Sikhs the world over are leading the charge when it comes to reconnecting to nature. The Million Tree Project aimsto plant one million new trees throughout the world, with tens of thousands already having been planted.
In what has been described as a “gift to the entire planet,” Sikhs have set out to celebrate the birth of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, born November 29, 1469—550 years ago. The project is being coordinated by a Washington DC-based environmental organization called EcoSikh.
Rajwant Singh, EcoSikh’s president, hopes to celebrate the birth of Guru Nanak in way that will motivate Sikhs to reconnect with nature and improve their relationship with the planet.
They should also make a change as 99% of the Sikhs don't wash their hands before eating food in the temples ...yes 99% .. disgraceful...mannerless ...and shameless