zero carbon footprint

"mon chasha" is going for a "mo plastic zone"
“mon chasha” is going for a “mo plastic zone”

monchasha is set to become a model eco tourism project in india as the admin is committed to turn the project into a cent percent “no plastic” zone. The stringent enforcement on the use of plastic bag is going to be imposed very soon by the administrative body along with the local panchayet.

 

required bamboo, logs, hogla etc materials were transported through the meandering bagda river beside monchasha
required bamboo, log, hogla etc materials were transported through the meandering river

“mon chasha” supports the zero carbon slogan which means no more carbon emission added to atmosphere from other sources to the natural co2 of earth that existed before the project in reality. zero carbon refers to zero carbon dioxide emission. according to “mon chasha” practically zero carbon theory is practically impossible but we are trending for the lowest possible.

 

"mon chasha" is heading for a zero carbon footprint project
“mon chasha” is heading for a zero carbon footprint project

 

Published by nilanjan basu

i am nilanjan, i have always been interested in traveling and photography since my childhood and be inspired by other similar souls. i am working with some alternate tourism modules and still searching for a better one based on sustainability. i basicaly act as a consultant on rural based sustainable ecotourism. my hobby is for creative endeavors in the rural field in india! thank you for visiting my profile! go green! go rural.

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