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May 30, 2019 Thursday 11:43:23 AM IST

Air Pollution Theme for World Environment Day, June 5-Song Hava Aane De Released

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Air Pollution is the accepted theme of UNEP for the World Environment Day on June 5. The India Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MEFCC) has released a theme song 'Hava De'(Let in Air) in New Delhi. The song is a call to action for all to come together to combat the environmental challenges of our time, urging each one of us to explore green technologies and measures to improve the quality of air, make our cities less polluted.The theme song is written by Shri Swanand Kirkire and sung by Shri Shantanu Mukherjee, Kapil Sharma, Sunidhi Chauhan and Shankar Mahadevan.  The film has been directed by Shri Romanchak Arora. The celebrations on June 5 will be marked by film competition on environment, release of books, thematic sessions on air pollution, waste management and forests: the Green Lungs of Cities.

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