Towards Green Village - Nov – 19 to 23 2007 | Centre for Science and Environment

Towards Green Village - Nov – 19 to 23 2007


List of participants

Dr. Rina Routray
Women's Orgnaisation
for Socio Cultural 
Baladev Colony,
Dist: Keonjhar-758001

Vinita Tatke 
MAITRI " Swasti", 39
Kanan Kasturi Infrasys 17
Qutub View Apartments
Katwaria Sarai
New Delhi-110016

Arindam Bahadury
Department of Social Welfare
Samity Complex Kumargram
District Jalpaiguri
West Bengal-736202

Maitryee Bagchi
Seba Sangha Village
South Rampur
District Jalpaiguri
West Bengal -736207

Dave Madan
H1/58, Second Floor
New Delhi-18

Vutukuri Gangi Reddy
Rural Reconstruction and Development Society (RRDS)
Maruthi Nagar
Nellore district
Andhra Pradesh

Kartikeya Singh
Compton Fellow
47 Uday prk
Asiad Village Road
New Delhi-110049

Rahul. V Deshpande
Venu Madhuri Trust 1/2
Shstri Nagar
Kolhapur- 416008

Bipin Topo   
Foundation for
Ecological Security
Anand- 388001

Rashid Khan   
Foundation for
Ecological Security
Anand- 388001



Pat Monaco   
Avenue du vert-
chasseur 52 1180

Mr. Anil Kumar Gupta
Pheet Rental Flat 63
Kankarbagh Colony
Lohiya Nagar

Bhaskar Sur   
Bibartan Radical
Humanist Association 87
District- Hooghly
West Bengal-712136

kazue yasuhara     
International Christian
c/o Dhvanyaloka
Centre for Indian Studies
Mysore-570 006

Dr. Kshama Metre   
CORD (Chinmaya Organisation
for Rural Development)
District Kangra
H.P-176 057,

Savita Gupta   
Larsen and Turbo/21
Motilal Nehru Nagar (OLD)
Bhilai, Chattisgarh- 490020

Philip Mathew   
Self Employed Women's
Association  (SEWA)
KRAD - 51 Kuthiravattom Lane Kunnumpuram

 Blaise Miranda   
a/104, Tiberias Building
Near Bishop's House Stella
Vasai West District- 401207

Susanta Kumar Rout   
Foundation for
Ecological Security
Anand 388001

Kiran Kumari   
Foundation for
Ecological Security 






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