Probably the greatest threat to our planet is our belief that someone else will save it. We must realise that this is the only home we have and its ecosystem is under tremendous stress from man made threats such as pollution, plastic use & deforestation. World Environment Day is one of the biggest annual events organised by the United Nations (UN) to generate awareness about the significance of nature. It is that time of the year when civil societies, environmentalists, students and global leaders take a moment to reflect upon the impact of human activity on Mother Earth. With the climate crisis making some irreversible changes to our lives as we know it, World Environment Day is also the time to think about unique, workable solutions that can help in resolving issues such as deforestation, plastic pollution etc. The theme of this year's World Environment Day is 'Reimagine. Recreate. Restore.' as this year marks the beginning of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. It is a 10-year plan that will make the authorities think on the path of stopping the degradation of the ecosystem. The human population must resolve to bring about little changes in its lifestyle that can help restore the natural order of things. Be it ban on single-use plastic or infusing more green across the cities, we must recreate and reimagine ways to help Mother Earth heal. Let us nurture our only home we have, so that we can have a better future.