SIA Training Programme 15-17 December, 2011 | Centre for Science and Environment


SIA Training Programme 15-17 December, 2011

     
 
     
List of participants    
     

Minian Palaniappan
Department of Urban Planning,   SPA, New Delhi
palaniplanning@yahoo.com

Ikbal Hossain
Project Director, ARCAB, Bangladesh
ikbal1174@yahoo.com

Naresh Kumar Jhamb
Former Member Secretary, Atomic Energy Refulary Board, GoI. Residence: D- 14A/15, Model Town, Delhi – 110009
nkjhamb@yahoo.com, nkjhamb@hotmail.com

Dileni Rajapaksha
Senior Environmental Officer, EIA, Division, Central Environmental, Authority, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka.
dileni@cea.lk

Keerthi D. Souza
keerthi.dsouza@gmail.com

C H Pandya
IFS, Addl Project Director, ICZM project, Gandhinagar.
chandrashekharpandya@yahoo.co.in

Ishwar Desai
Social Scientist, ICZM Gandhinagar

Dinesh Raj Subedi
Lecturer, Social Economics, Purbanchal University,Nepal
dsubedi287@gmail.com

Krishna Pandey
Lecturer, Social Economics, Purbanchal University, Nepal
krishnapandey40@yahoo.com,  Krishnapandey40@gmail.com

G. Krishnamoorthy
UNISTAR ENVIRONMENT AND RESEARCH LABS PVT.LTD
g.krishnamoorthy@gmail.com 

Girish K M
Research Associate, EMPRI
girishatwork.10@gmail.com

  M. Freeda Maria Swarna
Principal Investigator, Ecotourism, Empri (Environmental Management and Policy Research Institute), Bangalore.
freedz_wildlife@yahoo.co.in

W G Prasanna Kumar
wgpkumar@gmail.com

Mamta Chandar
Director, Jagriti, Kullu
mamta@jagritikullu.orgmamtachandar@yahoo.com

Vinay Tandon
Advisor, Jagriti, Kullu

Sapna Kulshreshtha
Maruti

Mandira Nagrath
Maruti

Amit Yadav
J.M.EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd
jmenviro@hotmail.com

Jagdish Tamak
ITC, Ph D (Agronomy),
jagdish.tamak@itc.in

Zamil Akhtar
ITC
zamil.akhtar@itc.in

R. Venkataramana
ITC
rv.ramana@itc.in

 

Anand Kumar Chakravarty
Hindustan Zinc Limited, Rampura Agucha
anand.chakravarty@vedanta.co.in

Gaurav Prakash
CAPITA SYMONDS, 904, 9th floor, Gopal Heights, D9 Netaji Subhash Place, New Delhi 110034
gaurav.prakash@capita.co.uk

Harshita Sarma
CAPITA SYMONDS
harshita.sarma@capita.co.uk

     

Announcements

  • This interdisciplinary month-long summer certificate course on environment and development issues allows Indian participants to understand and critically evaluate issues that lie at the interface of environment and development- poverty, democracy, equity and justice.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool for decisionmakers, regulators and stakeholders to understand the potential impacts (adverse as well as favourable) of the developmental activities on environment and society. EIA is a process to internalize the externalities associated with the project activities and cost for decision—making.

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