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Climate Ambassadors Students Conference 2019.

Published on February 28, 2020 under Uncategorized

Climate Ambassadors Student Conference 2019
The program was initiated by Srushtidnyan, in collaboration with Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan. In 2009 the first climate change education and action project was started not only in Mumbai but also in Maharashtra. It took ten years to complete. Anayog Vidyalaya, Pragya Bodhini High School, Amchi Shala, SIES Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial School and R.J. College involved in these projects were praised for their consistent initiatives. During this conference, students presented projects related to climate change, water conservation, solar energy, waste management, climate supplementary diet. Sharad Kale, General Secretary of Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan inaugurated the project.The students also expressed their awareness about climate change through various plays such as drama on Water Conservation, folk drama based on Millet and fashion show of environment friendly cloths. Students of Anayog School performed the play ‘If there is Water, there is Future’ on water. After that, the student of Amchi Shala, Pratibha Dhere expressed her views on the topic ‘Without water’. Amchi Shgala’s music teacher has presented the Tigers with their poem ‘Tiger Suffrage’.If we treat ourselves as a part of this food chain without putting ourselves at the forefront of this entire food chain, animals will not have to offer this kind of suffrage. The students of Amchi Shala presented a song on how we can enhance our environment.The teachers and students involved in this project expressed their satisfaction about the activities being implemented. Frida and Julia
Interns from Future Earth Sweden participated in the project and interacted with the students. They also informed about the second hand shop that is popular among the youth of Sweden. Datta Balsaraf, program coordinator of the Yashwantrao Chavan Foundation, emphasized that our lifestyle should be environment friendly. Finally, the students and teachers honored by Supriyatai Sule, Member of Parliament.