Photosynthesis is only long term solution of the Air Pollution : Peepal Baba

Peepal Baba said photosynthesis is important for pollution free environment in PR Society Delhi Chapter conference.

In PRS- Delhi Generation next Idea series volume 10, environmentalist Peepal baba said if we truly want to get rid of the pollution then we need a greenery revolution.

During winters in Delhi we see the major issue of smog and in response the government comes up with short turn solutions. In past years we have seen the odd-even scheme, which became very popular and this year people are encouraged to Switch off their engines on red light. Before Diwali National green tribunal (NGT) has ordered not to burst fire crackers. Right after the Diwali PR Society Delhi Generation next idea series volume 10 organized a conference to discuss upon the solution of rapidly increasing pollution. In this conference renowned environmentalist Peepal baba was invited as the chief guest. Significantly, this conference is organized by the PR society Delhi and renowned people from different backgrounds are invited to attend the conference. People from across the country from different backgrounds take part in this PR Society conference and learn about new things which are taking place in our country.

In times of corona Peepal baba planted many trees and provided proper water and natural fertilisers.

Right after the Diwali Delhi PR society organized the virtual conference which was focused on how we can increase the green spaces. The speaker of this conference was Mr Swami Prem Parivartan also known as Peepal baba. People from government, entrepreneurs, senior public relation professionals attended this conference and took active part in the discussion.

Being a part of the discussion people raised the question why winters are not cold as they used to be in the past? In reply peepal baba said, It is mainly because of the green spaces which are decreasing day by day and because of decreasing leaf count the carbon level is increasing rapidly.

The other reason for increasing temperature is because the rain pattern has changed in the past few years. If we take the example of Delhi NCR, Delhi NCR has lost its rain in past few years. After 2014 Delhi NCR only gets 7-8 times rain in a year which used to be around 100 times per year. The process of photosynthesis which plays an important part in rain and with the decreasing leaf count this process is affected badly. Apart from trees water also helps in absorption of carbon from the environment. Delhi used to have thousands of lakes but now only 3000 lakes are left which are not enough to absorb the carbon present in the environment. We need to regenerate those dead rivers by planting trees around them and in 2-3 years we can see the positive result.

If we really want to fix the issue of rain then we have to increase the green spaces at huge scale. If we don’t realise the seriousness of this issue now then it would be too late for use to fix it. If we pass the year 2026-2027 then we will not be able to fix the issue.

If anyone wants to create a jungle then how can they proceed with the process

In context to the increase of green spaces a young entrepreneur asked how we can monetize the land and make profits from it. This question made the peepal baba excited to know that young people are also interested in taking part in making more and more green spaces.

Firstly, you should get a barren land as barren lands are cheaper as compared to other or used land. Also, if you try to build a forest, farm or even try to do agriculture on the used land then you might not get any result in the process as used lands already have lots of chemical fertilizers.

According to Peepl Baba in future 2 kinds of people will survive one who has the land and another who lives near the water (lakes and rivers). If you have the land and you know how to use it properly you can make good profit from it. People with land can do organic farming and agriculture to increase green spaces. Give me trees' ultimate aim is to increase the leaf count in the environment by any means whether you plant a Peepal tree in the forest or you plant a money plant in your house it will contribute into the environment.

Peepal Baba is running "Hariyali Kranti '' campaign for increasing the leaf count in the country. In this campaign give me trees to celebrate the birthday of any personality as a greenery day. Number of planted trees on birthdays will be the number of birthdays e.g. 15 october of last month Naqvi ji's birthday celebrated as Greenery Day under greenery revolution 63 trees planted on Naqvi ji's 63rd birthday in Jaunapur of Delhi. Eminent campaign Strategist Badri is designing the strategies to spread this Hariyali campaign across the nation.

Tags assigned to this article:
Peepal Baba environment


Around The World


Peculiar PICA

The word “pica” comes from the Latin word for magpie, a bird known for its large and indiscriminate appetite of ingesting random items. ...

Tips on how to set and achieve fitness goals in 2021

While being practical with goals helps staying motivated, knowing yourself and achieving realistic targets directly boosts your self confidence....

Coping with the overwhelming stress caused by the work from home model for employees as well as business leaders

According to a YourDOST study, 58% of Indian working professionals report a significant rise in their stress levels during the pandemic due to a loss ...

Mental Health and the Road to Recovery

The anxiety of COVID itself is magnified for some depending on their circumstances. Some find themselves very isolated and lonely, while others are tr...

Is our struggle inevitable?

Most of us are deeply conditioned by the idea of struggle as a way of life. In fact, we are taught from childhood that only through struggle can one s...

How sportsmanship qualities can help build resilience and provide motivation to face any adversity

Often, when reading about highly motivational stories of grit and succeeding in the face of adversity, we come across stories of sportsmen who display...

Quick Connect With BW Wellness

Subscribe Our Newsletter