Environmental Justice| Theory, Concept and Practice | Sanober|November 27th Monday|6 Assagao|7-10 pm


We only have one Earth to live on, and it’s important that we take care of it for future generations – humans and other living creatures that don’t yet have a voice in the matter. The talk is an open discussion on environmental justice: theory, concept and practice with presentation of select case studies from across the globe.

Speaker Sanober has a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and natural resources management from UW-Madison, and environmental economics from the LSE. She has worked as an engineer/ environmental specialist over past 15 years in both developed and developing regions. Her broad range of work experience includes implementation of technical assistance projects for climate change (CC) mitigation for a range of carbon intensive sectors to engagement in solution-oriented measures for climate change adaptation whilst ensuring knowledge capture and sharing.

This is a donation based event. North Eastern food will be available.

Photo courtesy: Vinita Barretto