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National Environment Awareness Campaign

The National Environment Awareness Campaign was launched by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India in 1986, and is being continued every year. Several non-governmental organizations, educational and training institutions, professional associations, scientific bodies, community organizations, and also a whole range of other agencies participate in the campaign. These bodies singularly or in partnership with other organizations, organize programmes for creating environmental awareness followed by field action at the local, regional and national level.

NEAC 2012-13: Theme - "BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION" [Updated on August 18, 2012]

The northeast regional committee has approved 118 proposals from various NGOs/ schools of Sikkim state for conducting concrete action based awareness programme with the theme 'Biodiversity Conservation' at the local level under NEAC 2012-13 programme.

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  • NEAC 2011-12 Theme: "Forests for Sustainable Livelihood"
    • Sustainable forest management can contribute significantly to sustainable livelihood. Sustainable development implies use of natural resources such that future generations can attain the same level of well being as enjoyed by the present generation. Sustainable livelihood of forests means utilizing, in a way to use it today to ensure similar benefits, health and productivity in the future also. The campaign focuses to sensitize and aware the local community at 111 different locations throughout Sikkim State during its period of implementation.
    • List of Sanctioned Proposals
    • List of Rejected Proposals
    • Concept Note for the Campaign
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