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Nirmalya Roy
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Moumita Kundu
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Sharbani Sarkar
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Women Leaders of MP Tackle Climate Change

Elected women representatives of Dewas in Madhya Pradesh along with local NGOs got together to apprise themselves of the global challenges created by climate change and how it is impacting their lives. The initiative was supported by Earth Day Network, India and BBC Media Action.

The initial challenge of demystifying a hugely technical issue like climate change was attempted by using simple theatre-based and other culture-based tools and techniques. After overcoming this initial hurdle, the women related the larger issue to more local concerns like changing crop patterns, extreme climate conditions etc. and chose small areas of interventions for them to lead changes. The workshop introduced the women to available support mechanisms like the financial instruments and alternative energy resources. They chose to initiate small actions like increasing green cover, creating systems to replenish ground water, cleanliness drives and adopting alternative energy sources.

Training & Mobilisation of panchayat & SHGs leaders for green action in Madhya Pradesh

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j33lVQaXhh4&t=723s

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