Thursday, 26 April 2012

Screening of SUSANTA BISWAS documentary in EARTH DAY 2012 Celebretion

India Trees Foundation screened A SUSANTA BISWAS Documentary titled TOWARDS A GREEN FUTURE in their EARTH DAY, 2012 Celebrations. Susanta Biswas, a distinguished documentary maker is the Founder Secretary of Krishnaa Human Initiatives. 

The event was organized at Williamson Magor Hall, Bengal Chamber, 6 N.S.Road, Kolkata

The documentary is based on the success story of the Rupnarayan Forest Development Agency  at the Jungle Mahal in West Bengal. The Joint Forest Management Committees under the agency in West Midnapore have enabled the forest protection and preservation at the very grass root level with the co-operation of the local people and this approach has also been a boon in case of dealing with the regional problems like elephant depredation and extremist activities. It is produced by the National Afforestation & Eco-development Board, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India and presented by the Regional Centre of the Board at Kolkata in Jadavpur University.

Susanta Biswas, distinguished documentary maker and Environment Activist addressing the meeting. Ravi Menon, Prsident ITF & Rakesh Sinha, Addl. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, West Bengal is on the stage.

India Trees Foundation for organised the screening of the documentary, TOWARDS A GREEN FUTURE at Williamson Magor Hall, Bengal Chamber 6, N.S.Road, Kolkata 700 001, on Saturday, 21st April 2012, at 4.30 PM. 

Rakesh Sinha, Addl. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, West Bengal addressing the meeting

Sri Rakesh Sinha IFS, Addl. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, West Bengal, Sri Debashish Kumar, Mayor-in-Council, Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Sri Susanta Biswas, Ms Karuna Singh, Dr Anish Das, Sri Gitesh Sharma, President Indo-Vietnam Society were present among the distinguished guests of the occasion.

Susanta Biswas presenting the DVD of his documentary to Ravi Menon before the screening of the same. Rakesh Sinha, Addl. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, West Bengal is sitting on the stage

Sri Ravi Menon, environment activist and the President of India Trees Foundation welcomed the guests and elaborated the importance of Earth Day celebration.

Sri Gitesh Sharma, President Indo-Vietnum Society sitting among the audience

 DVD cover of Susanta Biswas documentary - Towards A Green Future

The celebration was concluded with an interactive session on 'Corporate Social Responsibility - an Actionable Business Agenda for a safe EARTH'.