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Training programme on Climate Change to be organised in Srinagar

A three-day State level media sensitisation workshop is being organized at Srinagar from July 9 to 11

The inaugural session of the workshop would be addressed by
Vijay Kumar, Advisor to Governor, J&K State, B. Siddhartha Kumar, IFS, PCCF
& Director, Department of Ecology Environment and Remote Sensing, J&K,
Sonam Lotus, Director, India Meteorological Department, Srinagar and
SonamWangchuk, Founder and Advisor, The Students’ Educational and Cultural
Movement of Ladakh (SECMOL).

 The workshop is being
jointly organized by Centre for Media Studies (CMS), Indian Himalayas Climate
Adaptation Programme (IHCAP) of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
(SDC), and Department of Science and Technology (DST).

“The objective of the workshop is to brainstorm and share
experiences on environment reporting with a special focus on climate
change.  The three–day event will revolve
around the sensitisation of media persons in the area of climate change and to
engage media persons in dialogues on climate change adaptation. During the
workshop, experts from environment, agriculture, wildlife and earth sciences
will be speaking on science and policy related to climate change and adaptation
initiatives in context of Jammu & Kashmir,” the organisers said in a
statement.

“The real challenge of climate change reporting is to connect
changes occurring at the local level with climate science and policies. We are
trying to build this capacity among journalists,” stated P N Vasanti, Director
General, CMS, New Delhi.

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