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SHILLONG, June 15 - Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has asked the Meghalaya State Council for Climate Change and Sustainable Development to develop green business models to tackle climate change. Addressing the Council�s meeting today, Sangma said that steps should be taken to mitigate the effects of climate change. He also called for public awareness in this regard.

Sangma said that government initiatives should revolve around sustainable practices, especially in agriculture and allied sector.

On the tourism sector, Sangma said that development of green and eco-friendly infrastructure in tourism destinations could help reduce carbon footprints.

Climate change mitigation plans should be planned on a priority basis and emphasis should be on protection of water catchment areas and regeneration of forest cover, the Chief Minister said. He also expressed concern over the large import of bamboo into the State and said that bamboo mission activities should be intensified to reduce this import.

The Government�s Chief Whip, Agatha Sangma, chaired the meeting.

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Conrad for green business models

SHILLONG, June 15 - Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has asked the Meghalaya State Council for Climate Change and Sustainable Development to develop green business models to tackle climate change. Addressing the Council�s meeting today, Sangma said that steps should be taken to mitigate the effects of climate change. He also called for public awareness in this regard.

Sangma said that government initiatives should revolve around sustainable practices, especially in agriculture and allied sector.

On the tourism sector, Sangma said that development of green and eco-friendly infrastructure in tourism destinations could help reduce carbon footprints.

Climate change mitigation plans should be planned on a priority basis and emphasis should be on protection of water catchment areas and regeneration of forest cover, the Chief Minister said. He also expressed concern over the large import of bamboo into the State and said that bamboo mission activities should be intensified to reduce this import.

The Government�s Chief Whip, Agatha Sangma, chaired the meeting.