Chapter 2: City Session Gangtok
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29/01/2019

City Sessions is a collaboration of a live show between Twitter India and Let Me breathe, where decision makers, experts and citizens come together to find short term and long term solutions to city level climate change, air pollution and other environment issues collectively.

Let Me Breathe hosted its second city session with Twitter India in Gangtok, Sikkim on November 4, 2018, with the aim of finding collective solutions to environmental issues of Gangtok.

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From one of the most polluted cities in india to the cleanest – City Session Chapter 2 #BehindTheScene—City Sessions is a partnership between #LetMeBreathe and Twitter to bring forward crowdsourced discussions on pollution between decision makers, experts and people like you, from different cities across India.

Posted by Let Me Breathe on Saturday, November 24, 2018

Previously held in New Delhi, the City Sessions are aimed at building a talking space between decision-makers, citizens and young people that are focused on climate change in their city. 

The panel included Ms. Usha Lachungpa (Principal Research Officer, Forest, Environment and Wildlife Dept. Government of Sikkim), Dr. Gopal (Principal Scientist at State Pollution Control Board of Sikkim), Mr. Rewaj Chettri (Founder and CEO of NE-Taxi), Ms. Teshering Uden Bhutia (CEO of Khanghendzonga Conservation Comittee) and Mr. Pankaj Dhungel (Reporter at Sikkim Express).

The panelists interacted live with citizens on twitter to tackle some of the most pressing questions online and also shared their solutions to tackle pollution in Gangtok.

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