Friday, June 29, 2012
Thursday, June 21, 2012
As part of the programme, a substantial area under each of the 126 assembly constituencies would be brought under different organic crops, mostly vegetables, fruits and rice, official sources said here today.
The Rs 35.38-crore project, to be implemented in three yearly phases, will involve and benefit 12,600 farmers.
Its different components include technology transfer, certification, fencing, mechanization, market linkage, and training to both farmers and service providers.
[Source: PTI ]
Program Manager, CML, Guwahati
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Deputy Commissioner of capital Complex, Itanagar Dr. S B Deepak Kumar formally inaugurated much needed PET Bottle Collection Programme from DC office premises on 14th September with an aim to make PET bottle free city. ENVIRON a reputed organization and already working on Solid Waste Management in city, now gear up to make city free from plastic wastes, for this ENVIRON organized a group of rag pickers and they will take up the collection process from roadside, drains and garbage bins. It has been observed that tons of plastic waste dumps near roadside, in drains and garbage bins which creating unhygienic environment. Not only this it quality of non biodegradable, these product becoming massive concern for human race because of this feature which date orating the quality of soil for now and also for many hundred years. The alternative option to least its impact on soil is to recycle, hence its need man power to collect these bottles, even this provide an opportunity for people living in marginal per capita income to earn extra amount by collecting and selling this product to recycling factories. In other hand we can generate money from waste product.
Whole PET Bottle Collection Programme will be carried out under the close supervision of ENVIRON in association with District Administration. On an average at least fifty kilos of PET bottles are collected per day from different part of the city. This small figure indicates in what average plastic bottle waste is raising and need to take up serious step to keep city clean from such junk. To support this programme district administration handed over two hand cart to ENVIRON for the rag pickers. To begin with firstly the collection was carried out from DC office premise. In region, still there is a need of awareness among the people, such as to use litterbins and to change its careless attitude or behavior of the people throwing anything in anywhere which cause dirtiness in surrounding. Until we change our habit or behavior we cannot save our environment.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Sunday, June 6, 2010
World Environment Day 2010 Celebrated by ENVIRON in Parijat Academy (Pamohi, Near Deepor Beel) and B. Borooah College, Guwahati supported by ASTEC
In Parijat Academy the programme was conducted in collaboration with Panchtatva, Gauhati University. The programme commenced with the elaboration of the significance of the World Environment Day and this year’s theme by Mr. Kripaljyoti Mazumdar, Coordinator, Division of Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation, ENVIRON. Mr. Uttam Teron, Principal, Parijat Academy, welcome all the students and urged them to work for conservation of nature and natural resources. Then after, an Extempore Speech Competition was organized among the students. Ms. Trishna Sarma, Researcher, Department of Zoology, Gauhati University and Mr. Kaustubh Rakshit of ENVIRON coordinated the competition among the students. Mr. Kripaljyoti Mazumdar, Ms. Trishna Sarma and Mr. Kaustubh Rakshit on behalf of ENVIRON handed over a bundle of 17 books on various environmental and popular science including two Science Dictionaries to Mr. Teron for the Library, Parijat Academy. The programme concluded with a Vote of thanks from Mr. Teron and with the word that in future too ENVIRON will conduct such environmental workshop for children in near future too.
World Environment Day celebration programme at B. Borooah College Guwahati was organized by Environ in collaboration with SYNAPSE, B. Borooah College and Panchatatva, Gauhati University. The programme gets off the ground with a plantation programme by Dr. Dinesh Baishya, Principal B. Borooah College and a Drawing competition programme among the school students. Dr. Baishya delivered a talk on the Water scarcity & environmental damage caused by Open Cast Mining in Patkai region. Mr. Bidyut Bikash Sharma of Panchatatva, Gauhati University discussed about the Climate change issues in India. A documentary film on Environmental issue was also screened in the afternoon and Mr. Kripaljyoti Mazumdar of ENVIRON spoke on the role of youth in mitigating & challenging Climate change scenario during the evening hour discussion.
Monday, April 26, 2010
ENVIRON, an environmental management group, has come up with a ten-point action for combating climatic change at individual and community level. These include changing electric bulbs to compact fluorescent light (CFLs) bulbs to save energy; turning off unneeded lights; avoiding solid waste dumping to minimize the emission of green house gases; going organic and avoiding chemical pesticides; and buying recycled products to save energy and resource.ENVIRON organized a one-day workshop to observe the World Earth Day on Thursday under the National Environment Awareness Campaign programme sponsored by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests. Around 200 climate student activists gathered at the Department of Zoology, Gauhati University, and took an oath to work towards combating and minimizing the effects of climate change with the theme ‘Let us unite to combat climate change.’imate change. Kripaljyoti Mazumdar, coordinator, Division of Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation, ENVIRON, gave a talk on the individual efforts that youths and students can take up for combating the change.In the interactive session, students raised concerns about the local effects that are manifesting in the present-day world with regard to climate change. The concluding session was an oath-taking ceremony where students took the pledge to undertake all-possible efforts with other youths of the region to combat climate change.Presiding over the workshop, Prof UC Goswami spoke about climate change in the Indian context, also analyzing the politics behind the issue. Prof A Dutta and Prof DK Sharma were also among the speakers. Kaustubh Rakshit of the Department of Environmental Science gave a presentation on technologies and some possible strategies that could reduce CO2 emission. He recommended a collective effort integrating the different aspects of global climate change.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Guwahati version of the worldwide campaign-“Save Lokrtak lake (Deepor Beel) Campaign” an initiative of NECEER, Imphal and ENVIRON, Guwahati, finally took off today at around 11 am. The Organizing team divided into two to conduct the scheduled events at two venues-Quiz competition in P. Dutta Seminar Hall,
In Gauhati Unversity, the campaign took shape at around 11:30 a.m. with leisurely flow of participants. Total 48 participants turned up who made into 24 teams for The Ecoquest 2010. Mr. Kripal Mazumdar, campaign coordinator,
While on other side, Parijat academy simultaneously conducted the Art competition on the theme “Deepor Beel” where students of the academy have actively participated. The volunteering teachers of the academy Mr. AmarJyoti Duarah, Tapu Nath and Laura Schuchart of US have judged the competition.
GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development
NE Unit, Arunachal Pradesh