Invitation: TOG Seminar on Sustainable Development: Post Bali


The Oceanic Group (TOG), a non-profit society dedicated towards awareness building on Environment & Health issues had launched a Bimonthly Interactive Seminar Series on Climate Change (CC) on 4th of June, 2007 in collaboration with the India Habitat Centre (IHC). The presentations at the seminars are to be edited and compiled in the form of a book to be launched on the next World Environment Day.

The fourth edition of this series will take place on Tuesday, 18th December 2007.

The fourth seminar is being chaired by
Mr. Mani Shankar Aiyar,
Honorable Minister for Panchayati Raj and Youth Affairs and Sports,
Government of India

and the distinguished speakers are
H.E. Mr. Charles Richard Vernon Stagg,
High Commissioner, British High Commission; and

Dr. Jyoti Parikh,
Executive Director, Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe).

The Programme would roughly be of 100 minutes.

Seminar Topic: ‘Sustainable Development: Post Bali’
Date: 18th December, 2007
Time: 6.30 PM
Venue: Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

A book titled “Local Environmental Governance in India” published by Lead India in collaboration with the British High Commission will also be released on the occasion.

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For more information, contact

Govind Singh
Joint Secretary
The Oceanic Group

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