World Rat Day was founded in 2002 by a group of pet rat enthusiasts who wanted to challenge the stigma surrounding these creatures and give them the celebration they truly deserve. The day aims to shed a positive light on these animals and promote their care and welfare.
Water is one of the prime necessities for human needs to survive on Earth. This year theme is: “Groundwater, making the invisible visible!”
Let’s celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of all types of #forests! Forest sustainable management and their use of resources are key to combating climate change, and to contributing to the prosperity and well-being of current and future generations. Source: United Nations
Pi Day is held every year on March 14 to celebrate the mathematical constant, Pi (π). The date, when written in the format of month/day (3/14), matches the first three digits of the mathematical constant. Pi represents the ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter.
The International Wildlife Day has been proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate and raises awareness of people on the world’s wild fauna and flora. This year theme is “Recovering key species for ecosystem restoration”. Discover more on the official UN website.
International Mother Language Day is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote mother tongue, linguistic and cultural diversity and encourage multilingualism. Source: Wikipedia
In order to achieve full and equal access to and partecipation in science for women and girls, and further achieve gender equality and empowerment of women and girls, the United Nation General Assembly declared 11 February as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science in 2015.