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Climate change conversation – People know all, but refuse to act: Amitav Ghosh

Climate & Biodiversity | Jul 28, 2016

The author was in conversation with Rohini Nilekani, chairperson, Arghyam Foundation, R Sukumar, Professor, Centre for Ecological Sciences, IISc, J Srinivasan, Professor, Centre for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, R Sukumar, Professor, Centre for Ecological Sciences, IISc, writer Amitav Ghosh and Rohini Nilekani, chairperson, Arghyam Foundation, at the launch of Ghosh’s book The Great Derangement – climate change and the unthinkable,’ in the city on Wednesday.

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