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hello sir ,it was very awesome shots ,but makes us to worry about the future of us were we are one among in the eco system.proper plans have to be implied to over come its effects .( sir i personally like your comments ,the thoughtful & proper implying manner is it your way of style .)cheers.
The pictures were great, but the hope and recognition by Mr. Verma is profound.

"We must realise that one forest does not replace another. Once scraped or cleared, the native wildlife and vegetation on the land disappears forever and the exotic plants that are planted only make matters worse. We also have to a relook at our landuse patterns. Mining and quarrying are critical components of a developing country and one cannot stop these activities completely as all of us depend on them. However, what we can do, is make the right choices. Insist on ban of mining and quarrying in critical and sensitive wildlife areas. Insist on the companies taking care of the land during mining and extraction as well as post-mining by having a good, ecological restoration programs."
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