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Presentation on Enhancing India-ASEAN cooperation in critical areas of non-traditional security issues/Global Commons by Dr. Ligia Noronha at the India-ASEAN Delhi Dialogue III held on March 4, 2011.
We warmly welcome our four new Asia members into the AEI Network- Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia University of Fiji, Fiji
DSDS 2011 is the most highly anticipated annual event organised by TERI since 2001. The event offers an wider platform for knowledge exchange and debate on all aspects of sustainable development. DSDS 2011 to be held from 3-5 February, titled “Tapping Local Initiatives and Tackling Global Inertia”, will look at the vital importance of local initiatives through out the world in creating a momentum towards building a sustainable future. For more details visit website http://dsds.teriin.org
Global issues including climate change, biodiversity loss and land degradation have placed India and China in the limelight of many political debates linked global environmental issues. Now standing at a political juncture, this also presents the two countries with an opportunity for domestic and bilateral actions towards sustainable development. In view of the above a collaborative research project was commissioned under the aegis of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) and the India Council for Sustainable Development (ICSD) initiated in the month of September 2008. This was the first collaborative project between the two Councils and the study was conducted by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi and the Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning (CAEP), Beijing. This study focuses on the nexus between environment and development – more specifically on the state of environment and how government in the two countries has responded to environmental issues. As had been emphasized by statesmen from the two countries, the two countries should focus on keeping aside the “intractable issues” and concentrate on other areas of cooperation…we see this joint research initiative is a step forward towards forging bilateral knowledge cooperation on environment and development.We hope that this research project would be a step towards fostering cooperation between the two countries through the process of knowledge exchange. We also hope that the study also provides with some useful lessons for environment ministries in the two countries to take actions towards environmental protection at domestic as well as and regional levels. Project was commissioned by the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) and the India Council for Sustainable Development
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