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Villagers pointing various issues in their respective villages.

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Last year Five houses ware broken into pieces by a sudden landslide in Pakyong, South Sikkim.

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Tilakchand Pandey (68yr) residence of Thamidhara village, concerned about his ancestor house at the edge of the clave of the mountain.

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Memories of the landslide victims in Pakyong, South Sikkim.

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Changing face of a mountain affecting both  Pacheykhani & Taza Gram Panchayat.

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Umadevi Pande (53yr) residence of Thamidhara village, showing crops with unnatural growths.

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Asish Sharma, Stuff Member of Pacheykhani GPU. The GPU building shows cracks.

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Pakyong Airport is an airport under construction near Gangtok, the state capital of Sikkim.

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Houses of nearby families were demolished by local authorities in compliance with safety requirements of the airport.

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Villagers of Thamidhara village discussing how climate change affecting the mountains.

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Sikkim became India’s first fully organic state in 2016. It took the state 13 years to fully implement organic farming.

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Bestowed with varied agro-climatic conditions, some of the major crops produced in Sikkim are cardamom, ginger, turmeric, off-season vegetables, flowers, Sikkim mandarin, kiwi, buck wheat, paddy maize and millets.

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Mage Mela of Jorethang, Sikkim.

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Shake Table was used to demonstrate the earthquake at Mage Mela of Jorethang, Sikkim.

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The role of the children in a changing climate is very important. Interactive sessions and workshops are very effective for sustainable development.

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Children writing about their concerns for their villages.

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Inquisitive & Equipped Children like Md. Jamil (Class VI), are the next Climate Warriors of the world.