Social Scientist. v 11, no. 121 (June 1983) p. Back material.


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^ HELP K^PING TOE ENVIRONMBM® »»EE FROM POLWTION

Tree^ar^ our best bewf&jC^orA. Most of the thiia@^ w^wod. ii^ilif^a^ -ggipplied by trees. They absorb cQl^b^nsfiLi^cilie from the air ^and release oxygen. Smokes frojn the industries, from the ovens of the households and shops, exhaust fumes f^om the automobiles' etc., get mixed with the air and foul and poison it. Trees absorb these particles fKom it and purify it tJ^^eby. As the roots of tibe trees^ grip ^thie @©il firmly it does no-t' get eroded or wAsKe^^way. Trees have a^ remarkable power to attract clouds downward^—-as a r-esult, wherever* thero^at^ffi^re ^

trees, it rains more^i And for ^^Ste@* wrj reasons our government gives much eel^ow^g^---ment to pJ.a.n

We QiWQ^tL toMil co^roertbed: PJLaMfc-trees wherever and in as many numbers as possible and keep them up. We implore the students and th@tywitll to co^ad^r^r^fot* this-task.

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL

ICA-A 4987^5



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