Toxics Link to Organise Public Lecture on Is The Climate Changing?

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Toxics Link organisation will is conducting a Public Lecture on the topic, Is The Climate Changing? While the topic of the Public Lecture hints at denial, at a time when the world is already witnessing the impacts of climate change, the focus of the Lecture will be to discuss this imminent threat.

The programme schedule indeed states that climate change needs to be discussed as an imminent threat to our planet. Further, there is need to raise awareness among the public about this looming danger that we are all facing.

Date: 30 May 2019
Time: 6.30 pm onward
Venue: Conference Room 1, India International Centre, New Delhi

The speakers are of the Public Lecture will include Dr Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, Scientist, India Meteorological Department; Dr. AL. Ramanathan, Professor, School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dr Shresth Tayal, Area Convenor, Centre for Himalayan Ecology, TERI and Col. HS Chauhan (Retd), President of Indian Mountaineering Foundation. The Public Lecture will be moderated by Mr. Satish Sinha, Associate Director, Toxics Link.

The Public Lecture will try to examine existing policies and initiatives in dealing with climate change and the way forward. The Lecture shall look at solutions to combat the problem through civic engagement and the initiatives needed with regard to the issue.

For further information and to RSVP, contact:

H2 (G Floor), Jungpura Extension, New Delhi 110014
Tel.: 24320711, 24328006
Email: info@toxicslink.org

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