World Environment Day Campaigns through the years…

World environment Day

Here’s a throwback of some of the best World Environment Day campaigns through the years that left a green imprint on the audience and encouraged them to join a movement in bettering the world

As June 5th approaches us, we are yet again reminded of the state the planet earth is in. Year in, year out, the first week of June witnesses a number of eye-opening World Environment Day campaigns.

For some brands, it’s a routine thing, while for others it’s a genuine cause. In the past few years, there have been a handful of such campaigns that gave us a reality check. Some showed the unfortunate state we are surviving in, while others came up with solutions.

In 2018, the Environment Programme roped in a list of celebrities around the globe and made them join in the global game of #BeatPlasticPollution. The same year TATA Pravesh made the audience aware of the future generation’s unfortunate destiny.

Many more brands left a lingering effect with their mindful campaigns. Here’s a look at some of the best World Environment campaigns seen through the years.

OLA Cabs -#FarakPadtaHai (2017)

TATA Pravesh- #DoorwayToGreen (2018)

UN Environment Programme – #BeatPlasticPollution (2018)

Aditya Birla Group – #FilterTheFuture (2019)

Whoopi Goldberg x Extinction Rebellion (2020)

WWF India (2020)

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Fevikwik India (2020)

ITC (2020)

Luminous India (2020)

Tata Tiscon – Plant for the Planet (2020)

Godrej Appliances – #HumSabKaGhar (2021)

Voltas (2021)

YouTube – Non-Fungible Planet (2022)

If we missed out on your favourite World Environment Day Campaign then let us in the comments below.


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