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Palash Ranjan Sanyal

Analyst, Writer, Translator, Environmental Activist

Palash Ranjan Sanyal is a professional in the field of Sustainable Development, Environment and Disaster. He focuses on the aspect of communication and data. You can follow his visual work here:www.vizualin.com. He has been nominated UNESCO/ISEDC Fellow in 2013 and Leader of Tomorrow at St. Gallen Symposium in 2016.

COP22: Keep the Fossil Fuels Group Out

The involvement of corporates and fo il fuel lobby groups in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is not new. From the very first Conference of the Parties (COP) to COP21...
21/09/2016 4:18 PM IST

Cop22 Marrakech: Why Bangladesh Must Push For A Climate Target Of 1.5°C

Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to climate change hazards due to its low-level landscape, its cyclone- and tidal surge-prone topographical position, its high population density and rural poverty, and an economy based on agriculture and fisheries. By some estimates, Bangladesh figures first on the list of countries at risk, and is already reeling under effects such as inundated lands and forced migration due to climate change.
08/09/2016 4:19 PM IST
2015 Hideto Maezawa / Clubberia

Meet The ‘Deaf Artist' Who Plays With Sound

Artist <a href="http://christinesunkim.com" target="_hplink">Christine Sun Kim</a> explores the materiality of sound, connecting it to drawing, painting, and performance, in her work. A TED fellow, she has exhibited and performed in worldwide venues such as Tokyo, Berlin, London, Oslo, San Francisco, New York. She has collaborated on sound projects with artists such as Devonté Hynes, Thomas Benno Mader, Wolfgang Müller and Alison O'Daniel. She has also been deaf since birth.
03/05/2016 8:25 AM IST