"Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum" is a dynamic radio programme on climate change and environmental issues in association with Prasar Bharti by MP CDM Agency that features issues related to climate change and environment conservation. The programme is aired on 188.32 MW (Akashwani) and 103.5 FM (Vividh Bharti) on Tuesday 6.15 pm/ Wednesday10.15am every week. (This program can also be heard at FM Indore & FM Jabalpur)
Through this programme EPCO aims at creating a rich archive of programmes that discuss issues of climate change which affect all of us on a daily basis. The radio programmes are an interesting mix of opinions and experiences of experts who have been working in the field for decades now. As the listener we hope that the programme will help you in forming your own informed opinions about climate change.
Each programme deals with a different aspect of climate change and in case you are unable to listen in live we also share the programme on "Ek Duniya anEk Awaaz" at www.edaa.in and on the Madhya Pradesh Climate Change Knowledge Management Portal at www.skmccc.net

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 2)

11 June 2014
In this radio programme the importance of forests has been discussed at large. Why forests are necessary for human life and how they add to our life is discussed here with a reference to climate change and global warming. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 3)

11 June 2014
This is a radio Q & A episode where the audience is asking question related to climate change and environment. Mr. Lokendra Thakkar, GM of MPCDM Agency answers the questions of the audience. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 4)

11 June 2014
This episode discusses the disadvantages of traditional energy sources. The harmful effects of CO2 and how this gas is being emmitted by different sources is also discussed in this episode. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 5)

11 June 2014
This episode talks about the research and studies conducted on climate change and how to connect and use these for the grassroot activities and programme. Some important points are shared here to make better use of theoretical knowledge in our day to day life. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 6)

11 June 2014
This episode discusses renewable energy sources and their benefits over the traditional sources. The main highlights of the discussion in this episode is on how renewable energy helps us fight climate change and how we can adopt the new energy sources. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 7)

11 June 2014
In this radio programme crucial information is provided on the issues of climate change, global warming, and green house gas emissions. The answers to the questions of the audience have been answered by Mr. Lokendra Thakkar, MD of MPCDM Agency. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 8)

11 June 2014
In this episode important information about global warming and climate change has been shared. This information is vital for the farmers in order to protect their crops, forests, livestocks and other resources from the ill effects of climate change Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 9)

11 June 2014
This episode highlights the non-indusrial causes of Greenhouse gas (GHGs) emission and how domestic activities like livestock rearing is adding to the GHG emmissions. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 10)

11 June 2014
This episode discusses the importance of water in the context of climate change. The main issues focussed in this episode are based on groundwater as well as other important sources of water. Source: www.edaa.in

Ye kahan aa gaye hum (Episode - 11)

11 June 2014
This episode discusses information about climate change, greenhouse gases and increasing atmospheric temperature of the Earth. Besides the information, the questions of the audience are also included in the episode. These questions are answered by Mr. Lokendra Thakkar, MD of MPCDM Agency. Source:...

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