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GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - The Climate Compatible Development Film Festival, India 2015, organised by the Assam Times Foundation, will be held at NEDFi House here at 5 pm on December 18. The event is open to all.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion, in which climate change researchers, environmentalists, bureaucrats, development professionals, filmmakers, journalists, students and professors will participate.

�Our three films tell stories on the impact of climate change on diverse communities from Uttarakhand to Bangladesh. Loss of livelihoods, distress migration, destruction of crops and fisheries, are the realities that many face on a day-to-day basis. And yet there are inspiring change strategies adopted by communities, such as seed banks that sell climate resilient seeds and engaging the voices of women to be part of village planning and local governance,� the organisers said in a release.

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Film fest on climate change

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - The Climate Compatible Development Film Festival, India 2015, organised by the Assam Times Foundation, will be held at NEDFi House here at 5 pm on December 18. The event is open to all.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion, in which climate change researchers, environmentalists, bureaucrats, development professionals, filmmakers, journalists, students and professors will participate.

�Our three films tell stories on the impact of climate change on diverse communities from Uttarakhand to Bangladesh. Loss of livelihoods, distress migration, destruction of crops and fisheries, are the realities that many face on a day-to-day basis. And yet there are inspiring change strategies adopted by communities, such as seed banks that sell climate resilient seeds and engaging the voices of women to be part of village planning and local governance,� the organisers said in a release.