SPCB, E&R host celebrations
Srinagar, Apr 22: Celebrating the Earth Day, the J&K State Pollution Control Board organised various functions through different Eco-clubs in various educational institutions on Friday in which a large number of students and some NGOs participated. The students were made aware about the importance of environmental conservation in the light of World Earth Day. Officials of J&K SPCB also participated in the events.
The students showed great interest in the programs and debated in length about the various issues facing the Earth like global warming, deforestation and pollution.
The Department of Environment and Remote Sensing organised an Eco-March at Bio-Diversity Park Rangreth in association with NGO SAVE.
The students of Welfare Educational Trust Bemina and Khalsa High School marched through the park and were made aware about the importance of bio-diversity.
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