“Jakarta Sinking, Bengaluru Parched”: An invitation to attend the Public Forum organised by ESG
This public forum, organised by ESG, offers a platform for critical enquiries into the intersections of land, water, finance and planning in Bengaluru and Jakarta.
Join us on Monday, the 29th of July, 2019, for conversations with Eric Sheppard (Geography, UCLA), Helga Leitner (Geography, UCLA), Michael Goldman (Sociology and Global Studies, University of Minnesota), Vinay Gidwani (Geography and Global Studies, University of Minnesota), Suryono Herlambang (UNTAR, Fakultas Teknik, Jakarta), Liong Ju Tjung (UNTAR, Fakultas Teknik, Jakarta), Dian Irawaty (Activist and Scholar, Jakarta and UCLA), Carol Upadhya (Head, Urban and Mobility Studies Programme, NIAS), Hemangini Gupta (Middlebury College and Postdoctoral Fellow, NIAS).
The public forum will be held at 4:30 pm – 7 pm (tea at 4:30 pm), Monday, 29th July, 2019 at Ashirvad, 30, St Marks Road, (Beside MTR) Bengaluru.
RSVP by the 28th July (Sunday) via email@example.com or 080-26713561
2 thoughts on ““Jakarta Sinking, Bengaluru Parched”: An invitation to attend the Public Forum organised by ESG”
Frightening! Uncertain future for the coming generations…..
Dear Leo Saldhana
I have received the mail on Jakarta sinking and Bangalore parched. I am in UK on a family vacation. I will no be able attend the program on 29th July. Anyways, I wish the program all success. One thing I want to say, can we put an end to the vertical as well as horizontal growth of Bangalore to save it from many many problems of which water is one. Secondly, about traffic, if you want a free access and exit on every road, parking on any public road shall be banned. No parking – no vehicle ownership. This rule is prevalent in Sri Lanka and Singapore. Many traffic woes gets addressed. Please give a thought to these points.