CSE’s research team and well known academicians, activist, policy makers in the government, lawyers, economists, social scientists to name a few.
Some of the eminent speakers we invited were
Biraj Patnaik , Advisor to Food Commissioner of India;
Rajeshwari Raina Senior Scientist (National Institute Science Technology And Development Studies);
Amita Singh Chairperson & Professor at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance Jawaharlal Nehru University;
Rohan D Souza from Centre for Study of Science Policy; Madhu Sarin of Centre for People and Forest;
Sanjay Prakash Senior Advisor at Indian Instiutute of Human Settlements;
Bharti Chaturvedi Founder and Director at Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group;
Dr Ambuj Sagar is Professor of Policy Studies at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
As a part of the course work the participants write, edit and produce a magazine of their own. During this course they published a magazine that they called ‘Be the Change’. (http://www.cseindia.org/userfiles/Be_the_Change.pdf). This was inspired by the good grassroots initiative that they encountered during the field visit which we conduct during the course tenure.
Arushi Mittal: Issues covered during the course was relevant and proper time was given for discussions, which proved very thought provoking
Simon Blower: It does give a good understanding of issues faced by other nations and how these issues differ greatly, country to country, and how this affects all of us whether we live there or not.
Anthony Chan: Much more wholesome than other summer schools
David Burgess: It provides a very good introduction and wide and important issues directly applicable and relevant to most people
Rajiv Panda: I think environment literacy is a must. This course is good for this.
Pratbha Duwal: It is an integrated course
Akshit. S: I will definitely recommend this course to my friends who think of these issues but have failed to gain exposure to them.
Joe Miller: Very rewarding and a chance to meet like minded people
Thoe Gibbons: Good value for money
Mirona Agachi: I now believe that individuals have a greater role in the problem’s resolution than I did before. I really think now that if everyone changes at one’s level then change can happen.
Mr Akshit S.
B tech Electrical EnggMr Anthony Chan
Mr Dan Smith
Civil and Environmental EnggMr David Burgess
Mr Hok Lam Tang
B.E. Civil EnggMr James Lewis
B E Mechanical Engg
Mr Joe Miller
Civil & Environmental EnggMr Leo Isaac Dognin
Mr Rajiv Ratan Panda
MBA (Energy)Mr Simon Blower
B.E. Civil Engg
Mr Theo Gibbons
History and SpanishMs Arushi Mittal
B. Tech Civil Engg
Ms Clare Taylor
Masters in EnggMs Emily Nix
Ms Emily Sexton
GeographyMs Ida Helgegren
Ms Ilana Cohen
Biology & Env. StudiesMs Katie Goode
B.E Civil Engg
Ms Mirona Agachi
Politics and SociologyMs Penny Gilg
M Engg Civil & Environmental Engg
Ms Pratibha Duwal
Masters in Environmental ScienceMs Ranjeeta Maharajan
B.Arch, Institute of Engineering
Ms Sachi Findlater
Manufacturing EnggMs Sangita Bista
Masters Rural Development Studies
Ms Shrijana Joshi
Bachelor of Public HealthMs Siobhan McGrath
Water & Sanitation, Member EWB Ireland
Ms Urmila Dongol
Interdisciplinary Water Resource Management