In 1972, in accordance with the decision of the UN Conference in Stockholm, June 5 was declared “World Environment Day.”Today, nearly six million hectares of land are desertified every year, about 60,000 plant species and more than 7,000 animal species are on the verge of extinction, and growing water demand is growing due to population growth and new land development. is a sign that he has not lost his meaningAt least 5 and a half million people die every year on the planet due to diseases caused by environmental pollution.
It is expected that by 2050 this number will exceed 6 million. A report published by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer says air pollution is the leading cause of cancer. “The time has come to realize that the air on our planet belongs to all people. We must understand our responsibility to maintain clean air, ”said Dana Loomis of the International Agency for Research on Cancer.