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CEEW convenes British and Indian Chief Scientific Advisers for a dialogue
15 Nov 2012

CEEW in collaboration with the British High Commission-DFID India organised a dialogue followed by an interactive discussion on energy, food and water security challenges with Sir John Beddington, Government of the United Kingdom’s Chief Scientific Adviser and Dr R. Chidambaram, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India. Sir John spoke about how climate change will be an additional strain (risk multiplier) on existing and increasing stress on global resources like food, energy, water, and other resources brought about through population growth, increased prosperity and migration. Dr Chidambaram, on the other hand offered his perspective on India's challenges and priorities and the responses it is developing to address the challenge of resource scarcity.

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