International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (IUBAT) has integrated its efforts with global community by participating in the World Environmental Day-2014 Fair organized by the Department of Environment, Ministry of Environment and Forest. The week-long fair began on Thrustday,June 5, 2014 at Agargon, Dhaka.
The worldwide adopted theme of 2014: Raise your voice, not the sea level, indicating the great vulnerability of Small Island Developing States, where some 63 million people live, to sea level rise. Thus the year has been dedicated to them.
IUBAT Theme : Science Behind Tradition
IUBAT has joined the Environment Fair with number of organizations representing their own organization to contribute to the occasion as a part of integrating the the involvement with the global community.
The concerned department of IUBAT will showcase how the university has been engaged to to convert the campus into a ‘Green Campus’. The allotted stall 53 & 54 has been decorated with environment related posters and other materials for highlighting the involvement in climate change and sustainable development issues.
A dedicated contingent of students of the concerned department committed to greening methodology are briefing the visitors at IUBAT under the direction of Dr Ataur Rahman and Dr M Rehan Dastagir two experienced faculties having specialization in the environmental matters.
IUBAT has adopted its own Theme : Science Behind Tradition They are urging the visitors to participate in activities in climate change to maintain healthy environmental.
IUBAT stall at the World Environmental Day-2014 Fair is operating Video on Sustainability and Waste Recycling. Meaningful posters highlighting the theme are attractive to visitors. Moreover leaflets prepared with the essence of sustainable development and greening methodology have aroused interest among visitors. The materials stressed on sustainable practices in the best interest of human being and Mother Earth.
The main focus of of the :
——not throwing drinking bottles on street
——using recycle bins
——avoiding private cars in heavy traffic