Chennai School sets new record after 1,700 students attend nature conservation session

Chennai based Alagappa School on Thursday set a new record and broke a previously held record after 1,700 students attended a session on nature conservation.

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Alagappa school enters in Asian Book of Records, sets a new record after 1,700 students attend nature conservation session

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Environmental awareness is not rocket science to understand. It is about being aware of the environment. The environment refers to all flora and fauna, including all marine and wildlife areas. This is particularly important, given the increasing environmental challenges we are facing, including:

  • Climate change
  • Global warming
  • Water scarcity
  • Droughts
  • Deforestation
  • Floods

The Alagappa School in Chennai on Thursday broke a previously held record after 1,700 students attended a session on nature conservation. With this feat, the school entered the Asian Book of Records for the maximum number of people attending a learning awareness session on nature conservation.

Vignesh, a student present at the event, said:

“I would like to thank our management for making this possible. This session has been a really good experience and there was a lot of learning about nature conservation. I was highly enthusiastic about this and in future, I will spread the nature awareness programme to other people.”

 

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