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Dr. Harsh Vardhan,
Minister, Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
" To protect the environmental right of our future generations, all of us have a green social
responsibility. The fast evolving and emerging technologies in dynamic world to combat the menace of environmental
degradation need to be complemented by specially trained and skilled manpower in various field at all levels.
Imparting skill sets for greener transformation will generate employment opportunities and strengthen our resolve
to conserve and preserve the priceless environment."
Date - 16/3/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
WWF ENVIS RP successfully conducted the field trip under GSDP course of Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques on March 16, 2019 at Aravali Biodiversity Park
Date - 18/2/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
District Level Stake Holders Meeting organized by District Administration G. B. Nagar and WWF India ENVIS Resource Partner, MoEF&CC, GoI at Gautam Buddh Nagar, under the chairmanship of Shri B.N. Singh, I.A.S, District Magistrate on February 18, 2019
Date - 14/2/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Guest lecture for 3rd batch of GSDP candidates on Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques by Jyoti kashyap, GIZ on data collection and sampling on February 14, 2019
Date - 1/2/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
WWF ENVIS valedictory function of GSDP 2nd batch on Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques on February 1, 2019. Shri Yashvir Singh, Economic Adviser gave a key note address for GSDP 2nd batch.
Date - 29/1/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Final presentation for the 2nd batch of GSDP course on Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques under the chairmanship of Dr Anandi Subramanian, Principal Adviser with officers from the MoEF&CC, GoI on January 29, 2018
Date - 1/1/2019 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Dr Merwyn Fernandes giving a guest lecture on illegal trading of species. The 2nd batch of GSDP students for the Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques on January 01, 2019
Date - 30/11/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Valedictory cum inaugural function of the GSDP certificate course on "Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques by WWF ENVIS RP on November 30, 2018 at WWF India, Delhi
Date - 15/11/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Dr. Priyank Pravin Patel (Department of Geography, Presidency University, Kolkata) educated to GSDP candidates on the topic of "Challenges and trends of Geospatial technologies for natural resource management" at ENVIS Centre, WWF-India on November 15, 2018
Date - 12/11/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
WWF ENVIS GSDP candidates field visit of Yamuna bio-diversity Park on November 12, 2018. Experts taught about sampling methods, field surveying techniques, camera trapping, flora, fauna and about the bio-diversity park
Date - 6/11/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
Dr. Krishna Raj (Sr. Coordinator, WWF INDIA) demonstrated to the GSDP candidates about the different types of maps and its purpose. He was majorly focused on Toposheet i.e. what is Toposheet, its purpose and the features on November 6, 2018 by WWF ENVIS
Date - 2/11/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
On November 2, 2018 WWF ENVIS (RP), conducted the theory examination for evaluation of GSDP candidates after completion of the 50% course module on Wildlife Management using Geospatial Techniques.
Date - 3/10/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
WWF ENVIS Centre conducted its first class on October 03, 2018 on wildlife management using Geospatial Techniques. Class covers the basic concepts of Remote Sensing. Also showed demonstration that how one can download satellite data from various sources.
Date - 1/10/2018 / Source - WWF ENVIS
WWF ENVIS RP launched GSDP certificate course on "Wildlife Conservation using Geospatial Techniques" on October 01, 2018 at WWF ENVIS Centre with the active participation of selected candidates.