Int'l Collaborations

Deconstructing notions of 'science capital' and 'world class city' in the context of Bangalore and the proposed 'science city' in Challakere

Report of a conversation with Prof. Sheila Jasanoff, Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies Director, Program on Science, Technology and Society Harvard Kennedy School John F. Kennedy School of Government

Date: 16 March, 2017
Time: 3 pm to 5.30 pm
Venue: ESG Workshop Space, Bangalore
Sheila Jasanoff


Report of the conversation with

Innovating and Pioneering Experiences of Social Participation in Water Management

Building a Global Network

Date: 15 September, 2015
Venue: Foz de Iguaca, Parana, Brazil


ITAIPU & UN Water Conference



Undemocratic and exclusionary schema for urbanising India: the case of “Smart Cities”

Organised by CERAS and Centre for Engineering in Society, Concordia University

Date: 6 July, 2015
Time: 6 pm
Venue: Concordia University, Room EV2.184, Engineering and Visual Arts Building (2nd floor) 1515 rue Ste Catherine Ouest, Montreal (Corner Guy and Ste Catherine O; metro Guy-Concordia)

CERAS and Centre for Engineering in Society, Concordia University



"Securing our Common Futures" Dialogue with Pakistani Delegation

Issues of Land, Water, Seed Sovereignty and Consumption to be addressed on 16th October, at Inst. of Agricultural Technologists, Bangalore, 3 pm

Date: 16 October, 2013
Time: 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Venue: Indian Agricultural Institute, Queen's Road, Bangalore

Environment Support Group

[Environmental, Social Justice and Governance Initiatives]


Contested Urban Spaces

Report on ESG Program for University of Washington at Seattle

11 - 19 August, 2009

In collaboration with the University of Washington at Seattle, Environment Support Group (ESG) sponsored a one-week workshop from 11-19 August 2009 on "Contested Urban Spaces" for twenty undergraduate and graduate students. Studying themes of social justice, urbanization, and human rights in Bangalore, the students were exposed to a breadth of environmental issues through presentations, discussions, and field visits facilitated ESG.