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E -Learning - Global Warming in a Still Unequal World

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List of participants    
     

Darshan Karki   
South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics & Environment (SAWTEE), Kathmandu
dkarkey@gmail.com

Lassaube Gaia
MAINE University - 2d year - Geography and sustainable development
gaia.lassaube@gmail.com

Dhaval Negandhi
Indian Institute of Forest Management 
negandhi.dhaval@gmail.com

Smruti Soni
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Delhi University, B.A. (Hons) Business Economics. smrutisoni@yahoo.com;  seraph.smruti@gmail.com

Saravana Raja
M IT InfraStructure Management 
sraaja@yahoo.com

Aparna Sethi   
University of Oxford
aparnanahar@gmail.com

Ankita Rathi   
CEPT University - Working as Project Associate with CRDU-CEPT University
ankitarathi@gmail.com

Isabelle-Jasmin Roth
BRIDGE TO INDIA. 
isabelle-jasmin.roth@bridge-to-india.com

Velma Grover
Individual - Interested in climate change issues.
vgrover@rogers.com

Tamillkumar
Madurai Insitute of Social Sciences - Social development professional (DRM)
kn.tamilkumar@gmail.com

Dr LC Patyal   
H.P.Forest Department 
lc_patyal@yahoo.co.in

Bindu Sanjay Kumar
Deputy news editor (Economictimes.com)
bindusk2020@gmail.com

Rinchen Lama
Interested in climate change issues
rinchen.l@gmail.com

Anjulee Patka
Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Pune
anjuleep@gmail.com

Elisa Roma
Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Knigdom - PhD water and sanitation management in developing countries    e.roma@cranfield.ac.uk

Sarabjit Butalia
Applied Research International - Professor Maritime Sciences and Environmental studies
sarabjitbutalia@airtelmail.in

Papia Samajdar
Casa de Lenguas German Language Trainer   
papia.samajdar@gmail.com

Tejasvini Chalikonda
Interested in climate change issues 
c.tejasvini@gmail.com

Monica V  
 
Interested in climate change issues.   
monicadinesh@gmail.com

Prajwal Baral

Interested in climate change issues
baralprajwal@gmail.com

Ribeiro Estrada
Interested in climate change issues
glubao@gmail.com

Mohit K. Jolly
Interested in climate change issues
mkjolly.15@gmail.com

M.KAMALASEKAR
Interested in climate change issues
kamaljivi@gmail.com

Kusum Mirchandani
Interested in climate change issues.
kusum077@hotmail.com

Amala Akkineni
Interested in climate change issues     
a.akkineni@gmail.com

Sejuti Basu
Interested in climate change issues.
sejutibasu@yahoo.co.in

Richa Sharma   
Interested in climate change issues
richaht@gmail.com

Mark Kirkels
Interested in climate change issues
mark.kirkels@cycling.nl

TVS Anudeep

 Interested in climate change issues
anudeep009@gmail.com

Pragya Aishwarya Lama 
  
Interested in climate change issues
pragya.lama@gmail.com

Rajita Kurup

Interested in climate change issues
rajitakurup@gmail.com

Manohar Patil   
Interested in climate change issues
manohar_patil1111@yahoo.com

 

 

Vaisakh Shaji   
National Univeristy of Juridical Sciences , Kolkata - First year law student
vaise89@gmail.com

Divjot Singh
ONGC - Assistant Executive Engineer-Civil
divjots@gmail.com

Parth Joshi
Snow Leopard Adventures (P) Ltd 
parth.rkt@gmail.com

Chandni Singh
Going to start PhD in climate change induced water scarcity and community initiatives to tackle the same.    
chandni23mar@gmail.com

Ashirbad S Raha
Winrock International India
ashirbad.raha@gmail.com

Nimisha Kapoor
Dept. of Communication Studies, University of Pune. 
iluvschumacher@gmail.com

David Hogg
Naandi Foundation 
david@naandi.org

Peter Haas
Professor - University of Massachusetts   
haas@polsci.umass.edu

Vasudha Ravichandran
University of Guelph, 4th yr, Wildlife Biology - part-time student curator at the University of Guelph insect collection museum    crimsoncarnage@gmail.com

Akshay Kanthi   
National Institute of Technology, Karnataka
aksanoble@gmail.com

Rajwinder Takk
Student - Ontario University
rtakk@live.com

Amreshwar Pratap Singh
DLF
ayepee99@yahoo.com

Chaya Ravishankar
NITK, SuratKal - Masters NITK/2nd Year Environmental Engineering
chaya.ravi84@gmail.com

Ankita Anand   
Secretary - National Campaign for People's Right to Information
anandankita2@gmail.com

Achyutha Rao Aleti
Interested in climate change issues.
a.achyuth@gmail.com

Alexis Toussaint
INALCO (Paris) - Student .Licence (Bachelor) Third year Subject: Hindi/Urdu and South Asian civilisation    the_new_alex1@yahoo.com

Swapna Harshavardhan,
IT - autuomotive eng / environment ngo
sapna.sb@gmail.com

Arun Raj
Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology - B tech - Electronics and Comm
arun.raj13@gmail.com

Mattias Söderberg
DCA 
msd@dca.dk

Dinesh Kumar   
Interested in climate change issues
dkdhochak@gmail.com

Manisha Garg
Interested in climate change issues   
b.mgarg6@gmail.com

Kush Sethi
Interested in climate change issues.
kushsethi16@gmail.com

Rajesh Manerikar
Interested in climate change issues.
rmanerikar@rediffmail.com

Priya
Interested in climate change issues.   
shuklapriyas@gmail.com

Sanjoy kumar
Interested in climate change issues.
sanju.kumar789@gmail.com

Ranjita Menon   
Interested in climate change issues.
menon.ranjita@gmail.com

Danielle Meitiv   
Interested in climate change issues
dmeitiv@catf.us

Katie Goode
Interested in climate change issues
katievgoode@hotmail.com

Walter Kennedy
Interested in climate change issues
walterkennedyb@gmail.com

Chatura Vaidya
Interested in climate change issues
cvaidya@clemson.edu

Kiran Vernitia Pereira
INFOSYS   
KiranVernitia_P@infosys.com

Lokendra Thakkar
Interested in climate change issues
lokendrathakkar@yahoo.co. in

 

Announcements

  • Date: November 24-26, 2014

    ‘Septage’ is both solid and liquid waste that accumulates in onsite sanitation systems (OSS) e.g. septic tanks. This has three main components – scum, effluent and sludge. It has an offensive odour, appearance and contains significant levels of grease, grit, hair, debris and pathogenic micro organisms. The construction and management of OSS are left largely to ineffective local practices and there is lack of holistic septage management practices.

  • Has diesel pricing deregulation helped address toxic risk from diesel vehicles?’

    Jacaranda 2, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

    November 28, 2014

    10 AM-6.00 PM

    Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to a day-long briefing on whether diesel price deregulation has helped bring down the pollution caused by diesel vehicles.

  • The fast growing economy, rapid industrialisation and growing urban population in India along with increasing wastewater generation are reasons for concern and reiterate the need for appropriate water management practices. Centre for Science and Environment recognises this need and has developed a five-day hands on training programme aimed at giving practical exposure to participants on wastewater treatment for industrial and urban wastewater management including reuse and recycle.

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