The webinar is a part of a larger project titled “Solve Climate By 2030,” where universities in 50 different countries will organize and attend over 100 webinars to talk about the different aspects of climate change and ways to combat it
A global webinar “Solve Climate By 2030” on how to address the rising challenges from climate change aims to put ambitious but feasible actions in place to get the world on track to solving climate by 2030 is being organized by Brac University for Bangladesh.
Brac University will focus on green recovery, climate change and initiatives across the country, which aim to help make a difference in the environmental world.
The webinar is in association with Bard College in New York, as well as the Open Society University Network – a global network of educational institutions who integrate learning and the advancement of knowledge across several subject areas.
The webinar is a part of a larger project titled “Solve Climate By 2030,” where universities in 50 different countries, including Bangladesh, will organize and attend over 100 webinars to talk about the different aspects of climate change and ways to combat it.
Dr Philippe Forêt, dean at School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Brac University, Dr ATM Nurul Amin, professor of Economics at Brac University, and Regional Coordinator Masnoon Khair, lecturer, Economics and Social Sciences, Brac University will be joining the webinar as special guests.
Other environmentalists, faculty, alumni and activists from across the country are also scheduled to participate in webinars organized by BRACU and partner universities in the week spanning from April 6 to April 14.
In addition to the Brac University faculty, Sharaban Tahura Zaman, senior research fellow at Centre for Climate justice- Bangladesh (CCJ-B), Sajid Iqbal, environment lead, Americas and the Caribbean, Royal Commonwealth Society, Dr Nabil Haque, assistant professor, Department of Environmental Science and Management, North South University, and Md. Ajmain Adil Nakib, Head of Public Relations at Bangladesh Forum for Legal and Humanitarian Affairs will also be featured as panelists for webinars organized in association with other universities, such as North South University.
A primary goal and slogan under the project, is to collectively make climate a class around the world.