New Delhi: A powerful seminar to celebrate the World Environment Day was organized by International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry in association with United Nation Information Centre and Indian Federation of United Nation Associations at AAFT, Noida Film City.
“It is not only our duty but it is our religion to keep the country clean and beautiful. Three most important factors which we have to keep in mind that is Air, Water & Earth to live longer and to save our planet,” initiated the seminar by Sandeep Marwah president Marwah Studios, nominated Global Green Ambassador for his non stop working for environment and climate at ICMEI.
Warren Harrison a filmmaker from United Kingdom emphasized that schools and colleges must take an initiative to teach the students about the importance of environment so that they churn out to be responsible citizens of their country.
Renowned actress Priyanka Kothari appreciated the efforts and said that these kinds of events should be the continuous process to teach young and old to love mother earth to have pleasing environment.
Padmini Parameswaran from Teesside University, J.P.Singh Director India Skill Development Council, J.S.Saluja Secretary Association of Asian Union, Dr. K.D. Gupta Chairman Environment Committee ICMEI, Bharti Tanrja renowned beautician, Priyanka Sharma Secretary ICOI, Babeetta Sakxena Secretary International Children’s Film Forum, Prof. Mansoor Naqvi Associate Dean AAFT also spoke on the occasion.
Gurbir Khera of AAU, Sushil Bharti of Radio Noida, Deepak Parvityar of IFUNA, S.S.Dogra Journalist, Purnima Anand President of BRICKS also participated in the conference. Later Marwah honored all the speakers with memento of the session.
A huge participation of members from films, television, media and education fraternity made the whole program very impressive and useful. International council of Intellectuals also supported the seminar.