Liberty Institute is organising a series of events across the country to explore various aspects of the climate change discourse. The seminar in Kolkata on 21 April 2012, is expected to discuss the vulnerabilities, from drought, flood, and cyclones, in the context of West Bengal.
3.00 to 3.15 pm: Welcome and Introduction
3.15 to 4.45 pm: Session 1: Climate change: Overcoming Vulnerabilities
- Mohit Roy: Global warming: Musings of a citizen of a poor country
- Sujoy Basu: Carbon emission and prospect of clean energy: Corporate responsibility
- Barun Mitra: Indian Agriculture: Overcoming climatic vulnerabilities
4.45 to 5.15 pm: Tea
5.15 to 7.00 pm: Session 2: Preparing to face the challenges
• Anjan Sen Sharma: Climate and its change: Public Perception
• Sanjeeb Mukhopadhyay: Women’s health in a changing climate
• Gautam Sen: Changing weather in the coastal belt and challenges
• Meenakshi Chattopadhyay: Sundarban Delta and its role on weather
7.00 to 8 pm: Interactive session: Climate Change: Are we prepared?
(Jalabayur Paribortan: Amra katata prastut?)
Moderator: Ashish Lahiri
8 pm to 9 pm: Dinner
Coordinator: Dr Shyamal K Bhadra, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,Mob. 09433018006
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