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CSE invites application for its annual media briefing on Climate Change

New Delhi, India
November 6-7, 2014

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi (India)-based research and advocacy organisation, invites applications from journalists to attend its Annual Media Briefing on Climate Change. The briefing will be held in New Delhi on November 6-7, 2014. It will bring together media people and experts from countries of the Global South to discuss and debate a range of contemporary issues covering the science, politics, negotiations and impacts of climate change.

CSE has been conducting this annual media meet – but only for South Asian journalists -- since 2009. This year, the event has been opened up to journalists from other countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

CSE will support the travel and accommodation of selected participants.

• For any queries, please write to the following:

Souparno Banerjee
Email: souparno@cseindia.org

OR

Papia Samajdar
Email: papia@cseindia.org

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The Media Resource Centre

Souparno Banerjee, programme director
Email: souparno@cseindia.org

Papia Samajdar, deputy programme manager
Email: papia@cseindia.org

Sheeba Madan, programme officer
Email: sheeba@cseinda.org
 

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