The site is prone to intense seismic activity. Much ecological damage is apparent. You can let us know in the comment section below. Women held sustained agitations against the habit of alcoholism and broadened the agenda of the movement to cover other social issues.
The Chipko women have devised a simple way for sharing this produce. This has given the movement its name Chipko Andolan, the tree hugging movement.
Moreover, the construction of dams, factories and roads had already led to deforestation. Tehri Dam on the Bhagirathi Ganga in Uttaranchal at the foot hills of Himalayas is big project of billions of rupees.
The area is highly resourced with abundant water resources and forests. By the s the movement had spread throughout India. Though the objectives of the movement were broad based, the main objective was to protect the trees on the Himalayan slopes from the axes of contractors of forest.
Over the years they also became primary stakeholders in a majority of the afforestation work that happened under the Chipko movement.
This movement incorporated Gandhian methods of satyagraha and non-violent resistance, through the act of hugging trees to protect them from being felled. The head of the village Mahila Mangal Dal announces once a month a particular day on which one member from each family can take away as much grass as she can.
The Uttarakhand region is a highly remote area due to its precipitous slopes, with thin and fragile soils. The villagers appeal to the government went in vain.
Also in the s, activists like Bahuguna protested against construction of the Tehri dam on the Bhagirathi Riverwhich went on for the next two decades, before founding the Beej Bachao Andolan, the Save the Seeds movement, that continues to the present day.
A massive programme for setting up biogas plants, especially in the lower region be taken up. Soon the area became the object of exploitation by these entrepreneurs. Every water source should be trapped to generate hydroelectric power.
Although many of its leaders were men, women were not only its backbone, but also its mainstay, because they were the ones most affected by the rampant deforestation, [ citation needed ]which led to a lack of firewood and fodder as well as water for drinking and irrigation.
Thus, started the Chipko Movement. So these were some tips to write the essay. An essay is made of 3 parts- The introduction, main story and ending with the conclusion. The policies were reframed, claiming that the overuse and misuse of the forests was causing deforestation.
Over the next few weeks, rallies and meetings continued in the Reni area.
Bhatt set out for the villages in the Reni area, and incited the villagers, who decided to protest against the actions of the government by hugging the trees.
People should be encouraged to set up their community power houses. By the s the movement had spread throughout India and led to formulation of people-sensitive forest policies, which put a stop to the open felling of trees in regions as far reaching as Vindhyas and the Western Ghats.The Chipko movement also known as the chipko andolan was a forest conservation movement.
It began in in India. Inthe Right Livelihood Award was given to the the Chipko Movement/5(6). The Chipko movement or Chipko Andolan is a movement that practiced the Gandhianmethods of satyagraha and non-violent resistance.
This is mainly done through the act of hugging trees to protect them from being cut down. This was first started by Amrita Devi while protesting against a. Short note on Chipko Movement Category: History of India On March 19, By Rahul Kakkar Environmental movements like Chipko have become historical landmarks because the ecological insights and political and moral strengths of women have fueled them.
The movement was organized to oppose the ruthless destruction of nature to achieve short term gains. Mr Bahuguna emphasized the importance of trees in environment which check the erosion of soil, cause rains and provide pure air.
The Chipko movement or Chipko Andolan was a forest conservation movement where people embraced the trees to prevent them from being cut. Mar 26, · Students in class 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 are usually asked to write an essay, speech, paragraph, a brief note on such topics and the CHipko Movement is the perfect example of that.
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