Seminar On Climate Change at India Habitat Centre


The following is an open invitation from Mr. Ajit Kumar 


Dear Friends,

It is our honour to invite you for launch of an Interactive Seminar Series (Bimonthly) on Climate Change on Monday, 4 June 2007 at 6:30 pm at the Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The Oceanic Group (TOG), a non-profit society is organizing this seminar in collaboration with the India Habitat Centre.

The Inaugural Speaker of this 1st Seminar is Prof Syed Hasnain, Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, former Vice-Chancellor, University of Calicut and a leading expert on Glaciers. Dr Prodipto Ghosh, Environment Secretary to the Government of India will chair the launch of the series.
Mr Bhurelal, Member UPSC and Former Chairman Environment Pollution Control Authority will deliver the Concluding Address.

The presentations done at the seminars would be edited and compiled in the form of a book to be launched at the Environment Day on 5 June 2008.

About Us
The Oceanic Group (TOG) has a special focus on awareness building on Health & Environment. We will take this forward as awareness and interaction based programmes to schools & colleges and further down to the community in the urban and rural areas in the next few weeks.

Kindly enrich us with your presence and valuable inputs.

Thanks and Best Regards!

Mr. Ajit Kumar can be contacted at the following email address: ajit91@yahoo. com

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