Monday, January 30, 2023

Jamshedpur: Role of  youth vital in dealing with climate change, says Tata Steel VP Sanjiv Paul

Prateek Agarwal new President of CII Young Indians Jamshedpur Chapter

Jamshedpur, Dec 4: Sanjiv Paul, VP (Safety) of Tata Steel and Chairman of CII Eastern Regional Council, said that climate change remains an existential threat to the world. This is a huge challenge before the entire mankind today. I am not exaggerating it. After industrialization, there has been an exponential increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. Paul was addressing the annual function of Jamshedpur chapter of CII Young Indians organized at a hotel in Adityapur. Paul further said that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere before industrialization has increased rapidly after industrialization. He told that efforts are on to reduce the emission of green house gases. But the youth can play an important role in this.

Effects of climate change begin to show

The chief guest said that the effect of climate change has started appearing on the world. The recent floods in Pakistan or the forest fires in Australia and other countries are proof of this. Not only this, the temperature of the world is also increasing, due to which the sea level will rise and there is a danger of submerging in the sea in front of small islands and coastal areas of different countries. Along with climate change, he also pointed to the dangers of biodiversity and said that many species are in a state of extinction, which is not good for us. He appreciated the work being done by the Jamshedpur chapter and said that for the first time he came here and felt that the youth of Jamshedpur are also doing something to change the society and the country.

Emphasis on making Young Indians a movement

Dilip Krishna, National Vice Chair of CII Young Indians, emphasized on making Young Indians a movement and said that its strength has increased in the country in the last few years. It is playing an important role in social change. Regional Chair East Tarang Khurana emphasized on connecting it with the society. Tapas Sahu, Chairman, CII Jharkhand Council, said that the Jamshedpur chapter of CII Young Indians has come a long way. He has been its chair before and there is a lot of expectation from this chapter in future also. Earlier, Pulkit Jhunjhunwala, outgoing chair of Jamshedpur chapter, told about the activities of his tenure and presented the annual report.

Prateek Agarwal new president of Jamshedpur chapter

National Vice Chair (Designate) Vishal Agarwala announced the new team of Jamshedpur Chapter. Prateek Agarwal has been made the new chair of Jamshedpur chapter and Udit Agarwal has been made the vice chair.

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