Annual media briefing on Climate Change | Centre for Science and Environment

Annual media briefing on Climate Change


  • Date: Friday, October 9, 2015

    Venue: Indian Forest Research Institute (IFRI) conference hall Dehradun, Uttarakhand

    The Himalayas and the cities and towns that they tower over have been at the receiving end of various kinds of environmental threats – unplanned urban growth, depleting reserves of natural resources like water and forests, growing pollution of air and water, and disastrous impacts of a changing climate.

  • A first-ever comprehensive scientific analysis of the US climate action plan 

    The threat of climate change is real and we can already see the impacts of extreme weather events in the sub-continent and beyond. There is no question that all countries must take on decisive steps to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, in the interests of all. 

  • Date: November 5-6, 2015

    New Delhi, India

    As 2015 draws to a close, all eyes would be turned towards Paris and CoP21, where the world would be trying to negotiate a global agreement to stem the slide. What are the expectations from Paris? Where do the negotiations stand now? Have any latest scientific breakthroughs happened to throw more light on the subject?

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