URBAN TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY: AGENDA FOR REFORMS (September 16 –19, 2009) | Centre for Science and Environment


URBAN TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY: AGENDA FOR REFORMS (September 16 –19, 2009)

     
 
     
List of participants
     

Mr. Suresh Sigh   
Executive Engineer (Training)   
Kanpur Municipal
Corporation (Nagar Nigam)  

Mr. Dhanamjaya Reddy   
City Planner   
Guntur Municipal Corporation   

Mr. Ajay Dahake   
Assistant Engineer
Nagpur Municipal Corporation   

Mr. M. Sivashanmugam 
  
Deputy Director   
Chennai Metropolitan
Development Authority
   
Mr. H.V. Sannapaiah    
Assistant Director of
Town & Country Planning,    
Bangalore Metropolitan
Development Authority
Bangalore  

Mr. Jamie Osborne   
Transit Planner and
Accessibility Specialist   
Individual participant
and Researcher   

 

Mr. M.N. Ashoka   
Joint Director
Hoskote Town and
Country Planning Authority   

K.V.Durga Prasad    
Assistant Director of
Town & Country Planning  
Magadi Planning Authority
Magadi
   
N.Thimmegowda   
Assitant Director of
Town & Country Planning   
Kanakapura Planning Authority
Kannkapura
   
Ms. Tania Guha       
Veolia Transport   

 Mr. Tshwang Dorjee Lama   
Individual Researcher in
Vehicular Pollution,
Lecturer in Law College in Sikkim   
Individual participant

 

Announcements

  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is a leading environmental research and advocacy organization in India. For more than a decade, we are working in the field of impact assessment and capacity building of regulators, industries, consultants and other stakeholders.  Our experience says that our Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) framework has not been effective and failed to meet its objective of sustainable development. We understand that Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) is the right option which shall be adopted in environmental clearance process in India.

  • Mainstreaming SFD and Decentralized Wastewater Treatment in Urban Sanitation Programming

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    Venue: Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

    With increasing urban population, the sanitation crisis is growing. Even if the access to toilet has improved, the fate of the excreta generated is unclear. The conventional ways of collecting and treating/disposing waste water have failed to provide lasting solution to the water crisis we face today. 

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