Climate Change Awareness & Responsibilities [Observation of World Environment Day 2021]

As a part of promoting sustainable science, spreading the voice of environmental awareness is our primary duty. Due to global warming followed by unwanted climate changes, the blue planet is receiving serious environmental threats, that include melting of glaciers, the rise of sea level, declining drinking water supplies, reduced agricultural yields, increased wildfires, health impacts in cities due to heat, flooding, erosion in coastal areas, and most importantly, causing a massive effect on the ecosystem. That’s why as a part of climate change awareness, the theme of World Environment Day (5th June) 2021 has been fixed for “Ecosystem Restoration”.

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Due to The strong COVID-19 related restrictions, this year most of the organizations were unable to organize any offline seminar to spread environmental awareness messages, but online meets and conferences were preceded along with massive social media awareness messages. We, Team Synnbiob were glad to arrange and support the online observation of the World Environment Day on 5th June 2021 via Google meet along with a prior initiative by Dr. Manojit Ddebnath, Department of Botany, Panskura Banamali College (Autonomous), WB, India.

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Most of the audiences were graduation and master’s students, who are expected to manage the future of science.

On the online meet, Dr. S. Patnaik, Sr. Scientist, CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicological Research, Lucknow, and Dr. A. K. Sanyal, Chairman, West Bengal Biodiversity Board delivered valuable speeches based on climate change awareness and responsibilities.

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Following are the glimpses of the e-seminar.

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