Centre for Science and Environment’s
A Meeting of Minds
February 19-21, 2018
Communication training for NGOs
Round Table on climate change adaptation
Climate change is real. Despite all the recent brow-beating to the contrary, most notably by the Trump administration-led US, it is here to stay – and the developing world (including India) is facing the brunt of its impacts. Acute water stress, heat waves and droughts, extreme rainfall events, storms and flooding... the list of disasters is growing every year. How is the Global South coping with it? Are climate adaptation interventions working?
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to join its residential training for NGOs and Round Table meeting on climate change and adaptation. The initiative is expected to bring together climate change specialists, grassroots workers, communicators, and adaptation scientists and planners to discuss ground-level scenarios and strategies, understand how new media and communication tools can sharpen these strategies, and find some long-lasting solutions.
This three-day programme would be conducted as a residential programme at CSE’s Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI) campus in Nimli, near Alwar, in Rajasthan.
CSE will support the cost of the training and accommodation in Nimli, and will offer a few scholarships to deserving candidates. It will also make the travel arrangement from Delhi to Nimli for this event, and bear this travel cost as well.
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