It's time to do something more than watching Captain Planet, if we want to save this earth for our grand-children to come. You can go attend the Seeds Of Change exhibition to begin with. The members of BSG (Bharat Soka Gakkai ), an NGO registered with United Nations, are organising Earth Charter Exhibition at Ravindra Bharathi from 27th Jan to 4th Feb 2006.
It aims at creating awareness among people about the environment and social equality.Since its debut in Johannesburg in 2002, ‘Seeds of Change’ has toured several cities across the globe and attracted thousands of viewers.
It will be inaugurated by school children along with Mr. Michel Saint – Lot, UNICEF Representative of AP and KN, Mr. Mohammed Suleman Siddiqi, Vice Chancellor, Osmania University and Mr. C.V. Rao, Member, Energy Conservation Mission, Hyderabad. The documentary film “The Quiet Revolution” with its message that “there is hope, and it rests with individual people” to make positive changes in our world, will be shown.
The Earth Charter's Preamble states: ‘To move forward, we must recognize that in the midst of a magnificent diversity of cultures and life forms we are one human family and one Earth community with a common destiny. It is imperative that we, the peoples of Earth, declare our responsibility to one another, to the greater community of life, and to future generations.”
Photo panels and posters that capture this message are on display at the venue, ICCR. Trained volunteers will take the visitors through the exhibition.
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