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One Day Interaction Program on “Connecting Youths to Nature”

INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND

“World Environment Day has been celebrated on 5th June annually since 1974 .This year, this very day is being celebrated with the theme “Connecting People to Nature” . This day has been remembered and prioritized by conservationists all over the world from the date of its declaration. Since the day is not enough for the sustainable environment management, Nepal Council (NYC) is bringing a one day interaction program on this day to unite youths of the country to make long term contribution on environment conservation.

 As we know from polar bears in the Arctic to marine turtles off the coast of Africa, our planet’s diversity of life is at risk from the changing climate.  Sea levels are rising and oceans are becoming warmer. Longer, more intense droughts threaten crops, wildlife and freshwater supplies. From polar bears in the Arctic to marine turtles off the coast of Africa, our planet’s diversity of life is at risk from the changing climate. In context of Nepal, climate change is creating habitat issues in wildlife management. Climate change has been one of the core issues in the field of wildlife conservation. Hence greater recognition is essential among the people to usher the biodiversity conservation. For this young students who can be key actors in conservation need to understand the conservation significance of wildlife and ecosystem services they provide.  Training and awareness raising programs such as workshops, interaction programs, and rallies are of paramount importance to foster the greater appreciation towards wildlife conservation and raise voice against climate changing factors. These programs can act as a catalytic role in convincing students to enrich their understanding of climate changing factors.

Hence this one day interaction program is proposed here to motivate the students to participate in climate conservation, understand the impacts of climate change in daily livelihood and develop leadership in speaking regarding conservation issues.

 

OBJECTIVES:

The main objective of this one day interaction program is to have in-depth discussion on climate changing factors, its impacts in the mountainous country like Nepal and daily livelihood of people.

Specific objectives are:

  • To inspire the participants to involve in conserving the environment, controlling climate changing factors  and its present issues and threats.
  • To promote art exhibition.
  • To encourage students to co-ordinate in restoring wildlife habitat, promote environment friendly activities, raise voice against climate changing factors.

 

 

For further details please  contact:
Ritika Prasai
Contact email address: ritikaprasai3@gmail.com / info@nationalyouthcouncil.org

Contact number: +9779843083664

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