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Aligarh: Faculty members of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and officials of Teachers Association for Animal Rights (TAFAR), Ballabgarh, Haryana with empathic understanding of climate change shared their points perspective on the critical issue, drawing on many perspectives and disciplines at the Ministry of Education, AMU’s ‘Climate Change: Causes and Effects’ seminar.

Professor Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui (Chairman of the Department of Education) presented the implications of climate change on agriculture, ecosystems and food systems.

He provided important economic, ethical and political information on the issue.

Professor Mujibul also welcomed the speakers.

Expressing concern over deforestation, GD Mathur (Secretary General, TAFAR) called for an innovative approach to keep forests standing.

He said: “Forests help slow down climate change. Trees trap greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, preventing them from building up in the atmosphere and warming our planet. Growing forests are carbon sinks with additional potential to mitigate the effects of climate change”.

TAFAR member Naveen discussed the harmful effects of excessive carbon emissions on biotic life.

He pointed out: “Greenhouse gases can influence animal populations through various mechanisms. These gases can enter terrestrial and aquatic food webs and alter ecosystem functioning, directly altering the anatomy and physiology of plants, and thus indirectly altering the behavior and life history patterns of animals that depend on these gases. plants for food or shelter.

Monika Agarwal (member, TAFAR) caught the attention of future teachers by asking them stimulating questions on various topics related to the environment.

She educated participants with helpful discussions on large-scale livestock farming and unsustainable practices.

Prof. Nasrin, Dr. Mohd Hanif Ahmad and other faculty members expressed their views on coal, oil and gas combustion issues; Deforestation; the increase in animal husbandry and the use of fertilizers and fluorinated gases through exchanges with experts and students.

Professor Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui extended the vote of thanks.

Teresa H. Sadler