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Solutions to pollution and mobility crisis: learning from each other: September 21 - 22, 2010

CSE organised the experience sharing platform ‘Solutions to pollution and mobility crisis: learning from each other' in New Delhi during September 21 – 22, 2010. This forum brought together a select group of regulators and civil society leaders from selected cities (India and South Asia) to share the experiences and action to combat pollution and congestion to make our cities more liveable. This has catalysed the network of change makers in the region. The change maker partners who initiated the process are
List of participants    

Dr. Bhupinder Singh
Graduates Welfare Association Fazilka

Mr. Jayant

Capt. S. C. Tripathi
Kanpur Parivartan Forum,Kanpur

Dr. Pradip Kumar Sarmah
Executive Director
Centre for Rural Development Guwahati

Mr. Sandeep
Centre for Rural Development

Mr. Biswendu Bhattacharjee
ARPAN Agartala

Mr. Ashok R. Datar 
Mumbai Environmental Social Network,Mumbai

Mr.Vinay Baindur
Advocacy on sustainable mobility &cities



Dr. Sudhir P. Badami 
Transport expert

Mr. Sujit Patwardhan
Honorary Secretary Parisar,

Dr. C. Ramachandraiah
Citizens for a Better Public Transportation in Hyderabad

Dr. Debasish Bhattacharyya
Scientist& a public transport campaigner to save the Calcutta Tramways
Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata

Mr. Satish Balkrishna Sahasrabudhe
Joint Commissioner Transport
Motor Vehicles DepartmentGovernment of Maharashtra,Mumbai

Mr. Bibek Chapagain
Winrock International,Nepal

Mr. Pankaj KC
Program Director
Clean Energy Nepal, Kathmandu





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