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A message from HRO chairman Tameem- Raise your voice against Air Pollution

June 05 2014, – Speaking on this occasion of United Nations world environment day at Hyderabad press club Mr. Tameem Chairman of Human Rights Observers said in urban areas 70% pollution is caused by increasing number of vehicles. He disclosed that a survey conducted by HRO revealed that in India over 7.27 lakh persons die due to diseases caused by air pollution. Air pollution is the world’s largest single environmental health hazard. By reducing air pollution millions of lives could be saved world over, he said. Human Rights Observers has focused on how to improve the quality of air and effluent & solid waste management in Industries and Hospitals. HRO has initiated several workshops to fight the air pollution in Hyderabad.

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Sri M. Jagdeeshwar IAS Transport commissioner of Telangana has said that the major cause of the Air pollution in the urban areas is the increasing number of vehicle and due to which the citizen particularly the aged and the children are becoming victims of various diseases. He said that there are 74 lakhs vehicles in Telangana state out of which 54 lakhs are two wheelers. He advised the vehicle owners to pay attention on regular maintenance of their vehicles. He said that the people’s awareness program should be launched from the NGOs against the Air pollution.

Justice A. Lakshman Rao former chief Justice lamented on increasing pollution and said that due to this menace the people have to suffer fatal diseases like Diabetis, BP and heart diseases etc even in small age of 40. No item of human consumption is free from pollution.


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Remarks by Tameem on World Environment day

Jun 05 2013 – Tameem spoke about the start of Industrial revolution in the middle of 19 century, carbon dioxide emissions in our atmosphere have increased steadily and dramatically, this increase in CO2 from roughly 280 parts per million (ppm) prior to the industrial revolution to about 392 ppm today is having a dramatic impact on our climate.

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Tameem also spoke about anti-food waste campaign this year’s world environment day aim to reduce foodprint by become more aware of the environmental impact of food waste and loss across the food supply chain according to the UNEP.

Tamem highlighted shocking figures of world hungry children, according to the UN food and agriculture organization (FAO), every year 1.3 billion of food is wasted. This is equivalent to the same amount produced in the whole sub-Saharan Africa. At the same time 1 in every 7 people in the world go to bed hungry and more than 20,000 children under the age of 5 die daily from hunger.

The clear message of world environment day is that everyone has a duty to push for an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your foodprint and hopefully the world leaders at Mongolia will take this forward.

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Message on World Environment Day from Human Rights Observers chief M Tameem

Jun 05 2012, – While addressing the crowd Tameem said it is an important annual environmental event for expressing our national and moral commitment towards maintaining our natural resources. By celebrating this occasion, we renew our determination to exert more efforts towards protecting our environment and achieving sustainable development goals.

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Tameem said by celebrating this occasion, Human Rights Observers have effectively drawn attention towards environmental issues in India and successfully raised the level of environmental awareness among individuals and various community groups as well as improved our behaviour towards environmental resources. Human Rights Observers efforts are clearly manifested in the increased community participation in environmental activities and events held on this occasion. The keenness of HRO activists and other institutions from the public and private sectors and public interest organizations to take advantage of this opportunity to reaffirm their commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development goals.

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