Mujahid Ali Khan , environmentalist and engineer by profession on Monday launched ‘Sustainable Environment’ , a monthly English magazine which will foocus on issues related to environment.
Sustainable Environment is a multicolour 68 page magazine of glass news print is a brain child of city based NRI who recently relocated to India. The inaugural issue features many interesting articles and feature such as Nature Conservation and Spirituality, Effect of pollution on new born babies, How to use energy efficiently, 100 ways to save environment, Attitude of people towards our environment.
The magazine initially available in Andhra Pradesh, will be gradually introduced in the South and all over India. With a cover price of Rs 20, the magazine is reasonably priced is expected to be well received in the market place.
Mujahid Ali Khan is an engineer and an environmental expert graduated from BITS, Pilani, worked on various international assignments for over 20 years, before coming back to India last year in June. Now besides being busy himself as the Chief Executive of Wildcat for Industry & Commerce (oil/gas drilling services firm based in Hyderabad) publishes Sustainable Environment as an Editor in Chief.
‘Earth has natural resources sufficient enough for everybody’s needs and not for their greeds. But, today we see our enviroment being damaged without any care and concern. If it continues, we will soon realise that we will not have a sustainable society, if we continue destroying the environment. We have been consuming the world’s resources at a pace that outstrips the earth’s capacity to sustain the life’ , Mujahid Ali Khan, Publisher and Editor in Chief of Sustainable Environment said.
Adding further he stated what I am trying to do is to stand out and do something which is much needed. We all gain a lot of education in our lives. But, I think environmental education is the one which relates to humanity, a noble cause, a social justice and something that has become essential for us to have in order for us and our future generations to live in a relatively less polluted world, he added. And urged his fellow citizens and residents to get their green on and spread the word and unite to save environment.