Tribal Knowledge Foundation imparts awareness on impact of climate change

By FrontierManipur | Published On 06th Jun, 2021, 09:54 GMT+0530

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The foundation also exhorted all the people of the world to join hands in building biodiversity by protecting our environment and saving the earth.

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Tribal Knowledge Foundation observed the World Environment Day on Saturday by planting tree saplings and imparting awareness to the tribal populace who are still not aware about the impact of climate change that the world is facing today.

In a release, the foundation greeted environmentalists and the general public. Stating that the day is observed annually throughout the world under the initiative of the UN against deforestation and to protect our environment, the foundation said that few of its members planted tree saplings at a particular place in Senapati on Saturday.

“Environment is one of the most important things that we all have to take care of in today’s life for a better tomorrow. It is not only our health and wealth but trees, animals and all the biodiversity that exist in the atmosphere are also part of our life,” it said.

The foundation also exhorted all the people of the world to join hands in building biodiversity by protecting our environment and saving the earth.

Tribal Knowledge Foundation also expressed its heartfelt gratitude to John Sha, MFS, divisional forest officer, Senapati for providing the tree saplings. 

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