Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education Dehradun To Train Carbon Flux Tower Raghunath Nagar Staff

Chhattisgarh's first carbon flux tower installed in Raghunath Nagar: Training program on September 12
Scientists arrived from Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education Dehradun

Raipur, 11 September 2021: Chhattisgarh's first carbon flux tower has been installed in Raghunath Nagar, a border forest range in North Chhattisgarh, to study the impact on the environment on the basis of gases emitted from forests.

This forest range is included in Balrampur Forest Division. Divisional Forest Officer Balrampur Shri Laxman Singh said that in connection with its study, a training program for departmental officers has been organized in Raghunath Nagar from 10 am on September 12.

Scientists and trainers of Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, Dehradun will also be present on this occasion.