Mother Earth is the common name for the planet Earth in a number of countries and regions, reflecting the interdependence that exists between human, other living beings, and the planet that we all inhabit. International Mother Earth Day is intended to remind everyone that each of us owes our existence to our planet and its ecosystems.
The Earth and its ecosystems are our home, and to achieve an equitable balance between the economic, social and environmental needs of present and future generations, it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the planet Earth.
On this Day, we must recognize our collective responsibility, as noted in the 1992 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, to live and act in harmony with nature so that our activities in the economic, social and environmental spheres do not damage nature and ensure the preservation of the earth for future generations.
International Mother Earth Day gives us the opportunity to learn about the difficult challenges facing humanity to save the planet. <
MOTHER-EARTH AND ENSURING EDUCATION AND COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change is one of the biggest threats to sustainable development in the world and is one of the many problems caused by the unsustainable actions of humanity, which has direct consequences for future generations.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement promote international cooperation between the parties in the areas of education, training, awareness raising, citizen participation and public access to information.
On this day, the Thematic Dialogue of the General Assembly on Harmony with Nature will be held in the ECOSOC hall. Participants will discuss issues of providing inclusive, equitable and quality education with regard to taking urgent measures to combat climate change and its consequences, as well as encouraging citizens and society to review their ways of interacting with the natural world in the context of sustainable development, poverty eradication and equity. in the field of climate, in order to ensure adequate and equal access to information for the benefit of sustainable development and lifestyle in harmony with nature.
MEASURES FOR COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE
Expressing support for the most ambitious initiatives, and emphasizing the need to accelerate actions aimed at implementing the Paris Agreement, on September 23, 2019, the Secretary-General will hold a Summit on Climate Change Measures, which is expected to take on the “climate challenge”.