Co Media Lab, supported by Climate Trends, organised a media workshop on Bengaluru’s Air Quality on 21 Feb 2018. This workshop, held at St. Mark’s Hotel, was attended by journalists from leading newsmedia. A report
The workshop, sponsored by ELCIA, was organised by Co Media Lab in association with Society for Community Health Awareness, Research and Action (SOCHARA) and Breathe Bengaluru at the KSPCB office on Saturday, 18 March 2017.
This 2-day workshop, supported by the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, and in association with Electronics City Industries Association (ELCIA), India Water Portal and Biome, was hosted by KSPCB at their Parisara Bhavana premises on
Avinash Krishnamurthy, Director and Project Manager at BIOME gives us an understanding on what is the source of a borewell and the science below the surface. The presentation below has more details on the
Given here are links to some of the presentations made at ‘Bengaluru’s Airpocalypse: Air Pollution Problems and Solutions’, the workshop on air pollution, held on Saturday, 18 March 2017 at KSPCB, Church Street, Bengaluru. Aishwarya-Setting
How to fix garbage burning issue in Bengaluru? Discussion was centred around how people and organisations working on various issues related to garbage can collaborate and work to address garbage burning issue. Sobia and Ankit