Anant National University has launched a climate change fellowship. Currently, we are facing problems like Climate change, forest devastation, bush fires, women safety, pollution of land and water which requires proper planning, execution, and management. It is our fundamental duty to sustain maintain our earth.
To support this, a renowned millionaire introduced the “Climate Change Fellowship” at Anant University located at Ahmedabad.
Few words by Ajay Piramal
Imbibing education with sustainability can solve majority of the problems currently we are facing. To support this, renowned billionaire Ajay Piramal has started a university at Ahmedabad, Gujarat named “Anant National University” with the objective to culminate design concepts of students to solve and to bring an innovative solution in the society. Anant University has introduced a special fellowship program for climate change action.
Few words by Miniya Chatterjee
Miniya Chatterjee CEO from Sustain labs Paris says, “it shifts the focus from the unprecedented level of climate anxiety we see around the world these days to offering individuals ways to be part of the solution to mitigate climate change.”
The advantage of this program is that 75% of classrooms session will be conducted practically by students.
This course is open for all age groups and educational backgrounds.
“We are trying to bring as many people to join this fellowship to solve climate change problems. Entrepreneur, young professionals, retired professional anybody can join the course and give back something valuable to the society,” said Anunaya Chaubey, Provost of Anant National University.
Mentors of this program will be industry leaders Arunabha Ghosh, CEO, Council for Energy, Environment, Water, India; Chetan Maini, CEO, Sun Mobility; Laurence Tubiana, CEO of the European Climate Foundation and Manish Kharbanda, Advisor, Jindal Steel & Power, India.
For more information, you can visit Anant National University’s https://anu.edu.in/ official website.