Randeep Hooda, CMS Ambassador for Migratory species have today spoken about World Environment day. “Hi everyone, Today is world environment day which is being celebrated across the world on 5th of june under the theme, it’s time for nature. Earlier this year, India hosted CMS COP 13 in Gandhinagar.A major UN wildlife conference in which international community committed to protect some of our more iconic and endangered species namely asian elephant, great indian bustard, Ganges River Dolphin. Under the UN convention of migratory species, countries agreed to start urgent conservation measures to prevent these remarkable species from going extinct. The natural world is facing unprecedented challenges for disappearing rivers and oceans, are being polluted, or over fished. Climate changes has been destroying our lively hoods and our national treasures and wildlife are driven to extinction. The widespread destruction of national habitats across the world is threatening the very web of life that we all depend on. We must recognize migratory animals are wider part of this web of life essential for sustaining life on earth. Throughout their cycles and migratory ranges, migratory animals depend on a functioning network of connected habitats across countries and continents to breath, breed and rest. They also help maintain the web of life. It is time to recommit to nature and take better care of the planet and its wild life including the unique migratory animals that roam across our beautiful planet.we have to see more of these species in the sky, on the ground and in the water. It’s time for Nature. Thank you! wish you all a very happy world environment day! God Bless” check out the video
Randeep Hooda was last seen in Love Aaj Kal 2, which was a failure at the box office and an English film titled ‘Extraction’. He will be next seen in Radhe, directed by Prabhu Deva and Produced by Salman, Sohail and Atul Agnihotri. This film stars, Salman Khan, Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff. It is said to be a remake of south korean film.