KLE Society’s Law College, Bengaluru is organizing a Special Lecture on Climate Change-Legal Landscapes, on 14th of June, online via Zoom Meetings.
About the Organizer
K.L.E. Society’s Law College, Bengaluru was established in 1975 under the umbrella of Karnataka Lingayat Education Society and has been conceived as a nursery and training ground for those seeking to enter the legal profession. It is recognised by the Bar Council of India and is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University, Hubbali.
About the Special Lecture
A lot gained, less contributed. Mother earth has given us a lot to satisfy the needs of every organism, Climate change is a result of unscientific control and improper planning and management of the resources. Natural and Anthropogenic causes have led to disturb the environment and the effect is to a larger extent. Global effects caused by climate change are on a massive scale like extreme weather, dirty air, health risks, rising seas, warmer and acidic oceans. Sustainable development is the only way where one can ensure the optimum utilization of the resources and develop as per the need. On 14th June 2021 KLE Society’s Law College, Bengaluru is organizing a special Lecture by Ms. Namrata Kabra.
Who is it For?
Students, Academians, lawyer and evveryone
About the Speaker
Namrata Kabra is a 2016 law graduate with PG Diplomas in Tourism and Environmental Law and Environmental Law and Policy. She has experience in Environmental, Waste Management, Biodiversity, Forest & Wildlife Laws from her work experiences from Environment Support Group & Wildlife Conservation Society. Her LL.M (Env Law, Energy and Climate Change) dissertation work revolved around “Gendered impacts of climate change” in which she looked at solutions at the policy-level in addressing gender mainstreaming as part of the Climate Change Adaptation in India. Her interests lie in climate justice with a focus on gender; human mobility in the context of climate change; rights of nature and climate policy-making in India backed with climate action on the ground. Currently, she’s associated with Initiative For Climate Action, Bangalore; Rights of Rivers South Asia; South Asia Bioregionalism group and volunteers with youth climate action groups.
14th June 2021 at 3:30
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