New Delhi, March 20: There isn’t a better way to learn about the environment and the issues on the ground than by attending the ‘Agenda for Survival’ programme announced by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). Tailored for young people and professionals between the age of 18 and 25 years who wish to understand the key environmental issues confronting India and the world, the programme allows opportunities to participants to see for themselves what communities experience in rural and urban India.
A Short Course on Information Management Tools and Techniques, Strategic Communication and Web-Based Outreach Course Date: February 03-05, 2016
ANIL AGARWAL MEDIA FELLOWSHIPS FOR SOUTH ASIA The Anil Agarwal Fellowships for South Asia support the participation of students and development professionals from South Asia in all training programmes conducted by the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute.
Applications accepted from national and international applicants. Fellowships available for participants from Africa