Jacaranda Tales: The Online Edition

The much appreciated Jacaranda Tales film festival on women and nature is back with an online edition. From 9th to 18th April, you can watch films and recordings of the panels that had been organized in the Gandhi Bahavan Auditorium. The festival will go live at  doculive.blogspot.com  on 9th April 2022.

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Birdsong Exhibition

Early Bird is delighted to be partnering with the Indian Music Experience Museum in Bangalore for an upcoming exhibit called Birdsong. This is an exhibition curated by the museum that spotlights the contribution of birds to our ecological and cultural wealth. It opens on 1 Apr 2022 and entry to the birdsong exhibit will be […]

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Indian Music Experience Museum, Bangalore, Karnataka India
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Mobilizing Collective Action to Address Climate Change

How faith in science & commitment to moral principles guide the process of learning would advance this process of change? What kind of institutional structures would be needed to systematize and disseminate knowledge generated in local settings? This webinar is part of webinars on the social and economic impact of the pandemic on India’s most […]

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Exploring pathways for a city-wide plan for integrating pollination service and green infrastructure in Bengaluru

Bangalore, one of fastest-growing cities in India, saw a surge in vegetable gardening during the Covid-19 lockdown, and there is keen interest in sustaining this. Urban gardens require pollinators for enhanced productivity. A panel of ecologists and city planners will discuss provisions for integrating pollinator-friendly green infrastructure with city planning. Register for the session: https://t.co/kdUmvF4BHx

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Jacaranda Tales: A Film Festival on Women and Nature

Jacaranda Tales is a celebration of women's symbiotic relationship with nature, recognizing their often overlooked contributions to nurturing of the environment. The 4 day festival hopes to create awareness on environmental issues, cutting across barriers of class, gender and literacy using the power of the audio-visual format. Panel discussions with eminent environmentalists and film makers […]

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Gandhi Bhavan Auditorium, Kumara Park east
Bengaluru, Karnataka India
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Garden To Fork: Solitary Bees

Join Soubadra Devy and Chethana Casiker as they explain the role and importance of pollinators in our urban gardens and how gardeners can contribute to urban biodiversity while reaping the bounty. About the Speakers: Dr Soubadra Devy researches the sustenance of plant-pollinator/animal interactions. Chethana Casiker's research interests involve bees and spiders. Currently, she studies pollinators […]

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Oceans & Us

A two-part webseries exploring our relationship with the ocean through seafood. Register at : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfk_i7UJCqFLiNRBKhHC34NZ7dYPqK3EUPO2AX47dkDUcr82A/viewform

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Water Stories – NAMMA OORU, NAMMA NEERU

Art in Transit & Biome Environmental Trust invites your virtualpresence in celebrating the work of Mannu Vaddar Community withan evening of poetry by Kaavya Sanje. There rests a heaven underneath, Unseen, unnoticed, regarded less. Registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IxFUnyUjQgSqwgOLptyJKg Join us on September 04, 2021 at 5 pm for a virtual celebration of the culmination of the Namma […]

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Zoom Webinar,

How to be a Weaverbird with Suhel Quader

How to be a Weaverbird with Suhel Quader Being a weaverbird is tough. If you are a male, you have to learn how to weave a nest; then you have to compete with lots of other males for a good nesting spot, and to find a mate. If you are a female, you need to […]

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Zoom Webinar,

    As we move into a new year and a new phase for Jakkur lake, it is the best time to relook and determine the next step forward. On this world wetlands day, we invite you all to a webinar on the Wetland of Jakkur Lake and it's rejuvenation. Broaden your understanding of wetlands […]

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Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl’s Confabulous Memoir // SDG10 Reduced Inequalities

Join author Kai Cheng Thom and writer and researcher Nadika Nadja, on January 9, 2021 at 7:30 pm IST, for a conversation about Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars and its relevance to SDG 10, Reduced Inequalities. Get your copy of the book here, and see you on the 9th with your questions and reflections. Register […]

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I Will Save My Land // SGD7 – Affordable And Clean Energy

In the fifth edition of the Reading For Change series, join author and activist Rinchin and Shripad Dharmadhikary, an activist, researcher, and coordinator of the Manthan Adhyayan Kendra, as they discuss Rinchin's book I Will Save My Land and the conflicts and concerns around affordable and clean energy. Grab your copy of the book, and […]

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers // SDG4 – Quality Education

The fourth Reading for Change event takes S. Giridhar’s Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers as an entry point to SDG 4 Quality Education. Drawing from S. Giridhar’s personal experience with the Azim Premji Foundation, the book tells the stories of government school teachers across India, dedicated to improving the lives of the children in their care. […]

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BIOME Environmental Trust at the TEDx Countdown

TEDx Biome Environmental Trust is live tomorrow!! With speakers from Bengaluru and around the world! Don’t miss it! Come join and listen to the story of Bengaluru and its water! Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYod-CqrjooHtX-5XD8tTexnGc6tFCtQtJt  

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Spillover//SDG3 – Good Health and Well Being

Where and why do new pathogens emerge? How do they turn into a pandemic? David Quammen explores these questions in Spillover, an accessible and well-researched book about pathogen spreads before Covid-19. On the 3rd of October David will be in conversation with award-winning writer and journalist Anil Ananthaswamy to talk about Spillover in the context […]

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Learning from and living with nature – Experiences from Jakkur lake

For a City like Bengaluru to be water resilient there is a dire need to save our Lakes. Community, Collaboration and Conservation are the 3c’s to focus on when it comes to revival of urban lakes. Conservation becomes possible when Communities around the lake come together to Collaborate with the stakeholders to work towards saving […]

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Inferior//SDG5 – Gender Equality

Join author Angela Saini and neuroscientist Vidita Vaidya in conversation about "Inferior" and SDG 5, using the book as an entry point to discuss gender equality and women in science. Read the book and join the discussion with your thoughts, reflections and questions. Sign up here, and purchase the book here!

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Who Feeds Bengaluru @ Phytopia

If you’ve ever wondered how food travels from the farm to the market to your plate and what are the different forces that shape the food culture of Bengaluru city, then this workshop is for you! Spread over 2 days, Who Feeds Bengaluru (WFB) is an exploration into different forces that shape how the city of […]

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Discussion on ‘Scavengers’ and SDG11 with Seema Mundoli and Lakshmi Karunakaran

The people involved in providing services a city can't do without, are usually mostly invisible to the citizens unless things go wrong. Scavengers, by foregrounding characters in a similar situation, provides a very inclusive entry point to talk about SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities. Join Seema Mundoli and Lakshmi Karunakaran this Saturday at […]

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Reading For Change: Live Q&A with Darren Simpson

Book 1 of BSF's Reading For Change series: Scavengers Darren Simpson's debut novel Scavengers is the first book for our new series 'Reading For Change'. Scavengers was a Guardian Best Book of 2019 and was also selected for 2019's national Summer Reading Challenge. Darren also provided the story for The Dust on the Moth, a […]

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