After Amaar Kolkata, the Behtar India Go Green City Summit is making its way to Manna Hyderabad on the 14th of September. Oakridge International School, the top-performing school in the city with recycling amount of 18,568 kilograms of paper waste is going to host the summit.
Felicitating the host school for recycling the most amount of newspapers and E-waste, coupled with identifying the reasons and putting forward solutions concerning the sudden spike in the number of dengue cases in Hyderabad are slated to be the pivotal points of the 3rd edition of the Behtar India Go Green City Summits. Top corporate officials, individuals, and change-makers will come together to discuss, brainstorm and churn out relevant solutions for a healthier Hyderabad.
The Behtar India Go Green City Summits is an initiative that aims at bringing together schools, students, corporates and citizens towards discussing the problems and solutions with an aim to build a sustainable environment and future. The campaign invites schools to participate in this noble initiative and recycle the maximum amount of paper. The objective is to catalyze progressive action towards a sustainable India, a Behtar India, through work in the fields of health, environment, and hygiene.
So Hyderabad, are you geared up to participate and make Manna Hyderabad a healthy Hyderabad by taking your city to the top of the Behtar India Go Green City Summits list this year?