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Mooshahary appeals for conservation of nature

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 2 � Shillong CMS Vatavaran, the environment and wildlife film festival & forum, was inaugurated at the U Soso Tham Auditorium of the State Central Library by Meghalaya Governor Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary.

In his address, the Governor urged the people of Meghalaya to take active steps and make individual contributions for conservation and protection of the pristine natural beauty of the State.

Mooshahary also appreciated the efforts made by organizations like CMS and initiatives like CMS Vatavaran in creating awareness on environmental issues. During the inaugural ceremony on Wednesday, two green heroes from Shillong � Brian Dermot Kharpran Daly and Sorendro Khongsit � were felicitated.

A panel discussion on �Confronting Climate Change� was also organized. Experts who participated in it included Prof BK Tiwari of NEHU, John Rodborne (Member Secretary-cum-Director of Meghalaya Non-conventional and Rural Energy Development Agency), Dr Duke Ghosh of Jadavpur University, among others.

The inaugural film shown was The Wild Meat Trail, which was directed by Rita Banerjee and Shilpi Sharm. The film focuses on wild meat consumption and hunting in the Northeast.

Others films that were shown during the day included Lednice, Birds Through My Window, Liliputi Mimikri, Deeply Superficial, Children of the River � The Xihus of Assam, At Melting Point, The Green Revolver Called Sohra and The Day After Tomorrow.

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Mooshahary appeals for conservation of nature

GUWAHATI, Sept 2 � Shillong CMS Vatavaran, the environment and wildlife film festival & forum, was inaugurated at the U Soso Tham Auditorium of the State Central Library by Meghalaya Governor Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary.

In his address, the Governor urged the people of Meghalaya to take active steps and make individual contributions for conservation and protection of the pristine natural beauty of the State.

Mooshahary also appreciated the efforts made by organizations like CMS and initiatives like CMS Vatavaran in creating awareness on environmental issues. During the inaugural ceremony on Wednesday, two green heroes from Shillong � Brian Dermot Kharpran Daly and Sorendro Khongsit � were felicitated.

A panel discussion on �Confronting Climate Change� was also organized. Experts who participated in it included Prof BK Tiwari of NEHU, John Rodborne (Member Secretary-cum-Director of Meghalaya Non-conventional and Rural Energy Development Agency), Dr Duke Ghosh of Jadavpur University, among others.

The inaugural film shown was The Wild Meat Trail, which was directed by Rita Banerjee and Shilpi Sharm. The film focuses on wild meat consumption and hunting in the Northeast.

Others films that were shown during the day included Lednice, Birds Through My Window, Liliputi Mimikri, Deeply Superficial, Children of the River � The Xihus of Assam, At Melting Point, The Green Revolver Called Sohra and The Day After Tomorrow.