Down To Earth released its annual report on India's State of Environment 2017 at Jaipur Literature Festival 2017. It was followed by a riveting session by Sunita Narain on 'Deglobalisation in the time of Climate Change'
Before the beginning of the the session 'Deglobalisation in the time of Climate Change' at Jaipur Literature Festival
“We must think of creating business opportunities out of waste, a business that doesn't displace poor,” said Sunita Narain
“Chipko Movement was not against cutting trees, it was about asserting rights of those whose survival depends on trees,” said Sunita Narain
How to do a cost-benefit analysis of environment conservation programmes? One of the questions that came up during the session
“The fight against environmental challenges is entirely ours. Pointing fingers at others won't take us far,” Sunita Narain replies to a question
Captive audience attending the session on 'Deglobalisation in the time of Climate Change' at Jaipur Literature Festival
There was much enthusiasm about Sunita Narain's book 'Why I Should Be Tolerant' at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017
'The State of Environment' and Sunita Narain's book ' Why I Should be Tolerant' are available at the Full Circle Book store at Jaipur Literature Festival 2017
Sunita Narain signing copies of State of Environment Report 2017 at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017
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