Mumbai: Club Enerji, a resource and energy conservation programme by Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility, organised two Mega Awareness Rallies in Mumbai recently with participation of over 600 students from CES Michael School, Kurla along with 15 other schools. Based on the theme of energy and environment conservation, students at the rally urged the masses to reduce excessive use of carcinogenic plastic at large and adopt environment- friendly substitutes.
Spread over a period of two days, the rally on the first day started from the premises of CES Michael School extending to a 1km radius. This rally witnessed a participation of over 600 students and sensitized over 1500 people on the importance of saying no to plastic and saving the ecosystem. Over 100 students from Pawar Public School will be organising a rally tomorrow to sensitise shopkeepers, hawkers and audiences in the school premises to avoid the use of plastic products.
Ms. Shalini Singh, Chief-Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Tata Power, said, “As an environmentally responsible organisation, we have been passionate about building a sustainable future by educating the young minds of tomorrow to be the advocates of energy and resource conservation. Through such rallies, we’ve championed the cause of creating a positive impact on the community at large and will continue to promote a safer, cleaner and healthier environment.”
Club Enerji, through its various modules has not only become a holistic movement to save energy and natural resources but also transformed children all around the country into responsible citizens and proactive leaders of the future.