The event is being held in light of growing concerns over climate change and its implications on the melting ice in the Arctic, the Antarctic and the Himalayas. It provides a platform for Indian and international experts, in the field of polar science and its legal domains, to deliberate a range of issues including climate change policies, international response and technological initiatives.
The conference is organized by LIGHTS (Learning in Geography, Humanities, Technology and Science), an Indian NGO, started in 2003.
Join us for two engaging days of discussion about polar and climate issues on30th November and 1st December at JNU Conference Centre, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
You may register at the venue on the day of the event.