CALL FOR FREELANCE JOURNALISTS/WRITERS/STINGERS Be a "RAINSPOTTER" with GREENPEACE INDIA from 5th June to 30th July, 2009 Wanted: Monsoon-related stories from different corners of India What is Rainspotting? India depends on the predictability and the stability of the monsoon system as the lives of millions and the economy of the country depends on this. Climate change is altering the monsoon in strange and unpredictable ways. Scientists are unable to estimate the future of the monsoons in the context of climate change. In this era of ambiguity, Greenpeace is trying to capture how climate change and the resulting variations in the monsoon affect the common man and woman. Greenpeace is tyring to bring together stories/ photographs and conversations on the changing monsoon from
Oxfam India calls for Canvas for Climate Change - an event aimed at spreading awareness about the impact of climate change on the average person, especially on poor people in the rural and urban areas. You Music and Art for Climate Change, will see painters and sculptors spread the message through art, while Gautam Ghosh and his band will say it through music. Date: 9th November, 2008 (Sunday) Time: 1.00 - 5.00 PM Venue: Ansal Plaza, Khel Gaon, New Delhi Some well known painters like Shafi Quereshi, Joyattam Dutta Roy, Sanjay Soni etc. and sculptors like Mir Imtiaz are joining hands to be part of the activities. The paintings on the canvas will be about ordinary people, how they are affected and what they are doing to deal with this.