Our natural heritage local environment


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  • Getting connected to the earth, understanding our purpose and relevance of being on this beautiful earth
  • Appreciate, understand and live with the Earth
  • As a child, everyone wants to explore and understand the surroundings. This curiosity diminishes as people grow up. The purpose of gaining knowledge and experience is for being on this earth.
  • The moist plants and leaves with dew drops during early in the morning would be great to observe
  • In a near by water body
  • Chose a diverse path for the walk, about 100 to 200 meters distance. Close your eyes, start walking slowly bare foot, feeling very step of the walk – the soil, texture, grass, plants, pebbels, gravel, etc. About 20 minutes.
  • Closed eyes and bare hands
  • Observe an ants nest, see how the ants are working together for the community relentlesly.
  • Dr. N. SaiBhaskar Reddy, CEO, GEO email: saibhaskarnakka@gmail.com GEO conducts GEO Spirit Meets and Earth Leaders Meets regularly. Any one interested please join.
  • Our natural heritage local environment

    1. 1. © GEO http://e-geo.org Our Natural Heritage Local Environment
    2. 2. Human being is just some mass in the universe
    3. 3. Heritage Property that is or may be inherited; an inheritance. Valued objects and qualities such as cultural traditions, unspoiled countryside, and historic buildings that have been passed down from...
    4. 4. UNESCO’s World Heritage Biodiversity Programme in India It was formally launched on 25 July, 2007, by the Honorable Minister of State, Environment and forest, Government of India, Shri Sevugan Regupathy. at a one-day workshop held in New Delhi. The project seeks to conserve the earth’s most spectacular examples of natural and biological heritage in India, which have been identified as the World Heritage Biodiversity sites by UNESCO. The project will focus mainly on community participation in the management of the protected area and capacity building of the park management. The study area for the project will cover four World Heritage Biodiversity sites- Kaziranga and Manas in Assam, Keoladeo (also sometimes referred to as Ghana) in Rajasthan and Nanda Devi in Uttaranchal.
    5. 5. Biodiversity Heritage Sites Name of the Site Hogrekan Name of the District Chikmagalur Taluk Kadur Gram Panchayat Balliganuru Area 2508.15 acres Importance of the area The area has unique Shola vegetation and grass land with number of floral species which are unique and having lot of medicinal value. Hogrekan is moderately wooded land and its vegetation is of dry deciduous type and has a link with Bababudanagiri and Kemmangundi, adjoining Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and Yemmedode Tiger Reserve and serving as "Wildlife Corridor" between Kudremukha and Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary. Government Notification No.FEE.35 ENV 2009 dated 4.9.2010
    6. 6. All for One - One for All One cannot live for oneself One can only live for others
    7. 7. Experience the energy from sun
    8. 8. Observe water
    9. 9. Appreciate structure and texture of a leaf
    10. 10. Observe the soil and litter
    11. 11. Observe the night sky
    12. 12. http://www.e-geo.org
    13. 13. For GEO Spirit meets contact Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy saibhaskarnakka@gmail.com GEO http://e-geo.org Join group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/geospirit/