Biodiversity - Justice for Wildlife Conservation

Zoya Arun, a student of grade 6 Gir initiated a wildlife justice fund, being inspired by her experiences in the Orikalankini teen fellowship. 

After her expression of interest, our principal Ms. Anju Wal launched a series of webinars to raise more awareness on wildlife conservation. 

4 young panelists from Grade 6: Zoya Arun, Aarav Kathuria, Sana Bose and Anurag Kukreja, researched and worked with their mentors over a month to lead the discussion on justice for wildlife on 24th December 2020.

In their first webinar, they showcased their own insights from the research, facts about various biomes and ways to live more sustainably. 

They also invite Ms. Xavier, from HCL and interviewed her on her experiences with the Habitats trust and her current role. 

The students talked about the importance of interconnected food webs and it’s relation to the pandemic. They also invited Kshitij from Grade 4, who has made a portable resuscitator inspired by the lack of ventilator devices in the pandemic. 


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