Total Items: 30
What does women's empowerment mean in the quest for universal electricity access?
Date: 26 September 2017, 15:30-18:00 (IST)
Presenters: Dr Tanja Winther, Dr Magi Matinga, Dr Helene Ahlborg, Ms Rebecca Rewald
The aim of this webinar was to discuss how a more coherent understanding of women's empowerment in the realm of electricity could help governments, donors, NGOs and local communities achieve multiple goals through increased provision of electricity access (through grid, off-grid and stand-alone systems).
Climate Change and Health: What Medical Students and Health Professionals need to know?
Date: 18 August 2017, 15:00-16:00 (IST)
Presenters: Dr Arindam Datta, Ms Anuradha Singh, Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Dr Harshal R Salve
Climate variability and change affect temperature and precipitation patterns as well as air quality, which affect health through altering exposures.
Climate Change and Health Risks: Preparedness for Vector Borne Diseases
Date: 05 July 2017, 15:00-16:00 (IST)
Presenters: Dr R N Singh, Dr Pranjal J Hazarika, Dr S M Raheja, Dr D R Pattnaik
The discussion focuses on the new capacities that has been built across the country, the on-going activities and plans for moving toward cities free of vector-borne diseases.
Integrating Heat Adaptation with Climate and Disaster Plans at State as well as National Level in India
Date: 25 October 2016, 16:30-17:30 (IST)
Presenters: Dr John M. Balbus, Dr Anil Kumar Gupta, Dr Peter Berry, Dr Vikas Desai, Ms Suruchi Bhadwal
This webinar featured prominent experts in climate and health policy sector to discuss this issue, and to engage the climate, public health, and public policy professionals in the discussion.
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-Asako Sato, Tokyo, Japan
I have been following your webinars for a while now and find them interesting.
-Devasena Bonini, Bangalore, India
From Host to Presenter, From subject to the way of presentation, Polls to answering questions ....everything was too good...
-Pinki Purkayastha, Silchar, India
The speaker was extremely knowledgeable on the subject, very eloquent and charismatic
-Raymond Nurse, Freiberg, Germany
Keep organising such event, I think It help a new comer in this field with many untouched area and terms."
-Mr Rakesh Kumar, New Delhi, India
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-Mr A K, Karthikeyan, Tamil Nadu, India
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