John Government High School Viswema: John Government High School Viswema observed ‘World Environment Day’ on June 3. To mark this day, a short program was organized in the school wherein Metozo, G/T and Tosozhol, G/T spoke on how to take care and preserve the environment. The function was highlighted with the participation of the past pupils in planting decorative pine saplings along with the teachers and students in and around the school compound.
Enhulumi village: Enhulumi Village Bio-diversity Management Board (EVBMB) and Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC) jointly observed ‘World Environment Day’ on June 5 under the theme “Forest: Nature at your Service”. E. Tsido, head teacher government primary school Enhulumi village elaborated on the importance of “World Environment Day” To mark the importance of the day, JFMC provided tree saplings to the Village Bio-diversity Management Board and the villagers planted tree saplings in and around the village.
Bharat Scouts and Guides, Wokha: Bharat Scouts and Guides (BS&G), Wokha district led by H. Orenbomo Ngullie and Tsatheo Mozhui observed ‘World Environment Day’ at Mount Tiyi Government College, Wokha on June 4. DFO Doyang Y. Lotha was the chief guest and Chubatola principal Mount Tiyi Government College was the main speaker.
NEPC, DHEP: Northeastern Electric Power Corporation (NEPC), Doyang Hydro Electric Plant (DHEP) observed ‘World Environment Day’ at DHEP complex on June 5. Highlights of the occasion were painting competition, prize distribution and active tree plantation participated by Viveknanda Kendra Vidyala Schoool, staff and officials of DHEP Doyang. A brief meeting was also held where D Ch Nath, principal and DFO Doyang Y. Lotha delivered messages on the theme – World Environment Day – 2011 i.e. ‘Forest – Nature at your global warming’, loss of Ground water recharge, loss of fertile soil and green house gas.
Mon Forest Division: Mon forest division observed the ‘World Environment Day’ on June 5 at Government High School Tizit under the theme ‘Forest: Nature at your service’. Later, the forest department along with the students and the participant’s planted about 2000 tree saplings.