Environment Awareness Programme Conducted

SRINAGAR- The Inner Call, forum for evolution, development and awareness, organized an awareness program which was held at Srinagar in which volunteers, students from various colleges of Srinagar and University scholars participated.

Secretary, The Inner Call, Affan Yesvi said that the focus as such should be laid on preservation and conservation of plant and animal species, especially the ones that are endangered. He said we should work out strategies to combat the environmental degradation due to manifold increase in the human interference by way of population explosion and massive development which has a direct bearing on natural resources and biodiversity. He highlighted the importance of sustainability of rich biodiversity by adopting eco-friendly techniques of development.

Inam Un Nabi , Director Youth Affairs of The Inner Call said that although the state and central governments have passed many legislations but there is a need of effective implementation by the enforcing authorities.

Inam also impressed upon the concerned agencies that development through eco-friendly technology is imperative to ensure a long term conservation of the  natural resources and biodiversity which is so vital for our own survival and also that of our future generations. 

Volunteers, students and scholars expressed their resolve to protect the rich biological diversity of the State. They also pledged to play their role in the protection and eco-restoration of the natural resources including lakes, rivers and other water bodies.

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