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The final plan is expected to be ready by the end of January For more information about the consultation, please contact Mr. Manager ProjectGujarat Ecology Commission on mail geciczmp. The workshop focused on spreading awareness about mangrove conservation, protection and regeneration.
The workshop was inaugurated by Shri.
DHI is the consulting partner for the plan preparation. During which, consultations have been done with Government department, industries and NGOs of the districts. In Jamnagar and Kachchh districts, the two-day consultations with Government departments, industries and NGOs have helped in validating the data and research done as part of the plan preparation.
Total 56 Government officials, seven representatives of industries and 15 NGOs took part in the consultations in Jamnagar. The consultations were held in the presence of Mr. Whereas, in Kachchh district a total of 96 Government officials, 17 representatives of industries and 15 NGOs took part in the consultations.
The workshop would be inaugurated today at More than coastal community members would take part in this workshop. We welcome you to be a part of this initiative and conserve mangroves together. These consultations would play a significant role in making an inclusive Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan.
Some of the photographs from the consultation are here. As a part of it, GEC has taken up renovation of pond and its beautification in Aat and Samapore villages to promote rain water harvesting.
In addition to the same, garden and green belt development work has also been initiated in Sultanpur village. Bhumi Pujan of these activities have been done on May 21, by Shri S.
The workshop was chaired by Dr. The workshop focused on the notification and its provisions. The sessions were conducted by Mr.
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