FACULTY ADVISORS: Mr. M. Mahindra Prabu, Assistant Professor(Law)
We, the current generation, are facing one of the most daunting problems that has ever plagued mankind: climate change and waste management. Of the many global issues being faced by us, climate change remains the most prominent and important issue to be addressed. Climate change is inevitable; but efforts can be taken to slow down the process and possibly reverse the damages done to the flora and fauna. With an idea of community participation and awareness, the Environmental Club came into existence in August 2015 and ever since its inception; the Club has organized three successful Cleanliness Drives and Sapling Plantation Drives.
WHAT WE DO:
The Eco Club is aimed at channelling collective efforts towards the preservation and conservation of the flora and fauna in and around the sprawling 25 acre campus of the Tamil Nadu National Law School. As we continue to grow as an institution, we face new problems each semester and our efforts are channelled in tackling the issues at hand. The club is always filled with excitement with activities ranging from organizing sapling plantation drives to getting your hands dirty during cleanliness drives; the club offers a plethora of opportunities to those who truly wish to make a change.
HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?
The Eco Club is not a club which requires an invitation for one to be a member. Any student or faculty member is free to be a part of the club as long as one has the interest to not just make but leave an impact. Be your own judge, if you believe that you are someone who’d like to thrive in a greener campus and would like to be a part of the change.
Shoot a mail stating your interest with respect to the same at email@example.com. Here’s to one decision you won’t regret!
Field Day Initiative 2019: The Eco Club is aimed at channeling collective efforts towards the preservation and conservation of the flora and fauna in and around the sprawling 25 acre campus of the Tamil Nadu National Law School. As we continue to grow as an institution, we face new problems each semester and our efforts are channeled in tackling the issues at hand. The club is always filled with excitement with activities ranging from organizing sapling plantation drives to getting your hands dirty during cleanliness drives; the club offers a plethora of opportunities to those who truly wish to make a change.
As a part of our New Every Sunday, Field Day Initiative we will be conducting a Survey of Tress in our University Campus on 03.02.2019 (Sunday). According to the Report of the University Tree Census conducted during 2016-17 there were 728 Trees in our University Campus.
If you are interested, please join us this SUNDAY at 6 AM in front of the University Library for conducting Tree Census Survey 2019. The survey is ongoing…..
• Campus cleanup- The agenda of Environmental Conservation Club of Tamil Nadu National Law University is to inculcate the habit of environmental awareness and self-sustenance amongst the residents of the University. In taking the efforts to do so, one of the many events that are being conducted every year, is the Campus Clean Up. Following the same this year, the Campus Clean Up was conducted on the 12th of November, 2018. Aimed at a larger perspective of inculcating eco-consciousness among the students, this event was mainly about educating the residents about the waste that was being generated inside the campus and finding meaningful ways to dispose it without imposing a larger harm on the environment itself. This is essential as the students of TNNLU are exposed to a number of non-bio degradable wastes such as the plastic bags, water bottles, metal tin cans etc. each and every day. The initiatives of the Eco Club have been significant in creating awareness amongst its residents. Read more…..
• Photography contest- “Capture The Moment 2018”, was the second edition of the photography competition organized by the Eco Club. This year the theme was Biodiversity in TNNLU, giving students an opportunity to explore the flora and fauna abundantly present in our campus. Read more…..
• Sapling plantation- Being a budding new campus, creating an avid green cover has been one of the goals of the club since its inception. Fortunately, we have received support from the institution as well as the local authorities in achieving the same. The university received approximately 30 saplings from the Block Development Officer, Manikandam, Trichy. These sampling are considered to be adaptive to the climate and soil conditions of Trichy. Read more…..