Photo comp: Mrinaal Deep Joshi, Nepal
Mrinaal Deep Joshi
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Favourite memory of the Award:
Favorite memory of this award was I was able to help people in the need in the Covid pandemic situation and keep the surrounding clean.
Biggest challenge from doing the Award:
I had to distant myself from people because it was covid time and I also couldn't risk touching the garbage and plastic. I had to sanitize my hands over and over again. I had to take a major risk while doing this but for the betterment of environment and community I kept on cleaning.
Have you continued any of your Award activities? If so, what:
Yes I have continued photography, cycling, swimming and cooking.
Tell us the story behind your photo:
Noticing that litter is a problem is the first step in taking action to create a cleaner, more sustainable planet. Having a clean, healthy neighborhood benefits all members of the community. We are spending more time outdoors enjoying our natural surroundings. Unfortunately, some areas are in need of some cleanup and checking. Tidying up our neighborhood can have a big impact on the community, as well as the environment. Litter can disrupt the ecosystem of our environment because it can attract many different rodents, and can carry harmful diseases. This can become harmful to animals or children, who might pick up dirty trash, step on it, or even ingest it. I choose to do this activity as a sense of responsibility towards the environment People are suffering because of the environment condition. Due to this we all people need to feel responsible. It also made me active at times like Covid. My story's aim and motive was to spread awareness that we all are here to create a better future. Doing this I have learned many different skills and lessons.
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