Videos, Pictures, Reports, Podcasts And More! “Interrogating ‘Cauvery Calling’: Issues Of Ecologies, Cultures & Livelihoods”

Check out reports, pictures, podcasts, videos & newspaper articles of seminar organised by Asian College of Journalism, Chennai and Coalition for Environmental Justice, and others.

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“Beyond Corporate Driven Industrial Agriculture To Climate Resilient Agroecology: For A Hunger Free, Suicide Free, Poison Free Republic” – Delhi Workshop Report

A clear and strong case was made to promote agroecology to save farmers and advance food security across India by speakers and participants at the workshop organised by Navdanya, Environment Support Group, Center for Financial Accountability, Delhi Solidarity Group, People’s Resource Center and Focus on the Global South, in collaboration with Coalition for Environmental Justice in India, on 6th September 2019 at the Constitution Club, New Delhi.  Welcoming the audience, Anil Tharayath of Delhi Forum

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‘Agro-ecological Farming Is The Way To India’s Future’ – Report Of The Workshop Held In Bangalore On 6th August 2019

The workshop was hosted by Environment Support Group at SCM House, Bengaluru, on the 6th of August, 2019. The introduction to the workshop was given by Leo Saldanha of Environment Support Group, in which he highlighted the implications of agriculture in India being taken over by agribusiness corporations. “This is one of the most dangerous things to have happened to the farmers in India as it takes away their capacity to decide for themselves”, he

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Report On ‘A Thirsting, Monstrous City’, A Seminar Of Environmentalists Against Excessive Growth And Water Use In Bengaluru

A report by Abhijna Bellur, Sana Huque and Sahana Subramanian. A convention on “A Thirsting, Monstrous City” was organized on 14th July 2019 by Gram Seva Sangh, Sharavathi Nadi Ulisi Okkuta, Environment Support Group,  Karnataka Gandhi Smaraka Nidhi and Paschima Ghatta Jaagruti Vedike. The convention raised several important questions about the unsustainable growth of Bengaluru, its development at the cost of other regions in the state and also discussed ways to ensure water security in

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Justice Mr. N. Kumar (Retd.) Calls For Widespread And Persistent Efforts To Resolve Vexatious Municipal Waste Crisis

Says ESG Report “Bangalore’s Toxic Legacy Intensifies” serves as foundation for furthering reforms undertaken Written by Leo F. Saldanha, Swetha Rao Dhananka, Mallesh K. R., Harsh Vardhan Bhati, Apoorva Patil, Namrata Kabra for Environment Support Group 2 March 2018 Downloads: Release of “Blore’s Toxics Legacy Intensifies” Report Summary of “Bangalore’s Toxics Legacy Intensifies” Report Full Report: “Bangalore’s Toxic Legacy Intensifies” 4.2 MB A wide range of people from all over Bangalore, representing a range of

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Report On- LET’S STOP LIVING W-A-S-T-E-F-U-L-L-Y AND START LIVING RESOURCEFULLY

A Workshop for teachers and school administrators on simple, feasible solutions for waste management in schools Written by Shashikala Iyer & Meena Artwani 26 June 2015 Report On LET’S STOP LIVING W-A-S-T-E-F-U-L-L-Y AND START LIVING RESOURCEFULLY A Workshop for teachers and school administrators on simple, feasible solutions for waste management in schools held at ESG on 26th June 2015 A day’s workshop for school teachers and administrators was organised where techniques for minimizing resource consumption,

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INDIAN GOVERNMENT’S HIGH POWERED COMMITTEE REPORT ON REFORM OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS

A Non-trivial Threat to India’s Ecological and Economic Security 9 January 2015 Downloads: ESG Critique the TSR Subramanian Report on Environmental Reforms Press Release on ESG Critique of TSR Subramanian Report on Envtl Reforms 263rd Report of Dept Related Parliamentary Standing Cmt on Science and Tech, Environment and Forests On 29th August 2014 the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change of the Government of India (hereinafter referred to as MoEF & CC) set up

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All The Presentations And Report Of The Workshop “Roles And Responsibilities Of The Ward Committees For A Cleaner, Greener And Safer Bengaluru” Organised By ESG Dated 22.5.2014 At RICM, Bangalore

22 May 2014 Downloads: Relevant Urban Policies_ppt_English_Shashikala Iyer Relevant Urban Policies_ppt_Kannada_Shashikala Iyer Roles & Responsibilities of Ward Committees_ppt_English_Bhargavi S Rao Bangalore Concerns_ppt_Vijay Narnapatti Urban greenery_ppt_Akshatha Venkatesha Initiatives of Solid Waste Management_ppt_Eng_Davis Thomas Initiatives of Solid Waste Management_ppt_Kannada_Davis Thomas Ward Committee Workshop- Complete Report with Pictures “Ward Committee Roles and Responsibilities for a Greener, Cleaner, Safer, Water secure and Healthy Bengaluru” Organised by Environment Support Group To commemorate International Day for Biodiversity Workshop Report May 22nd

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Report Of The One Day Workshop On “PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVATING DISTRICT LEVEL PROTECTION COMMITTEES” On 14th May 2014

Written by Bhargavi Nagendra, Nithya S.N & Ranjani Madhavan 14 May 2014 Downloads: Report of the Workshop-PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVATING DISTRICT LEVEL PROTECTION COMMITTEES ONE DAY WORKSHOP PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVATING DISTRICT LEVEL PROTECTION COMMITTEES   INTRODUCTION A one day workshop was organized by Action Aid and Environment Support Group (ESG) on the 14th of May 2014 at CSM house. There were around 50-60 participants from different parts of Karnataka like Belgaum, Bangalore, Hospet, Dharwad

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“Forfeiting Our Commons” ESG Report On Challakere Amrit Mahal Kaval Grasslands Submitted To Expert Committee Appointed By National Green Tribunal

Forfeiting Our Commons: A Case for Protecting and Conserving Challakere’s Amrit Mahal Kavals as Livelihoods-Supporting, Biodiversity-Rich and Ecologically-Sensitive Grassland Ecosystems.

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MONSANTO’S BRINJAL BIOPIRACY: A SHOCKING EXPOSE OF CALLOUS DISREGARD FOR BIODIVERSITY LAWS IN INDIA

(original source) Written by Leo F. Saldanha and Bhargavi S. Rao for India Law News 1 December 2011 Downloads: ESG Article on Biopiracy in India Law News of American Bar Association biodiversity,publications,brinjal,education,resources,campaigns biodiversity brinjal B.t. Brinjal biodiversity biopiracy criminal Decision Making environment genetically engineered genetically modified karnataka mahyco. gmo minister monsanto palemar prosecution

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Farming, Food And Environmental Stewardship: Children’s Workshop Report

Written by Bhargavi S. Rao 2 May 2011 Downloads: childrens-workshop-reportmay-2011.pdf Environment Support Group conducted  a three day summer workshop for children to help understand the basics of farming, the importance of food, conservation of natural resources and environmental stewardship, in fostering healthy communities. The workshop gave opportunities for children to learn where their food comes from; learn about traditional and appropriate farming practices, about healthy soils, beneficial insects, intelligent use of water and working with

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“Guardians Of Biodiversity” Workshop Report

Organised by the Environment Support Group with support from Punjab National Bank to commemorate the International Day for Biodiversity Written by Sruthi Subbanna, with inputs from Jake Carlson and Bhargavi S. Rao 22 May 2010 Downloads: Guardians of Biodiversity Workshop Report Rampant ecological degradation and species extinction have made “biodiversity” a common rallying cause for people around the world. The terminology biodiversity suggests encompasses all life forms and genetic variations in an ecosystem. At base

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Report On ESG Workshop For Teachers

9 – 11 July 2009 Downloads: Though made mandatory in 1991 by the Supreme Court of India, environmental education has not evolved to accommodate the complex and dynamic nature of current day environmental crises. With this in mind Environment Support Group (ESG), in collaboration with Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology, hosted a teacher’s workshop focused on “Exploring Environmental Education Beyond the Classroom” from July 9th to 11th, 2009. Keywords: ,environmental education,events ,Add new

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Green Tapism: A Review Of The Environmental Impact Assessment Notification – 2006

This book is a ‘must read’ for policy makers, engineers, scientists, contractors, independent thinkers and even investors who should be sensitive to India’s environment. – R Rajamani who served as Secretary of MoEF, in The Book Review.

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Posters On How To Make Compost?

If everyone segregated waste at source, and composted organic waste at home, school and work, most public health miseries we suffer would disappear. It would also help in recycling almost all the remaining non-biodegradable waste.  Most importantly, it will help in reducing consumption and generation of waste.   Download ‘How to make Compost‘ and get to work in doing your bit to reduce waste and turn waste into invaluable resource.

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