Contextualising issues of equity, sustainability for the marginalized – urban & rural:

by T Pradeep, Director, iSquareD

 

T. Pradeep presentation was around the points.

  1. 1)Climate Change is not democratic.

  2. 2) People who have benefited the most from industrial development do not want to accept the principle of Polluter Pays

  3. 3) Equity demands that we follow 2 different carbon paths to the future: Carbon-Negative and Carbon-Neutral

  4.  

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Contextualising issues of equity, sustainability for the marginalized – urban & rural:

by T Pradeep, Director, iSquareD

 

T. Pradeep presentation was around the points.

  1. 1)Climate Change is not democratic.

  2. 2) People who have benefited the most from industrial development do not want to accept the principle of Polluter Pays

  3. 3) Equity demands that we follow 2 different carbon paths to the future: Carbon-Negative and Carbon-Neutral

  4.  

(A powerpoint presentation: Total size: 2.4mb,Total Slides:20 Click Here to Download)

Transportation Issues and Alternatives

by Mr. G V Dasarathi, CyBaNa,
Mr Das  explains the issues involved right from manufacture to use of vehicles contribute to the environmentatl destruction
The present day scenario of transport in Bangalore , congestion, pollution and wasteful expenditure on infrastructure.
He visions the solutions to the crisis in public transport rather than the Metro.
His organistion CyBaNa, Cycle+Bus+Nadiyodu('Walking' in Kannada) strives towards these solutions.

 

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Pre Copenhagen Discussions

By D. Raghunandan,Delhi Science Forum

D. Raghunandan explains the Politics of Climate Change.

He goes on to explains what position India is taking .

WHAT position should/can India take? .

D Raghunandan throws light on the GHG emmisions

levels of the Annex1 and Non-Annex countries and their proposed reductions.



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Climate Change & Bangalore: Science, Politics and Action

by Dr Sharachchandra Lele, ATREE

Dr Lele presented an overview of historical temperatures and evidence of change, the politics of who is to blame and how much?
who should respond and how much? India's position so far and finally the bangalore level issues for action. Possible overlaps which will encourage  mitigation actions for climate change
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