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World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought observed on June 17

Posted on:17 Jun 2019 14:26:30
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought observed on June 17
17 June 2019 Current Affairs: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought day is observed every year on June 17
The theme for this year is Let's grow the future together.
Aim: To promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification. 
Land degradation neutrality is achieved through problem-solving, strong community involvement and cooperation at all levels.  
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres land degradation and drought are major threats affecting millions of people worldwide, particularly women and children. 
Every year, the world loses 24 billion tons of fertile soil and dryland degradation reduces national domestic product in developing countries by up to 8 per cent annually.
Protecting and restoring land and better using it can reduce forced migration, improve food security and spur economic growth. 
They can also help to address the global climate emergency. 
To recognize the imperative of combating desertification as part of the efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

About Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change
Formed: 1985
Headquarters: New Delhi
Annual budget: ₹2,675.42 crore 
Minister responsible: Prakash Javadekar
 
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought day is observed every year on June 17
The theme for this year is Let's grow the future together.
Aim: To promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification. 
Land degradation neutrality is achieved through problem-solving, strong community involvement and cooperation at all levels.  
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres land degradation and drought are major threats affecting millions of people worldwide, particularly women and children. 
Every year, the world loses 24 billion tons of fertile soil and dryland degradation reduces national domestic product in developing countries by up to 8 per cent annually.
Protecting and restoring land and better using it can reduce forced migration, improve food security and spur economic growth. 
They can also help to address the global climate emergency. 
To recognize the imperative of combating desertification as part of the efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

About Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change
Formed: 1985
Headquarters: New Delhi
Annual budget: ₹2,675.42 crore 
Minister responsible: Prakash Javadekar
 

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