February 11-13, 2019
Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI)
Nimli, Alwar, Rajasthan
From February 11 to February 13, about 100 journalists, environmentalists and experts from all over India are coming together in a state-of-the-art symposium to discuss, debate and demystify the year’s key issues of environment and development. CSE’s Annual Media Conclave – the Anil Agarwal Dialogue 2019 – will officially unveil the Down To Earth State of India’s Environment 2019 annual report, with former Supreme Court Justice Madan B Lokur and Editorial Director of Business Standard T N Ninan doing the honours.
From climate change, extreme weather events, air pollution and e-mobility to the agrarian distress and the anatomy of droughts. From environmental governance, human-wildlife conflicts and sanitation and Swachh Bharat to plastics, toxins and the fate of the Ganga. The Conclave promises a wealth of insights and information into many of India’s key environmental questions and their answers – insights and information that a journalist can use.
What makes this event unique among CSE’s AAD meets is its almost exclusive audience: journalists from across the country. The earlier AAD meets had primarily been a gathering of stakeholders engaging in a dialogue on a specific issue under discussion. The 2019 event focuses more on multiple concerns tagged to the state of India’s environment.
State of India's Environment 2019
|Nimli (Alwar), February 11, 2019
State of India’s Environment 2019 report released by CSE
|Note on Anil Agarwal|
|Anil Agarwal (1947-2002), the founder-director of Centre for Science and Environment, was a man of science as well as letters - a rare combination - and a visionary thinker to boot.|
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