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PANDA 2020 Vol 12
PANDA 2020 Vol 12 is a 92 paged special edition newsletter highlighting linkages of covid-19 pandemic with climate change and biodiversity loss, and other insights on vastly rich Himalayan biodiversity and climate change perceptions and adption startegies. Released on 13.08.2020
State of Environment Report Sikkim 2016
SoE Report Sikkim 2016 is the only second edition after its first issue in 2007 published by Sikkim State ENVIS Hub. The report was released on October 4, 2018 at Dehradun on the ocassion of International Biodiversity Congress 2018.
Journals and Scientific Papers
Checkout recent findings and reserach articles on forestry, environment and wildlife issues related to Sikkim Himalaya published by authors in reputed journals.

Other latest publications
Constitution of Chief Minister's Green School Rolling Trophy-cum-State Green School Awards

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Sikkim Forest Fires

Sikkim Forest Fire Cases

Searchable Database from the year 2004 onwards

Green School Programme - Sikkim

GSP SIKKIM Green School Programme (GSP) is a self-assessment programme in which teachers and students perform rigorous environment audits of water, air, land, energy and waste within their school premise. It aims to encourage and support schools to build up an environmentally aware, active and skilled community of teachers, students and parents.  » Read More on CSE Website

Shri Karma Loday Bhutia
Hon'ble Minister
Shri M. L. Srivasta, IFS
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A Day for Mother Earth celebration on July 7, 2020

A Day for Mother Earth 2020

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Climate Change

Zemu Glacier, North SikkimClimate change refers to a statistically significant variation in either the mean state of the climate or in its variability, persisting for an extended period (typically decades or longer). Climate change may be due to natural internal processes or external forcing, or to persistent anthropogenic changes in the composition of the atmosphere or in land use. Although climate change has been a salient issue for the scientific community for several decades, it exploded upon the world stage in full force only in 2007.

Also See: Reports and Publication
Sikkim Forestry: A 100 Years of Service Sikkim Forestry: A 100 Years of Service
100 Years of Service: A Compendium
Sikkim Forest-100 years of Service

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