगातार अच्छा बने इसके लिए भी कोशिश करते रहना। तभी पूरा पर्यावरण बेहतर बनेगा। इस बार अपने पर्यावरण को बेहतर बनाने के लिए कोई छोटा काम जरूर करना। पिछले पर्यावरण दिवस पर जैसा कि हमने कहा था कि कोशिश करो अपने आसपास एक पौधा लगाने की। जिन्होंने पिछली बार बात मानी होगी और अपने पौधे का खयाल भी रखा होगा उनका पौधा इस पर्यावरण दिवस पर दूसरे साल में जाएगा। जिन्होंने पिछली बार पौधा नहीं लगाया वे इस बार पौधा लगा सकते हैं

Thursday, May 13, 2010

ग्लोबल वार्मिंग का बढ़ता खतरा ...

उफ्फ! यह गर्मी, और यह धूप
न दिखे हरी घास का कोई तिनका
पंछी ने भी आमबर से मुह मोड़ लिया
न गूँजे मधूर संगीत, न दिखती तितलिय
उठे जब सुबहा तो
वो सूरज के पहेली किरण
शीतल शीतल हवाए
मधाम उज्यले को चीरती आई
वोही सूरज के किरण ए
जान लेने को आती है
सुबहा शाम जो प्यास बुझाए
गर्मी के दुपहरी में
बूँद बूँद को तरसती है
पीले पड़े पेधो के पत्ते
अब तो आखरी भी झढ़ राहा है
नही हरी शाखाओ की उमीद
कतरा कतरा भूमि फॅट रही ह
कही कोई किसान दिखता है
मज़दूरी और सिर्फ़ पसीना
जलती गर्मी में लहराते
और खून से सिचे गये वो
खेत नज़र आते है
तरसते है पानी नही
बंजर गाओं नज़र आते है
महेलो में बैठे है वो सेठ
ग़रीब के अस्क पीते नज़र आते 

Sunday, April 11, 2010

save our TIGERS......!!!

No time for silence is time to say
something to stop the smuggling of animals,
only 1411 are left lion
king of the forest Come Save
Keep it in the forest
do not make it man-eating
, run the sound come ....

Your bit To do Save tiger,
Spread the Word

'Can you help me find my mother, she has left me alone for hunting'-says a two months old cub. He is hungry, scared to make a loud roar and helpless to search his mother. He is trembling with fear and begging to save him out from becoming an orphan.' This is the cry of every cub!

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Friday, March 26, 2010

save our rainforests..

1. Use less paper.

Since most paper comes from trees, using less paper can help save the rainforests. Use recycled 100% post-consumer waste (PCW) paper whenever possible. Better yet, use tree-free paper. Tree-free paper uses no trees--it is made from plants like kenaf, or from farmers' leftovers like corn stalks and wheat straw. If paper is 100% PCW or tree-free, it will say so on the package. If it doesn't say "recycled" or "tree-free" that means it most likely isn't. You can ask your stationery store to carry tree-free paper, or call Vision Paper at (505) 294-0293 to find out where to get tree-free paper in your area. Remember to save paper by writing on both sides of the sheet, and by using half-sheets and scratch paper whenever you can. And remember to always recycle.

Another way to use less paper is to use a lunch pail or canvas sack for your school lunches, and take a canvas bag to the grocery store instead of using a paper or plastic bag. Use cloth napkins at home and at school instead of paper napkins, and use cloth towels to dry your hands or wipe up spills instead of paper towels. If you must use paper napkins or towels, use only one at a time instead of grabbing a handful.

2. Use less gasoline and plastic.

Gasoline and plastic are two things that are made from petroleum, or oil. A lot of oil comes from the rainforests through a process called extraction. Since oil extraction is very harmful to the rainforests, using less oil products can help save the rainforests. Instead of using gasoline to drive somewhere in a car, ride your bike, walk, carpool, or take the bus whenever possible. Also make sure your family's car tires are inflated properly since low air in tires uses more gas than is necessary.

Reduce the amount of plastic you use by choosing glass bottles and containers whenever possible and by re-using the plastic containers and bottles that you already have. If you have a plastic water bottle, do not throw it out and buy a new one. Instead, rinse it thoroughly and refill it again and again.

3. Eat less red meat.

One big reason rainforests are being destroyed is for beef. Millions of acres of rainforest are slashed and burned, which means that the land is set on fire in order to clear it. The cleared land is then turned into grass pastures for cows. These cows get butchered and are often sent to the United States to be put into fast-food hamburgers, frozen meat products, and canned pet food. For every quarter-pound fast-food hamburger that comes from the rainforest, 55 square feet of rainforest is destroyed. That is the size of a small kitchen! And that's just for one hamburger!

When ordering food at restaurants, find items on the menu that do not contain beef. Ask your parents to help you create a list of healthy foods that you can eat at home that do not contain beef. When choosing pet food for your dog or cat, choose a flavor that isn't beef. By reducing the amount of beef you choose to eat, you are doing a lot to help save the rainforests!

4. Fundraise for the rainforest!

Raising money to help protect rainforest land is easy and important. You can join together with kids from your classroom or neighborhood to hold a popcorn or lemonade sale, a car wash, a rainforest play, a rummage sale, or to collect aluminum cans to recycle for cash. Another way to raise money for the rainforests is to just ask 5 or 10 people you know if they will give one dollar for the rainforests. If ten of you each ask five people for one dollar, you've just raised 50 dollars! Write to Rainforest Action Network for other ideas on how to fundraise for the rainforest.

The money you collect can go to Rainforest Action Network's Protect-An-Acre program. This is a program that gives money to the native people that live in the rainforest so they can protect the land they live on. Since they've lived in the rainforest for thousands of years, they care very much about their rainforest home, and want to protect it from destruction.

For every $25 or more Protect-An-Acre donation, you will receive a Protect-An-Acre certificate thanking you for helping protect rainforest land. Send donations to: RAN Protect-An-Acre, 221 Pine St. #500, San Francisco, CA 94104. Remember to include your name and address so we can thank you!

5. Write a letter.

Writing letters to the presidents of companies, or corporations, that destroy the rainforest is a very powerful thing to do. Unfortunately, there are many corporations that destroy the rainforest by logging the trees, drilling for oil, or using rainforest beef in their products. The RAN Kids' Corner always has ideas for a company to write, just see the Action Alert section. Tell the company that you care about the people and animals that live in the rainforests. See some letters that kids have written.

6. Educate yourself and others.

Rainforests are magical places that are important to every living thing on earth. Whether we live in the city, country, mountains, or deserts, rainforests affect all of us. Learn more about the rainforests and why they are so magical and important. Keep checking out our website to get more information, or go to your local library for books on the rainforest. Check out our fact sheets. Tell your friends and family what you have learned about the rainforests and encourage them to join you in helping save them.

7. Keep in touch with RAN!

Sign up to receive emails from RAN about how you can join other kids in the fight to save our rainforest