Prof. Higa visits Sikkim7 Oct 2019
EM Rectifying Boundary was introduced as a measure against beast harm in the lecture at Hotel Lemon Tree in Gangtok, in addition to EM Rectification Boundaries utilized in Japan, Higa Theory was also explained.
The boundary was the main interest among the estimated 70 participants, where Bhutan Government and Farmers could also be found.
In the next stage, Sikkim will respond to environmental problems (garbage and sewage treatment) and forest conservation (landslides). It was proposed that the state government, Maple, and EMRO will exchange agreements as EM is efficient as a countermeasure for these problems.
"The Sikkim Chronicle" interviewed Prof. Higa, he explained briefly the discovery of EM to the audience.
See the interview in The Sikkim Chronicle YouTube channel!
In addition, two articles were published about this visit in local newspapers, click here for the article from Summit Times, or click here for the article from Gangtok Times.