South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2012 | Centre for Science and Environment


South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, 2012

New Delhi, India
November 16-17, 2012
Equity rose like the 'dark knight' at the 17th Conference of Parties (CoP) on climate change in Durban last year. The negotiations continue in Doha this year, where the country heads will try to put back the meandering climate talks on track.

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organised its annual two-day briefing for South Asian journalists in November, just before the deliberations begin in Doha. The briefing brought to the table the latest in negotiating stances, politics, science and impacts of climate change.

Media Clippings
Goa Herald
Fishing Facing A Seachange
Business Economics: Dec. 01-15, 2012
Kyotois dead, long live Kyoto!
Business Economics: Dec. 16-31, 2012
Lesser villains of global warming turn big
Eastern Mirror: Kohima, Nov. 26
Climate change heading towards catastrophe: Experts
The Hindu Business Line:
Nov. 18, 2012
Govt plans easier funding for solar, wind projects
Alert Net: Nov 17, 2012
Poor planning, climate shifts devastating India's Sundarbans
Zeenews.india: Nov 16
India to press for agreement on 2nd commitment per
Times Of India: Nov 19, 2012
India blames European Union for trying to derail ‘Durban deal’

Journalists from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka, interested in evaluating, investigating and interpreting the climate debate, joined us for the workshop.
 

 

For more information, please get in touch with:

Papia Samajdar
Phone: 91-11-29956399 ext 282
Fax: 91-11-29955879
Mobile: 91 9811906977
Email: papia@cseindia.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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