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Come Participate in India’s Largest Green Jobs Fair

Come Participate in India’s Largest Green Jobs Fair

Green Jobs
Only a handful of architects and builders today know how to build sustainably. An even smaller number of entrepreneurs have been able to efficiently install and maintain decentralised solar energy to the rural areas.  We do not today have the capacity to do what we keep talking about doing for the environment. And there is a lot of talking!  The good news is that there is a world of opportunity for India's economy to engage with the growing 'green economy'. However, its time to stop and think. If we believe that all new buildings should be low energy, our transport should run on clean energy, farming should use less water and chemicals, forests should be re-grown and our waste better recycled, then the next question is...Who will do all of this? When you think that there are
Opening at CSE for Programme Coordinators and Researchers

Opening at CSE for Programme Coordinators and Researchers

Green Jobs
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), an established policy research institution based in New Delhi, is expanding its work on aspects of industrial pollution, domestic sewage, water management, green urbanization. In this regard, CSE is looking for individuals with knowledge of environmental issues or pollution science or engineering or journalism combined with passion and commitment. The teams at CSE are small but focused on the need to bring policy and practice change. So the job will demand that you work in a collegiate environment and under pressure of deadlines. Water programme: Researches and campaigns and trains on community based rainwater harvesting, groundwater policy, water pollution and decentralized sewage technologies etc. Green rating programme: Prepares techni
Invite: Talk on Green Education, Green Jobs and Teaching Sustainability with Kapil Sibal

Invite: Talk on Green Education, Green Jobs and Teaching Sustainability with Kapil Sibal

Events, Green Jobs
Education for Sustainability - in an Era of Climate Change The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML), Teen Murti Bhavan in collaboration with a series of organisations invites everyone interested in green education, green jobs, and sustainable development to a talk by: Mr. Kapil Sibal, Union Minister for Ministry of HRD, Ministry of Science & Tech and Ministry of Earth Sciences. The talk will be followed by a short interactive session. Date: July 29, 2009 Time: 6.30 PM to 7.30 PM Venue: Main auditorium, Teen Murti House, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library For more information, and to RSVP contact: Vidya Subramanian vidya@delhigreens.org
350.org: Delhi Staff Annoucement!

350.org: Delhi Staff Annoucement!

Green Jobs
350.org is an international grassroots campaign that aims to mobilize a global climate movement united by a common call to action. By spreading an understanding of the science and a shared vision for a fair policy, 350.org works to ensure that the world creates bold and equitable solutions to the climate crisis. In preparation for an International Day of Climate Action this October 24, we are looking to hire a Delhi-based staff member to join our South Asia team to help us connect with new partners across the region, develop and maintain more online communities in the region, and work with our intern team to recruit and support event organizers in the region.  South Asia Co-coordinator – Delhi, India Duration: June – December, 2009 Stipend – Attractive and Negotiable Respons
“Localisation Program on Environmental Business and Supply Base in India”, at the International Green Business Fair 2009

“Localisation Program on Environmental Business and Supply Base in India”, at the International Green Business Fair 2009

Events
The Second International Scientific and Business Congress under the theme  "Localisation Program on Environmental Business and Supply Base in India"  with The International Green Business Fair will take place from 3rd to 4th February 2009 in New Delhi, India. The Second Congress has already seen support from Dr. R.K. Pachauri, Chairman, IPCC who is now a Patron and the key speaker at the Congress. The practical goal of the Second Congress is further development and transfer of clean technologies, as well as the creation of a localisation program in India with the emphasis on private business and education with subsequent strategy transfer to other developing countries. The initiative and the aims of the Second Congress in India are strongly supported by Lord Browne of Madingley,