Showtime creates India Pavilion for UN Conference in Paris


India's harmony with nature, action plans to curb carbon emissions and an e-book depicting the country’s conscious towards environment over the years was showcased at the India Pavilion of the U.N. Climate Change Conference held in Paris.

The pavilion created by Showtime Events was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday as he switched on the water screen with the message of "just climate action" on it.

It is reported that the pavilion also incorporated an 'ipad-forest' from the visitors could avail knowledge about India's commitments to curb greenhouse gas emissions, its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), expectations from the Paris Climate change summit, an India quiz and a host of other sections.

Additionally, the pavilion also showcased films on environment friendly measures taken up by India via a massive 360 degree projection screen.

Talking about the creation, Anjan Chatterjee, Creative Designer, Showtime said, "The brief we got from the Prime Minister's office wanted to showcase the past on how India has lived in harmony with nature but we decided to not go back to the conventional idea of demonstrating India as it was and instead created a picture of what India today is.”

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