Carbon Credit – What It Means And How To Get It?

INVITATION

Members of the managing committee & the board of trustees of Hariyali are pleased to invite you to attend a lecture on “Carbon Credit – What It Means And How To Get It?” by Dr. Dhanya Nambiyar (M.sc., Ph.d. (botany)) on Sunday, 16th december 2007 at 11.00 a.m. at the Bhagavati Vidyalaya, Vishnunagar, Thane 400602 on the Occasion of 11th Annual General Meeting of Hariyali.

Chief Guest: Shri Shree Bhagwan (I.F.S.) Chief Conservator Of Forests, Thane Circle.

Please grace the occasion in time.
(R.S.V.P. Punam Singavi, President: 9323291890) Thane, Dated 12th december 2007


Introduction

 

 

Dhanya Muralidharan Nambiar

CHIEF CONSULTANT
CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT (CEED)

Core Competency:Dhanya Nambiar

  • Carbon Advisory Services
  • Technical Expertise on A/R CDM
  • EMS 14000, QMS 9001 and SA 8000
  • Ecological Assessment
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Socio Economic surveys

Key Qualifications: Ph. D in botany, M.Sc., PGDEM, Lead Auditor for ISO 14000, SA 8000, ISO 9000, Trained Validator for CDM projects.

Dhanya M. Nambiar holds a Doctorate degree in Bioscience. She is presently heading a team responsible for implementation of Greenhouse gas Mitigation projects in the context of Kyoto Protocol. Dhanya has experience in Corporate Environmental Management and is a trained lead auditor for Quality and Environment Management Systems. She is a qualified social auditor and completed many Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assignments for industry and corporate clients. She is associated with several Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) projects and has expertise on ecological modeling, Geographical Information System (GIS) and Remote sensing applications. She is an active member of several nature conservation organizations, and provides advisory services to government/non-governmental organizations.

Centre for Environment Education & Development, Unit No. 117, Devji Kesavji Industrial Estate, W.T Patil Marg, Chembur, Mumbai 400 071, India. Tel.: +91 22-5575 2268

Fax: +91 22-2521 0721 E-mail: dhanyamnambiar@hotmail.com .Website: www.ceedindia.com


Shri Shree Bhagwan

(I.F.S.) Chief Conservator Of Forests, Thane Circle

Shree Bhagwan is a Forest Officer of Indian Forest Service. He did his M.Sc. from Patna University in 1980 and joined Indian Forest Service in 1981.

He was allotted to Maharashtra Cadre after completion of training in 1983. He worked as Sub Divisional Forest Officer, Allapalli for two years and as Dy. Conservator of Forests, Gadchiroli district for three years. From 1991 to 1993 he worked as Dy. Conservator of Forests, West Melghat Division in Melghat Forest.

Considering his long association with tribal people and tribal areas he was tipped to work as Addl. Commissioner (Tribal Development), Nagpur and served on this post till June, 1997. He worked as Conservator of Forests (Wildlife), Nagpur area and supervised wildlife areas of Nagpur, Wardha, Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli and part of Yavatmal District from june 1997 to october 2002.He worked as Conservator of Forests Chandrapur,for forests of Chandrapur and Gadchiroli Districts till November,2006.

He has visited Cambridge University in U. K. and various parts of Europe. During this visit he interacted with people working in conservation field. He has also visited Thailand and Singapore and studied tiger conservation strategy in Thailand, zoo management in Bangkok and Singapore. He has interest in tourism activities based on nature & natural resources. Presently He is working as Chief Conservator Of Forests,Thane Forest Circle.
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8 thoughts on “Carbon Credit – What It Means And How To Get It?

  1. our company is owned 5nos. tea estates as assam total area under tea and other palntation is 3000 Hectare and people are leaving 5000 (approx). in this tea estate. my question is our company is elligeable for claim carbon credit, if is it ? what will be done for the same for claim. please help us. your early reply will be highly appreciate.

    with best regards.

  2. hey i am really pround of my mother for what she has done…she is really a very great woman who has managed her family as well has her professinoal life very well…

  3. We have started a project – First Million Project – where we plan to distribute books to children in Balwadis in Tamilnadu which is fully pictorial and cariies the message of values in life and caring/protecting nature. We are also giving each child a tree sapling to plant and nurture. The Balwadi teacher would monitor the growth of the tree in each village. Our vision is to distribute one million books & trees by 2 years.

    I would like to know how we can get carbon credit for this project.

  4. We are producing bio-fuels briquettes from aggro waste at Greater Noida Part-2 & Shiv Puri.(M.P.).Briquettes size is 60 mm. to 100 mm.C.V. is 3100 to 4400,depending upon the quality of waste.
    Our CUSTOMERS,who have shifted from coal to briquettes,have interest in carbon credit.
    In view of said reasons,I am interested to get training on the subject right from A to Z.
    Pl let me know details of such course/training at DELHI.
    My contact nos. are;-)09868421914(if in Delhi)/09451244679(out of Delhi)

    Ram Singh

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