The speakers are for the Public Lecture are Dr. Govind Singh, Director, Delhi Greens; Suresh Raikwar of TBS and Srinivas Chokkakula of CPR.
The Public Lecture will try to examine existing policies and initiatives in dealing with climate change and the way forward.
This year as many as 28 films will be screened including Award winning films like The Pangti Story by Sesino Yhoshu and The Birdman of Chorao.
The environmental film festival will bring under one umbrella the persistent and persuasive films from India and around the world.
Tibet House and IIC invite all interested to a Spiritual Ecology – Annual Lecture on Buddhist Awakening in the Middle of the Climate Crisis.
The Seminar on Media Reporting of Human Rights by IWPC took place on 31 May, 2016 at Indian International Center, New Delhi.
Toxics Link and India International Centre invite all interested to the next in the series of ‘Quotes from the Earth’ – an Environmental Film Festival. The Festival will be a discursive platform to highlight environmental challenges at the national and international level through films, which are a powerful medium of communication and discussion.
Toxics Link, in collaboration with India International Centre, invites all to a Public Lecture on “Delhi’s dying trees?”
All interested are invited to the release of a first of its kind initiative – the “First Tree Census Report of Delhi by Citizens: Sarvodaya Enclave”.
The festival is proposed as an event, which goes beyond viewing films.
Toxics Link, in collaboration with India International Centre (IIC), invites all to a Public Lecture on “Water Scarcity in Delhi – Soaring demand or Mismanagement?” at India International Centre (IIC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 7th August, 2012. The panelists for the lecture are: Himanshu Thakkar (South Asia Network on […]
The lecture will deliberate upon the future or River Yamuna in Delhi and it navigation between streams of institutional imaginations.