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Kailasa’s Humanitarian Response to Environmental Protection

It is expected that the Sustainable Development Goal for an ambiance to maintain the conditions under which Humans, Animals and Nature can coexist in harmony, will shape the actions taken by governments in the future. To propose long-term environmental strategies for achieving sustainable development by 2030 and beyond for the  protection of multifarious flora and the planet.

We live in an era in the history of nations when there is greater need than ever for co-ordinated political action and responsibility, in achieving the SDGs for a better future. The SDG framework provides a helpful point of reference to demonstrate, but the action taken towards the integration and mainstreaming of biodiversity conservation, ecological restoration of degraded ecosystems and plant protection selectively for the successful furtherance to achieve the sustainability on the planet is not parallel with the speed to reach the 2030 agenda.

The international humanitarian agency GREEN OM will branch out to persuade nations of the need to return to multilateralism for the conjunction to overcome the challenge to reconstruct an efficient and effective method to integrate  plant conservation at the national level.

The environment, lands, forests are part of our lives and are equally engaged in our ambitions, needs and actions. Due to the wavered attention given to our planet, there are places with tireless pressure on lands, waters, forests and natural resources. The downward spiral in the environment degradation, the fundamental roots for a sustainable planet and living became unstable.

The first and foremost goal of the International Humanitarian Agency GREEN OM who’s wellbeing is the ultimate goal for a healthy life enhancing environment, with efficient ecological preservation and Biodiversity conservation.

OBJECTIVES

The GREEN OM is striving to accomplish

  • Making vertical space  available for the vertical gardens. This method increases the carbon capture and better climate change adaptation.
  • Following a strict Vegetarian diet to prevent the environment degradation and contributions to global warming,
  • Adapting to the innovative concept of Self Sufficient vegetable garden which promotes higher yields in smaller plots.
  • Incorporating the Sustainable Agriculture method for the enhancement of environmental quality and the resource base on which agriculture depends.
  • Which in return provides for basic necessities of food and fibre; which is economically viable; and further enhances the quality of life for farmers and society as a whole.
  • To educate the people about the linkages between  forestry, biodiversity, and development / poverty reduction.
  • Developing countries to harmonize implementation activities between various international commitments which all address forests, lands, waters and environment to implement these policies on the ground.
  • Adapting to the the science of Power manifestation for the manifestation of rain  anytime desired for sustainable agriculture

PREVALENCE AND RELEVANCE

Forests are the home to millions of species providing humanity with all of nature’s bare necessities. The integration of environment and development concerns and greater attention to detail for them will lead to the fulfilment of basic needs, improved living standards for all, better protected and managed ecosystems and a safer, more prosperous future.

Coming together as a  nation the goal can be achieved for sustainable development, preparing the world for the challenges of the next century. It reflects a global consensus and political commitment at the highest level of development and environment cooperation.

The GREEN OM is working towards the  contribution towards a sustainable development of the environment for the next generation. Highlighting the vision of enhanced clarity generating support in the future through plant conservation, biodiversity preservation and protecting the forests and lands.  The unprecedented pace of exploitation of nature by humans has led to mountainous biodiversity loss and a worsening climate crisis. It is also a threat to human health, as highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The UN world wildlife report  states ,’ wildlife crime to be a business that is global; lucrative, with high demand driving high prices; and extremely widespread. Nearly 6,000 different species of fauna and flora have been seized between 1999 and 2018, with nearly every country in the world playing a role in the illicit wildlife trade.’  Forest conservation is essential to wildlife protection.

Forests and lands harbour two thirds of all terrestrial animal and plant species. They provide us with essentials, oxygen, shelter, recreation, and spiritual sustenance. The biodiversity of forests incentivizes the mobilization and furtherance of a normal and a whole functioning of the ecosystem. Promoting ways to coexist with the forest biodiversity in a sustainable way and it is the paramount goal for the International Humanitarian Agency GREEN OM to work towards for a blissful ecosystem.

POLICY

The GREEN OM shall endeavour to make any decision on an action or determination under the direction of Veda-Agama principle, specifically Kamika Agama, Purva Pada with integrity, which shall be deemed to exist where no Committee member objects to the proposed action or determination. The committee shall work directly under the supervision of The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism and the Head of Uniting States of Kailasa.

The GREEN OM in conjunction with The BLUE OM shall be the concerning body for the protection of animals, forests, and the ocean. By establishing lifestyles with zero impact on the environment and promoting the right for all living beings to live and achieve enlightenment, the dept. seeks to ensure that ShriKailasa contributes towards growing a more healthy planet Earth.

Enforcing the directive measures instructed in Kamika Agama, Purva Pada, Patala 30 verse 17-19.

Promoting a completely vegetarian lifestyle as directed in executive order dated November 14,  2020. For a progressive environment and for the contribution of the ethical treatment of the animals.On

To enforce complete stop the intake of Non-vegetarian food by practising Hindus as directed in executive order dated November 14,  2020.

To envisage the complete intake of non-cruel food by practising Hindus.

The animal sacrifice for the prescribed rituals will not be consumed by any human beings.

To create a toxin-free, pollutants free environment where honeycombs are formed naturally, where hen, the duck should survive by drinking drainage water (directive from Kamika Agama Purva Pada)

To create ecosystems where the doorframe of every horse will carry mango flower, neem flower, rice paddy hung at the door frame of the houses, such that it facilitates sparrows and other birds to eat.

Other Initiatives

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