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Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE)

About ATREE

ATREE is an environmental research organization that focuses on biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. It is based in Bangalore and recognized as a PhD research centre by Manipal University. ATREE’s interdisciplinary doctoral programme is perhaps the only one in the country with faculty from across relevant natural and social science disciplines.

About the Fellowships

ATREE invites applications for admission to its Doctoral Research Programme for the academic year starting August 2013.

Applications are invited from highly motivated students with a Master’s degree in any branch of the social, natural, or engineering sciences. Students will undergo intensive course work and will be expected to undertake independent research on any environmental topic under a multi-disciplinary dissertation committee.

Students are expected to join the programme full-time and 5-year fellowships will be provided for maximum of 10 students. Fellowships range from Rs. 16,000 to Rs. 18,000 per month.

April 25, 2013 12:00AM

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Bhujal Bhawan
Central Ground Water Board, SWR
HSR Layout Sector 1, 27th Main,
7th Cross, Bangalore-560102

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March 14, 2013 10:00AM

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March 6, 2013 9:00AM - March 9, 2013 5:00PM

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Dear All,

We drilled a borewell about a year and half back upto a depth of 150 ft and had to stop as we encountered boulders in Bangalore. Now the bore is completely dry.

We were informed by the person who checks the water source that there is water available beyond the boulders.

Would like to know if the blouders can be crushed and dug further to find the water source or I should not proceed further.

Thanks,

Karthik

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Voices from the Waters

Bangalore Film Society in collaboration with Alliance Francaise de Bangalore, Maxmueller Bhavan, Bangalore, SVARAJ, Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), Ithaca College, USA, Christ University, Bangalore, Visthar, Charter of Human Responsibilities, Samvada, Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy, YWCA, Bangalore, Pacific Asia Resource Centre (PARC), Tokyo and Water Journeys – Campaign for Fundamental Right to Water are presenting the 8th edition of Voices from the Waters 2013.

About the festival

Voices from the Waters is conceived as a travelling film festival. The selected films after being premiered in Bangalore will be taken to educational institutions, non governmental organizations, small towns and villages across India followed by discussions. This festival has established its relevance over the last seven years and has consistently been receiving entries for the festival from countries across the world underlining the global concern for water.

May 30, 2013 12:00AM

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Hello,

We are planning a Sewage Treatment Plant at our office in Bangalore, having 450 people. ( No residential quarters).

Need information on these :

  • How to estimate capacity of the required STP?
  • What is the budgetary cost estimate for civil works and STP plant for 450 people?

With regards

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February 16, 2013 8:30AM

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February 15, 2013 9:00AM - February 15, 2013 5:45PM

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Central Ground Water Board, Bangalore

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Conference Hall, Bhujal Bhawan,
27th Main, 7th Cross, Sector-I,
HSR Layout, Banaglore-560 102

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February 18, 2013 10:00AM - February 22, 2013 4:00PM

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In a candid interview with Lakshmi, Vani Murthy speaks on solid waste management practices that we follow at home. About 4500 tons of garbage is produced daily in Bangalore, that ultimately reaches the landfill sites, contaminating soil, water and the environment. Of the waste that we throw away daily, at least 80% is recyclable. Unfortunately, this hidden resource is lost as part of trash thrown away. Segregation at source will not only effectively reduce the burden on the overflowing landfills, but also help in pollution control.

Source of video: Chai with Lakshmi

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