24-NOV-2018: Nature Grief Head-Start: ECO Club at Kennedy
Aligarh, November 24:To make the students realise the importance of saving our environment and the planet earth , the University Eco Club of Cultural Education Centre, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) got a head-start for its two days event ; ?NATURE?S Grief? by screening first of third environmentally vibrant movie title : The Care at Kennedy Auditorium ( AMU).
While, inaugurating the Chief Guest Omar Peerzada (Public Relations Officer, AMU) emphasized that climate change is particularly insidious because it often acts as a threat multiplier, interacting with other factors like disease, food security, water security and poverty; that is why every nation must realize that a healthy planet must be a critical part of the policy equation.
Interacting with students he said that air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat and the energy which powers enterprise, are all threatened if we do not practice proper stewardship of the planet. We must ensure that," our coming generations doesn?t have to put blame on us for spifflication of present natural resources``, he added.
The event got stupendous response with houseful Kennedy Auditorium for the screening of first movie on the list the The Care.
During the programme Dr M Arshad Bari (President UEC), Mr Humza Sufyan (Vice President of AMUSU) along with cabinet members of students union 2018 were also present
In his introductory remark Mr Ishrat (Secretary University ECO Club 2018), outlined the contemporary environmental threats that we now face with irresistible clarity.
The program was conducted by member ECO Club by Mr NS Shoeb Hasmi.
Public Relations Office
Aligarh Muslim University
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