The environment club of your school organized a campaign to celebrate cracker free Diwali. Posters, placards and banners were prepared. Then a long march was organized to sensitize the masses. Using ideas from the unit Environment, write an email in about 120 words to your pen-friend, Saurabh/Shristi describing the efforts made by the students and staff of the school to make the campaign successful.
Class 10 Email sample
Date: May 4, 2020
Subject: How we celebrated a cracker free Diwali
My Dear Saurabh
I am sure you will be excited to hear about the cracker-free Diwali we celebrated in our school this year. I know you deeply care about the environment and that is why I decided to share this with you. Actually, the idea of celebrating Diwali without bursting crackers was put forward by our science teacher. As soon as she told us about this we realized that this was an opportunity for us to contribute our bit to clean up the air. To drive home the point we made posters, placards and banners. We also organized a march to make people in our neighbourhood aware of the harmful consequences of air and noise pollution. The primary theme of our campaign was the promotion of the idea of a Diwali without noisy crackers.
We also conducted a signature campaign involving hundreds of students and parents. We got them all to sign a letter that they would not burst crackers this Diwali. Overall, the campaign was quite successful and it was even featured in a few local newspapers.