The City Headlines
Ludhiana, November 6
EcoSikh, an organization that has been focusing on planting Guru Nanak Sacred forests in Punjab, with a mission of “save environment”, will present its action plan in Glasgow at the United Nations Climate Summit CoP26.
As per the reports, EcoSikh will address the global meeting by FaithInvest in Glasgow on November 7. EcoSikh’s Global President Dr. Rajwant Singh will showcase EcoSikh’s Sacred Forest initiative as an effective climate solution for ecological restoration. They will also offer collaboration with governmental organizations and faith groups with EcoSikh’s Sacred Forest Project.
Dr. Rajwant Singh said that this CoP26 has immense significance given the massive ecological crisis looming over the earth. Further, he said, “If the world does not take any action today, we may not have any chance to avert the disaster coming upon us.
Till now, Eco Sikh has planted 366 sacred forests. The 366th forest has been planted in the national capital New Delhi with 950 trees.
(Published by- Manav Bansal)