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Only one Earth

"In the universe are billions of galaxies,

In our galaxy are billions of planets,

But there is #OnlyOneEarth.

Let’s take care of it, friends!"

Let's Face It

Earth faces a triple planetary emergency, and we need to act now! The temperature is heating up too fast for people and nature to adapt; habitat loss and other pressures mean an estimated 1 million species are threatened with dying; pollution continues to poison our air, land, and water. Even our soil is not going to be able to feed us all in another 50 years the way food scarcity is growing, thanks to our unsustainable patterns of farming and industrial growth.

The only way out of this dilemma, as it seems, is to change our economies and societies to make them inclusive, fair, and more connected with nature. We must shift from damaging the planet to healing it. The good news here is, that the solutions and the technology already exist and are increasingly reasonable.

Through #OnlyOneEarth campaign, Eco Paryavaran stands united with United Nations on this World Environment Day 2022, and every single day of the calendar. Together, we call for collective, transformative movement on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet.

What is World Environment Day?

Led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and held annually on 5 June since 1973, World Environment Day is the most extensive global platform for environmental public outreach and is celebrated by millions of people across the world. This year it is hosted by Sweden.

Where did #OnlyOneEarth come from?

“Only One Earth” was the slogan for the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, held in Stockholm in 1972. This put sustainable growth on the global agenda and led to the establishment of World Environment Day. Fifty years later, Sweden is hosting Stockholm+50 from 2 to 3 June, and World Environment Day on 5 June.

Time is running out

Nature is in emergency mode. To keep global warming below 1.5°C this century, we must halve annual greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Without action, exposure to air pollution beyond safe guidelines will increase by 50 percent within the decade and plastic garbage flowing into aquatic ecosystems will nearly triple by 2040.

We need urgent action to address these pressing issues, making “Only One Earth” and its focus on living sustainably in harmony with nature, as pertinent as ever.

Choosing sustainable living as our default option

Truly transformative opportunities for sustainability need to be available, reasonable, and pleasing for people to make better daily decisions. Key areas for transformation include how we build and live in our houses, cities, and places of work and worship, how and where our money is invested, and what we do for enjoyment. But others of greater magnitude also include energy, production systems, global trade, and transport systems, and protection of biodiversity.

Many of these chances can only be created by larger entities: national and sub-national governments, financial institutions, businesses, international organizations, and other organizations with the power to rewrite the rules, frame our ambition, and open up new horizons.

Nevertheless, individuals and civil society are pivotal advocates, awareness-raisers, and partners. The more we raise our voices, emphasize what needs to be done and point out who is responsible, the faster change will come.

By supporting World Environment Day 2022 and the #OnlyOneEarth campaign, you can help ensure this unique and lovely planet remains a comfortable home for society. Please share this message as much as possible, and help our team in creating a greener tomorrow for you and your loved ones!