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IJENAS (ISSN: 2349-3763) 
International Journal of Environment and Natural Sciences
(A Peer-reviewed Research Journal) 

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STORY-THROUGH-LENSE (STL)

ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM CONTEST (EDSFC)

STORY THROUGH LENSES (STL -3)

Winners of the ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM CONTEST (EDSFC), STORY THROUGH LENSES – III (STL -3) organised by CREESS-IJENAS, are declared. The details of the winners are as follows: 

1st Prize Name of the participant: Shashank Bhosale, Goa, India
Title of the video: The Birdman of Chorao
Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGYR-Y-jh4s&t=32s 

Short description of the video:

Uday Mandrekar, a boatman, is known as Birdman of Chorao, island of Goa for his in depth knowledge  on local  avian life and its underlying zeal to clean and protect mangroves. A perfect human-environment interaction.
2nd PrizeName of the participant: Sudhir Ranjan Choudhury, New Delhi, India
Title of the video: The Goddess of Bamboo
Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8yaQPZ_uCg 

Short description of the video:

It is a video on how a patch of virgin forest conserved inside the Asia's largest Aluminium company ( NALCO), Damanjodi, Koraput by the local communities . This is all about conservation of nature by traditional practices and beliefs.

3rd PrizeName of the participant: Anuj Raina, Gujrat, India
Title of the video: Gharat- Grinding wheat, the traditional way
Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2iaXYyQ5sQ&t=3s  

Short description of the video:

The video is about "Gharat", which is one of the traditional ways of grinding wheat. Being one of the environment friendly ways of grinding wheat, it is still being used in rural parts of various Indian states. 

1st Prize

ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM CONTEST (EDSFC)

STORY THROUGH LENSES (STL -2)

Winners of the ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM CONTEST (EDSFC), STORY THROUGH LENSES – II (STL -2) organised by CREESS-IJENAS, are declared. The details of the winners are as follows: 

Name of the participant: Sulagna Chattopadhyay
Present Institution/Affiliation: Editor, Geography and You, IRIS Publication Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
Title of the video: O Bhai Sahab
Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAAglLC4q6g   

Short description of the video:
A short satirical take on the serious air pollution situation in the capital. The account is an eye-opener about how we are all passive smokers in Delhi, whether we like it or not.       



2nd PrizeName of the participant: Kuesti Fraun
Present Institution/Affiliation: 40477 Düsseldorf, Germany
Title of the video: Capacities
Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90N7OnC8ssc 

Short description of the video:
A description of capacity, as it exists in general and un/limited nature for man and his environment.


1st Prize

ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM CONTEST (EDSFC)

STORY THROUGH LENSES (STL -1)

Name of the participant: Deepa Gupta, Sireesha Sudhakar Patnaik
          Present Institution/ Affiliation: Development and Planning Professionals- Development Record Studio.
          Title of the video: Impressions of Chilika
          Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn5V7WnREdE
           
           Short description of the video:
           Climate change and manmade change have attributed to a kaleidoscopic image of overlaps where it's difficult to estimate what has                  lead to the other? This cyclic occurrences have resulted in a creation of a hostile physical environment which is neither safe for habitat nor              mankind! Video impressions here showcase how livelihood and environment are co-related in and around Chilika region and any                        development which has to come should be able to respect that delicate bondage!
2nd PrizeName of the participant: Bhavika Sharma
          Present Institution/ Affiliation: Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Panthaghati (Shimla)
          Title of the video: Climate change and Agriculture, the ire of climate on fire for farmers
          Youtube Link :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWDG8c9sixY&feature=youtu.be
           
           Short description of the video:
           The heat of global warming and climate change is felt at every level. These adverse impacts have made the lives of farmers miserable.              Many seasonal streams have dried and droughts have been a recent phenomenon in the foot hills and mid hills. The farmer community                which entirely depends on the agricultural activities have started shifting to non agricultural activities like labour work. In a country like                  India where agriculture is the main stay and adopting a slogan “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”, comes a great responsibility not only for the                      government, but the entire nation to work collectively towards the menace of Climatic changes witnessed recently. Every action counts.                  The efforts done here could prove beneficial at a global level too. In Mahatma Gandhi’s words: Be the change you want to see in the                World.