Lecture on 'Weather Extremities and Disasters in Uttarakhand Himalayas: manifestation of Climate Change' by Mr. Navin Juyal
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The Centre is pleased to announce a lecture series on Climate Change and the Law. The first lecture in the series was held on 22.5.2021 by Mr. Navin Juyal, a retired senior scientist from Physical Research Lab (Department of Space unit) Ahmedabad. Mr. Juyal's research is on understanding the evolution of the landforms with emphasis on the Himalayan environment. He has published in around 90 peer review journals. Currently, Mr. Juyal is researching on understanding the causes and consequences of extreme weather events in the Himalaya. He spoke on 'Weather Extremities and Disasters in Uttarakhand Himalayas: manifestation of Climate Change'. To see the lecture, please follow the Youtube link below.