Fossil fuels are non-renewable resources formed over the course of millions of years from the buried remains of life-forms such as plants. These resources are better known as oil, natural gas, and coal. Fossil fuels provide our nation and the world with a huge proportion of its energy demands but since they are non-renewable, they will eventually run out. Reducing fossil fuel usage decreases the effects of climate change, reduces oil dependence costs, increases energy sustainability and saves you money.
Earlier this year, our NGO partnered with the Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) to organise an Art Competition on Fuel Conservation under their Saksham campaign in Balika InterCollege and Sakipur village. Later in the event, they explained the importance of fuel in our everyday lives and shared tips to save fuel.
The children in our NGO performed Nukkad Natak on the burning topic. The winners in the competitions were given gifts and certificates as well.