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Updated: September 8, 2010 01:17 IST

South Australia Premier Mike Rann honoured

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GREEN WARRIOR: Mike Rann, South Australia Prime Minis receiving the ‘Global Champion of Climate Change’ awad from M.B..Nirmal, founder of Exnora International at a function in Chennai on Tuesday. Abdul Ghani, Youth Exnora International president ( left), is in the picture. Photo: Special Arrangement
GREEN WARRIOR: Mike Rann, South Australia Prime Minis receiving the ‘Global Champion of Climate Change’ awad from M.B..Nirmal, founder of Exnora International at a function in Chennai on Tuesday. Abdul Ghani, Youth Exnora International president ( left), is in the picture. Photo: Special Arrangement

For his contribution to environmental protection

The Premier of South Australia Mike Rann was, on Monday, awarded the ‘Global Champion of Climate Change' by Exnora International. He was honoured for his pioneering contributions to environmental protection and cutting down carbon emissions.

M.B. Nirmal, founder, Exnora International, and Abdul Ghani, Youth Exnora International president, felicitated Mr. Rann at the South Australian State Dinner.

Australian High Commissioner to India Peter Varghese, Senior Trade Commissioner, Govt of South Australia, AK Tareen, and an official delegation from South Australia were among those present on the occasion.

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