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Over the past few years there has been a steady growth in the range and scope of conservation education and awareness activities.
Over the past few years there has been a steady growth in the range and scope of conservation education and awareness activities. There is no doubt that well prepared information packages can not only strengthen conservation education programmes, but can also provide "launching points" on the basis of which several useful and constructive activities can be further organized. As part of our constant endeavour to produce and make available resource material, we offer a range of audio-visual presentations on nature conservation and environmental issues. Each package consists of a set of 35 mm. Colour transparencies, a printed script, and an audio cassette with a recorded commentary.
 
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Vanishing forests
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VANISHING FORESTS
Rampant deforestation has brought India face-to-face with serious environmental imbalance, unleashing the havoc of floods, drought, and desertification. This presentation enumerates the ecological importance of forests and establishes their role in the nation’s economy and well being. It describes the pioneering efforts of a few individuals and voluntary organizations at raising forests and plantations for fuel, fodder, and fibre for the local communities.
 
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Blueprint for Survival
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A BLUEPRINT FOR SURVIVAL
Outlines the environmental problems that have arisen due to man’s indiscriminate destruction of natural resources. The programme introduces the World Conservation Strategy which has been prepared as a guideline to tackle this global problem of resources destruction. It recommends living-resources conservation for sustainable development.
 
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The greater one horned rhinoceros
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THE GREATER ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS
The most authoritative programme available on the Indian rhino’s scripted and photographed by British Zoologist Andrew Laurie during a three-year research study in Nepal and India. The text is scientifically oriented but full of interesting information which could easily be adapted for general use.
 
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The Asian Elephant
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THE ASIAN ELEPHANT
Both species of elephant African as well as Asian are under severe pressure. This programme deals with the threats to the survival of the Asian species, together with a detailed account of its natural history. Prepared by the erstwhile Co-Chairman of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Group, Robert Olivier, who spent three years studying elephants in India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Sumatra, and Thailand. The text is scientifically oriented but full of interesting information and can easily be adapted for general use.
 
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The great jungle bungle
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THE GREAT JUNGLE BUNGLE
Modern machinery can now clear over 1,000 tonnes of trees and animals in just two hours. All over the world one of the most ancient ecosystems known to man is disappearing at an alarming rate of over a thousand acres every minute. This programme highlights the problem facing the rainforest in Malaysia and describes some of the more interesting plants and animals that live there. It goes on to point out that the thoughtless exploitation of forest for short-term gain will bring tragedy not only to the forest-dwellers, but to entire mankind
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