OUR STAFF REPORTER
GUWAHATI, Feb 25: The Wild Trail, an NGO for ture and wildlife conservation in north East region, has conducted a discussion and its first class room programme on ‘Climate Reality Classroom’ at the auditorium of Assam State Museum today.
Speaking to the media, Wild Trail president Bikash Kalita said, “We have conducted the programme for the awareness among students and people on conservation of the ture and wildlife in the region. The discussion was initiated by global leader of climate reality project on the issue of climate change and its impact Rituraj Phukan, who stressed about to saving the climate, to live a life without affecting the climate and environment. The truth about climate that was ignored by us was brought nicely by Phukan among the students.”
The programme was also attended by Cotton College State University vice chancellor Dhruba J Saikia and founder president of Centre for Green Economy and climate leader LJ Ram.