Workshops, lectures and programmes to teach people to make natural colours with easily available household materials are conducted. Emphasis is also made to avoid burning large holikas by cutting trees, instead people are encouraged to use dry twigs and leaves fallen on the ground.
Different aspects of the festivals like idol making with clay and paper pulp, colouring of idols with water colours, decoration with paper, reduction in height of idols and encouraging immersion in artificial tanks, is propagated under this banner in different schools, colleges, societies and even corporate places.
Bursting crackers during Diwali is most popular amongst children. Thus creating awareness amongst school children about the ill-effects of crackers mainly with respect to noise and air, is the purpose of PDM team. Students are also involved in actual noise monitoring using suitable systems.
This is a symbolic act to adapt trees in one’s vicinity and know more about them. Very popular in schools, children make rakhis out of bio-degradable natural waste material and tie it to trees in their school campus.
To celebrate biodiversity day 2021, Paryavaran dakshata mandal has organized a 3 day program. A series of two lectures and one panel discussion. We are working in the field of environment awareness, research and education from past 22 years and have various projects which are directly or indirectly conserving nature. The current years theme is “We are a part of the solution”, so we have arranged these series of experts where you will come to know about economic importance of biodiversity and biodiversity conservation and how our Ngo has an important role in conserving nature so far.
For date, topics and speaker details please refer to the poster and for more details call us on 8879732109, 9833046634.