Workshop on Water Conservation and Climate Change
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Two-day national level workshop on Water Conservation and Climate Change was organized. While inaugurating the workshop, Professor Kant Singh, the chief guest of this workshop said we should plant trees more and more because trees are the biggest source of oxygen. In the process of photosynthesis, the plants emit the most essential, oxygen.
In this way the trees provide the basis for human life. Apart from this, the vegetation also creates the food for the creatures. Vegetation provides nutrition for us. We should not waste water because water is life. With time, clean water is getting more valuable, and if we do not do anything to save it, then in future water will be more precious than gold.
Through Power Point presentation, Dr Avinash Vajpayee told that earlier we used to use pots, used to live biological life, lived in congruence of nature at that time we were healthy, but now we use plastic bottles and live in closed rooms due to that we suffer bad effect on our health. Many new types of diseases are emerging.
People’s disease resistant capacity is decreasing. He said that using plastic utensils are inviting the diseases like cancer, should start using the pottery, brass and bronze utensils again, should stop the use of chemical fertilizers in the fields and promote organic farming.
Dr Sadhana Tamot presented the research paper on the impact of agriculture by the climate change. She said that water is very necessary for the production of agriculture whereas in the coming time we will get less water availability, in the same way the time cycle of the weather is also changing. This will also affect the productivity of agriculture.
She also emphasized on mixed farming and told that the farmers who burn the tailings of the crops in the fields are harmful for the environment. We should have to adopt the lifestyle of our ancestors now, so that the environment can be protected.
Water and environment can be secured by collecting rain water in the ponds and the cutting of the trees should be completely stopped and in today’s changing environment we should have to save water crises, drought, agriculture and biodiversity, by protecting climate change.
It is very necessary to save because without clean air and water our life is not secured. Professor Dr Praveen Tamot told that if we do not stop the water wastage then that day would not be far away when the most theft would be of water and we all have to make ration cards for water.