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April 21: Climate Change: "Why are we vulnerable? How could we prepare?", in Kolkata
Published on : Saturday, April 21, 2012
Liberty Institute is organising a series of events across the country to explore various aspects of the climate change discourse. The seminar in Kolkata on 21 April 2012, is expected to discuss the vulnerabilities, from drought, flood, and cyclones, in the context of West Bengal.
April 20: Urban Challenges in the Context of Climate Change, at IIT Delhi
Published on : Friday, April 20, 2012
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and Liberty Institute, cordially invite you to this workshop on urban challenges in the context of the climate change debate.
April 15: Climate Change: Engineering and Economics of Water Resources Management, at IEI Roorkee
Published on : Sunday, April 15, 2012
Institution of Engineers, local centre at IIT Rourkee, and Liberty Institute are collaborating to host a one-day workshop to explore the interface between science and engineering knowledge, on the one hand, and economics and public policy priorities on the other, in the context of the climate change discourse. A key thrust of this workshop is on water resource management.
April 9-10: Climate Change: Understanding Himalayan Ecology, at Jammu University
Published on : Monday, April 09, 2012
Institute of Himalayan Glaciology, University of Jammu, and Liberty Institute, New Delhi, in partnership with Friedrich Naumann-Stiftung fur Die Freiheit is organising a national conference on Climate Change: Understanding the Himalayan Ecology at the University of Jammu, on 9-10 April 2012.
March 30-31: Conference on "Climate Change: Science and Society", at IIT Kanpur
Published on : Friday, March 30, 2012
This conference on climate change is, a part of a series of similar events, being organised by Liberty Institute, in collaboration with local organisations and institutions in different parts of the country. The conference at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, focuses on some of the scientific questions surrounding climate change, and the implications on wider society.
Challenging Climate: Exploring the intellectual climate surrounding the planet's climate
Published on : Thursday, March 22, 2012
Today, concern over possible changes in the planet’s climate has come to dominate the popular and scholarly discourse. But science progresses through such rational criticism and objective discourse, and not through consensus invoked by any authority. A healthy intellectual climate is vital to our understanding of the planet’s climate. Liberty Institute has been organizing a series of conferences, bringing together scholars to dispassionately discuss the various facets of climate science, science policy, and the various economic policy options.
Challenging Climate: Exploring the intellectual climate surrounding the planet's climate
Published on : Thursday, March 22, 2012
Today, concern over possible changes in the planet’s climate has come to dominate the popular and scholarly discourse. But science progresses through such rational criticism and objective discourse, and not through consensus invoked by any authority. A healthy intellectual climate is vital to our understanding of the planet’s climate. Liberty Institute has been organizing a series of conferences, bringing together scholars to dispassionately discuss the various facets of climate science, science policy, and the various economic policy options.
Durban Diary: Notes from the UN's climate change jamboree
Published on : Sunday, December 11, 2011
United Nation's Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is holding its annual Conference of Parties (CoP) in Durban South Africa, from Nov 28 to Dec 9, 2011. This is the 17th CoP, where countries are expected to discuss life after the Kyoto Protocol, which will come to an end in 2012.
Climate realists hold their own in Durban
Published on : Wednesday, December 07, 2011
A whole host of climate realists, among them a US senator, former advisor to British Prime Minister, former Australian ambassador, blogger and activist, joined issue with the official church of climate alarmism, this week in Durban. What this debate highlights is the legitimacy of debate and dissent in the democratic climate of today, where aspirations of people for freedom and prosperity cannot be killed, writes Barun Mitra and Hardev Sanotra
Oct 14: Conference on Climate Change: Shifting science and changing policy
Published on : Friday, October 14, 2011
Liberty Institute in collaboration with Mumbai University plan to hold this capacity building conference, on Octoboer 14, 2011. Over the past few years, the scientific debate has intensified on the nature and possible causes underlying changing climate. Science progresses through such rational criticism and objective discourse, and not through consensus invoked by any authority. The conference provides an opportunity to scientists, policy makers, and scholars to exchange ideas. This conference is a part of a broader initiative on climate change and economic policy undertaken by Liberty Institute, in partnership with the Friedrich Naumann – Stiftung fur die Freiheit.
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