Are you ready for the Green Hub Festival 2018?

Tezpur, May 09: The Green Hub is all is all set for the Green Hub Festival 2018. The event shall be organised at Tezpur University from May 11-13.

The Green Hub Festival aims to raise awareness, celebrate, debate and examine WILDLIFE, ENVIRONMENT, BIODIVERSITY along with other critical developmental issues relevant to Northeast India.

The Festival encourages myriad ways of seeing and understanding, as well as celebrating our natural heritage, besides examining the role we play in impacting our environment.

A press meet was organised by Green Hub at Tezpur on May 08 where details of the event was shared with media persons as well as people interested in the event.

The three-day festival includes panel discussions and presentations by experts, practitioners, organisations, filmmakers and representatives of the local communities, screening of films by Green Hub fellows and renowned filmmakers, sessions and Art & Film making competitions for school students, music and more.

The Green Hub Festival 2018, will be led by 60 Green Hub Fellows, over 20 local, regional and national partners, and over 50 Environmentalists, Filmmakers, Musicians, Artists and Media Persons.

A central panel comprising of key experts will share their learnings through invigorating discussions and dialogue on issues that are central to the environment and social development of the northeast.

Existing and ongoing work and initiatives of individuals will also be acknowledged, recognized and highlighted.

The Festival becomes both a connecting point and a platform for networking for stakeholders from across the NER as well as from other parts of the country.

A fun, interactive session has been specially designed for school students and the young for the upcoming festival. This will include presentations on avenues in environmental field by well-known artists, authors, photographers and other experts.

In local partnerships with schools, colleges, universities, citizen groups and local clubs as well as with local government bodies and NGO’s, the Festival aims to reach out to a vast audience of varying ages.

Check out the event of Facebook here.



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