Global Warming: Study of the Scientific Uncertainties and the Politics of Population Discourse
A brief analysis of the scientific uncertainties and the politics of population discourse confronting Global Warming.
||Global Warming, Green House Gas, Population Discourse, Kyoto Protocol, Sustainability
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.133-142.
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Research interest is primarily focused on the development of materials for alternative energy with a focus on Polymer solar cells and materials for arsenic removal from drinking water. As an associate faculty of School of Community Science & Technology I am also involved in integrating the scientific and technological issues with different social aspects that are necessary for rendering community service at the doorsteps of the beneficiaries. Presently I am looking forward to hone my skills as an activist to address the impending environmental issues with an aim to foster sustainable development by empowering the marginalized section of the society with inputs from academia, to effectively participate in the struggles at the grass roots and influence policy decision.
Primary area of research interest in materials and social engineering. Member, District Planning Committee of Energy and Environment of Howrah, India and member of the Board of Governors of the Rural Development Forum of The Institution of Engineers (India).
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