Read a report of the children's workshop held at ESG in April, "Combating Climate Change." DNA's website has a slideshow of images from the event. After the popularity of this workshop, a second one was held in May tackling similar themes. Read more.
On 1st April 2010, a workshop was held by ESG and Action Aid to help farmers appreciate the nuances of the debates that resulted in India's Environment and Forests Minister Shri Jairam Ramesh enforcing a moratorium on the commercial release of Bt Brinjal. Read more.
On 19th Dec ESG hosted a workshop on "Fundamentals of Reducing Risk and Managing Urban Disasters," exploring how to minimize the impact of urban environmental disasters by identifying risks, building local action networks and working with the authorities. Read more.
On 27 Nov Usha Ramanathan spoke on "Changing Ideas of Rights, Wrongs and Public Interest (Enquiries into Changing Role of State vis a vis sovereignty, eminent domain, impoverishment and the return of the Contract)." Read more.
On 7th Nov, ESG held a workshop on "Making Our Homes Environmentally Just" which covered rain water harvesting, solar energy use and composting. Read articles on the workshop in The Hindu and DNA. Read more.
Download an activity kit (MS Word - 2 MB) for parents and teachers to teach children traditional and responsible ways of celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi.
ESG sponsored a workshop from 11-19 Aug 2009 on "Contested Urban Spaces" for students from the University of Washington, Seattle. Read more.
ESG and KSCST hosted a teacher's workshop from 9-11 July focused on methods to make environmental education more effective. Read more.
From 4-8 May 2009, ESG conducted a workshop to help children of Wipro employees understand the history and effects of Bengaluru's explosive urban growth. Read more.
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