Dumka, Sep 30 (UNI) Enviromental scientists have urged the masses to understand the need for preservation of nature as a growing concern in the world these days.
Participating in the two-day international symposium on 'Recent advances in contemporary biology and environmental issues and sustainable development', these scientists discussed the grave situation being faced by mankind as a consequence of our own faults.
Speaking at the concluding session of the symposium today, Professor Christian Urichs from Germany said perservation of nature is most essential adding it was possible if we all started protecting the vegetation.
He said people throughout the world should adopt nano-technology to save plants adding that plants played a vital role in the development of nature.
Another environmentalist Professor H L Harbi from Saudi Arabia said the entire world was passing through the stage of information revolution and issues concerning nature preservation should be properly addressed.
Yesterday, advisor to Prime Minister Office P B Dehadrai urged to adopt techniques of aquaculture for increasing fish produce.
Other prominent persons present included SKMU Vice Chancellor Victor Tigga, Pro VC Arbind Kumar, M A Kabir from Malayasia and D K Sreshtha from Nepal Tribhuwan University.