Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) has announced to observe the Gurgaddi Gurpurab of Guru Har Rai ji as "Environment Day".
Ludhiana, Punjab (March 26, 2014): Thousands of Sikhs all across the world took concrete green actions by celebrating the Sikh Environment Day on March 14. Over 2000 Sikh Gurdwaras, Schools and organisations marked this day when Guru Har Rai, known for his deep love and sensitivity towardsnature and its preservation, became the seventh Sikh Guru in 1644.
Amritsar, Punjab (March 18, 2014): On the occasion of Sikh Environment Day on March 14, a group of environmentalists and members of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on Friday called upon the Akal Takht to take the lead in preventing the entry of genetically-modified (GM) crops into Punjab.
Amritsar, Punjab (February 01, 2014): EcoSikh, a US-based International Ecology organisation, which has been instrumental in creating awareness among Sikh communities about traditional teachings on nature preservation, and to show people how they can take positive action to safeguard nature, held a media meet to unveil plans for celebrating March 14, as ‘Sikh Environment Day’.
Amritsar, Punjab (March 29, 2013): EcoSikh, a Washington based Sikh body, has welcomed a directive by the Jathedars of Five Sikh Takhats to celebrate Sikh Environment Day on March 14th by all Sikhs.
Lahore, Pakistan (March 16, 2013): It is learnt that for the first time, 35 gurdwaras in Pakistan mainly in Sindh and Balochistan, and in Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Guru Nanak, joined Sikh institutions in India and abroad in observing Sikh Environment Day.
Chandigarh/ Punjab (March 14, 2013): Tens of thousands of Sikhs across the world celebrated the Sikh Environment Day today. EcoSikh, a Washington based organization, had received confirmation from 1,550 Sikh Gurdwaras, organizations and institutions from India and abroad in response to their appeal to celebrate March 14, 2013 as Sikh Environment Day for the third consecutive year.
Sri Hazur Sahib, Nanded (February 28, 2013): According to a press release by EcoSikh, Jathedar Sardar Kulwant Singh from Takhat Sri Hazur Sahib has released a message for the Sikhs to plant one tree on the occasion of Sikh Environment Day on March 14 as a token of love for Guru Har Rai Ji, the Seventh Guru on his Gurgaddi Diwas.
Ludhiana, Punjab (November 22, 2012): According to EcoSikh, a US based NGO, has invited the Sikhs settled all across the world to finalize their plan of action for celebrating the Sikh Environment day, which would fall next year on March 14.
Kurukshetra, Haryana (March 1, 2012): As per information available with "Sikh Siyasat" Sikh environmental activist gathered today to plan for direct action day on Sikh Environment Day on March 14, which is the coronation day of the 7th Sikh Guru , Guru Har Rai. This is the largest meeting of Sikhs on environment in Haryana and first ever joint action plan being launched by participating organizations including the apex body, SGPC. Prominent Sikh personalities joined together to give a call for the community to mark this day to work for save environment.
Amritsar, Punjab (January 21, 2012): As per information available with Sikh Siyasat, during the week of March 14th, Sikhs across the world will gather to commemorate the Gurgaddi Diwas of Sri Guru Har Rai Ji as the 2nd Annual Sikh Environment Day.