Small steps taken, result in giant walks.
On the felicitous occasion of the World Environment Day, the Interact Club of Royal Global School has taken an initiative to plant saplings, as a token of our love. And this gives me immense pleasure and pride to announce that our project for the World Environment Day has turned out to be a grand success. Today has been a major triumph, a day of sensational victory for the interact Club. We couldn't be more proud to announce that on a rough count, over 70 saplings have been planted.
Knowing trees, We understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, We understand the meaning of persistence. We Knowing trees, We understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, We understand the meaning of persistence. We pledge to do this every year with increasing participation successively. This has fueled us to do more and we are one step closer to our goals.
On this auspicious day of World Environment Day, The Interact Club of RGS welcomed its students to a prestigious webinar.
“If conservation of natural resources goes wrong, nothing else will go right.”
The Interact Club welcomed Sir Anthony Peniston of Stockholm, a dedicated and effective wildlife conservationist.
Sir Anthony Peniston, is a dedicated and an effective wildlife conservationist. He currently runs the “LionWatch Project” in South Africa, motive being to save Lions from canned hunting industry and finding responsible, ethical methods to stop canned hunting and trading industry. He is based in Limpopo, on the boundaries of Botswana. He started his conservation skills first by saving Cheetas and later on Lions, who were held captive. He is against all taming of wildlife species and is truly an inspiration to all of us.