Parisara Habba 2015

The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) is organising Parisara Habba on 5th and 6th June 2015, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, at Sri Kanteerva Indoor Stadium (Rajaram Mohan Roy Rd). Look out for a stall on lakes at the event.

World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated every year on the 5th June, and has become one of the main vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates positive action for the environment. Through WED, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) enables everyone to realise not only the responsibility to care for the Earth, but also reminds them about their individual power to become agents of change.

Parisara Habba or “Festival of the Environment”, is a symbolic celebration of our environment. KSPCB cordially invites the public to participate in the 2-day long event. Honorable Chief Minister, Mr. Siddaramaiah is expected to grace the occasion on 5th June. The programs being organized will include:

1. Cyclakethon – Cycle for lakes, cycle for Bengaluru (6:30 am to 9:30 am on 5th June 2015)
2. Exhibition of pro-environment organizations (including lakes) showcasing the best practices (10:00 am to 6:00 pm on 5th and 6th June 2015)
3. School competitions (10:00 am to 1:00 pm on 6th June 2015)
4. Discussions and talks by sector experts (at regular intervals on 5th and 6th June 2015)
5. Screening of environment themed movies and documentaries (at regular intervals on 5th and 6th June 2015).
 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 

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