Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad

(University Courses Campus)


REPORT OF World Environment day

Event Name: World Environment Day

Date & Day: 5 June 2021, Saturday

Guest: Dr. Tripti Singh

Designation/Organization: Assistant Professor, School of Biosciences
, Faculty Coordinator IMS Greens

Topic: Ecosystem Restoration

Event Timing: 11:00 am-12:10 pm

Number of Students: 141

Venue: Online Zoom Platform


Summary of the Event:

For more than a decade, the School of Biosciences, Institute of Management studies, Ghaziabad, has given voice to the field of ecology and biodiversity conservation.  We foster the exchange of knowledge and expertise among ecological restoration practitioners, scientists and researchers from diverse disciplines and backgrounds.

To advance the science and practice of sustaining biodiversity, School of Biosciences in association with IMS Greens organised a virtual Talk on ?Ecosystem Restoration? for Sustainable Living & Livelihood on the 5th of June 2021, World Environment Day, 11:00 am onwards. 

The event incepted with a welcome note by Dr.AbhaVashistha, Program Chairperson, she discussed the importance of conserving biodiversity and emphasised that the onus now is not just on the governments and development agencies but also the communities. Ecosystem conservation and restoration should be at the heart of everything we do hereafter.

Dr.Tripti Singh, Assistance Professor & faculty coordinator IMS Greens was the resource person of the talk, she highlighted the mess we have created for ourselves. The conservation and restoration of our ecosystems would ensure richer biodiversity, more green cover, protection of endangered species and creating larger carbon sinks. The world has realised its importance more than ever after witnessing humanity suffer one of the worst pandemics in decades. The emergence of COVID-19 has also shown just how disastrous the consequences of ecosystem loss can be. She suggested that the ecosystem can be restored in many ways. Planting trees is one of the easiest and best ways of caring for the environment. People also need to eliminate pressures on the environment.

Dr. Surabhi Johari formally thanked management, organisers and resource person for an insightful session.

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