“Climate Change is a man-made disaster and one of the biggest crises Humanity has ever faced.” The world is worried about what can happen due to continuous climate change. The List is never-ending with Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala joining the list as well. The Deputy Chief Minister on Saturday urged the Ministry of Human Resource Development to include compulsory classes on Climate Change and sustainability as subjects in the educational curriculum.
He said, “Keeping in view the fact that climate change is one of the major challenges being faced by developing countries including us, which has a severe impact on the health of every citizen, therefore climate change and sustainability classes as a pan of the curriculum in education policy should be introduced throughout the country.”
He gave an example of Italy as being the first country in the world to have introduced a curriculum on ‘Climate Change and Sustainability’ as a part of its compulsory classes. He also raised the issue of the increased “Air Pollution” in the country’s capital and the NCR region, which had converted the whole region into a gas Chamber.
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