Interventions: CLIMATE CRISIS

National Consultation on Global Warming and Climate Change: A Way Out

21st & 22nd November 2015, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
A National Consultation was organized in Bhopal with Madhya Pradesh Government’s collaboration to come up with a solution for climate crisis. The Consultation has witnessed the presence of Shri. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, CM, Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affair, Shri Shri Acharya Ravishankar along with huge number of thinkers, experts, Universities and Research Institutions, practitioners, NGOs and youth.
 
It was organized with an aim to explore the balance between five elements of Panchamahabhuta required for climate stability and generating an ethical solution-oriented discussion on climate change.
 
The Consultation discusses the scientific perspectives on climate crisis and its solutions, how India can lead by using its traditional and indigenous knowledge system as a solution, reimagining people’s alternatives and highlighting religion and faith as vehicle of sustainability. 
 
 
Attachments: 

Pancha Mahabhuta: Jaivik Satta Ki Nirantarata Ke Vaahak

Reimaging peoples alternative

Religion and faith: as vehicle of sustainability

Climate Change; The defining crisis of the century

Traditional and Indigenous Knowledge System

Brief Proceedings and Recommendations of Global Warming and Climate change: AWay Out

Climate Crisis

Climate crisis has the potential to unexpectedly impact lives and development, and southern countries and communities dependent on natural resources are more vulnerable. Its interventions aim to bring urgency and adequacy in the mitigation and adaptation response of the governments and global community. It also works with vulnerable communities in strengthening their adaptive capacity. PAIRVI has engaged extensively with national and sub national policies on climate change as well as with international institutions like United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Conference of Parties (COP).