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Dharamsala, 5 June 2010: Tesi Environmental Awareness Movement (TEAM) today announced this year's Tesi Environmental Service Award to Rangjung Khoryug Sungkyob Tsokpa (Environmental Protection Organization). Rangjung Khoryug Sungkyob Tsokpa (RKST) is an association of Kagyu Buddhist monasteries to help protect the Himalayan region from environmental degradation under the leadership of His Holiness the 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje.

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Dharamsala, 5 June 2010: Today on its founding anniversary, Tesi Environmental Awareness Movement organized a daylong Eco-forum for the Tibetan monastic communities in and around Dharamsala. From 9 am to 5 pm, two monks each from fifteen monasteries and nunneries gathered at the Conference Hall of Library of Tibetan Works and Archives to discuss the theme: The Role of Tibetan Monastic Communities in Environmental Protection. This forum particularly recognizes that the monastic community has always played a very important role in shaping the Tibetan society towards better living and that the time has now come to lead the Tibetans towards a more eco-friendly and sustainable way of living.

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Tesi Environmental Awareness Movement (TEAM) is happy to announce this year's Tesi Environmental Service Award to Rangjung Khoryug Sungkyob Tsokpa (Environmental Protection Organization). Rangjung Khoryug Sungkyob Tsokpa (RKST) is an association of Kagyu Buddhist monasteries to help protect the Himalayan region from environmental degradation under the leadership of His Holiness the 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje.

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