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CSE's South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2011

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New Delhi, India

November 16-17, 2011

The stage is getting set for the 17th Conference of Parties (CoP) in Durban. This is also the year which might sound the death knell for the Kyoto Protocol. In which direction would climate change negotiations and action head in the coming years? What more evidence has the science and study of climate change thrown up? And would the debates and discussions on mitigation and adaptation be a little more transparent, coherent and comprehensible this year?

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We, at Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) Media Resource Unit, think these and many other similar questions would have found an answer at our Annual South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change.

Journalists from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, attended the workshop to get an insight of the ongoing advances in the climate negotiations as well as progress on mitigation, adaptation, finance and technology fronts.

The two day workshop was attended by over 120 journalists, writing on local, national and gobal levels about the ongoing mesh of talks, to corner the government representatives, consultants and industry about the future plans to combat climate change. The workshop brought together scientists, negotiations, experts, industry, consultants, government representatives to brief the journalists and answer their queries and bring them up to date with the events.  The workshop was concluded by the Minister MOEF Ms. Jayanthi Natarajan

 

 

For more information, please get in touch with any one of the following:

Souparno Banerjee
Phone 099108 64339
Fax 91-11-29955879
Email souparno@cseindia.org

Papia Samajdar
Phone: 91-11-29956399 ext 282
Fax 91-11-29955879
Email papia@cseindia.org

 

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  • New Delhi, India
    November 6-7, 2014

    Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi (India)-based research and advocacy organisation, invites applications from journalists to attend its Annual Media Briefing on Climate Change. The briefing will be held in New Delhi on November 6-7, 2014. It will bring together media people and experts from countries of the Global South to discuss and debate a range of contemporary issues covering the science, politics, negotiations and impacts of climate change.

    CSE has been conducting this annual media meet – but only for South Asian journalists -- since 2009. This year, the event has been opened up to journalists from other countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    CSE will support the travel and accommodation of selected participants.

    • For any queries, please write to the following:

    Souparno Banerjee
    Email: souparno@cseindia.org

    OR

    Papia Samajdar
    Email: papia@cseindia.org

    Register here>>

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    The Media Resource Centre

    Souparno Banerjee, programme director
    Email: souparno@cseindia.org

    Papia Samajdar, deputy programme manager
    Email: papia@cseindia.org

    Sheeba Madan, programme officer
    Email: sheeba@cseinda.org

    Aavika Dhande, intern

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