1 hr 18 min

Event: Managing the Himalaya (live in Sikkim) Asia Rising

    • Politics

The mountains of the Himalaya are instantly recognisable, and they play a critical role in Asia’s climate, hydrology, ecology, and geopolitics. Despite their regional and global importance, they face multiple, severe, and intersecting threats that do not receive the attention they deserve.

Speakers:
Dr Alexander E. Davis (New Generation Network Research Fellow, Politics, La Trobe University)
Dr Ruth Gamble (David Myers Research Fellow, La Trobe University)
Dr Gerald Roche (Research Fellow, Politics, Media and Philosophy, La Trobe University)
Dr. K.R. Rama Mohan (Associate Professor, Head of Anthropology, Sikkim University)
Pema Dorjee (Consulting Editor, Summit Times)
Dr Uttam Lal (Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Sikkim University)

An Indian launch of the La Trobe Asia Brief Issue 3, held in partnership with the anthropology department of Sikkim University on 22 November, 2019.

The mountains of the Himalaya are instantly recognisable, and they play a critical role in Asia’s climate, hydrology, ecology, and geopolitics. Despite their regional and global importance, they face multiple, severe, and intersecting threats that do not receive the attention they deserve.

Speakers:
Dr Alexander E. Davis (New Generation Network Research Fellow, Politics, La Trobe University)
Dr Ruth Gamble (David Myers Research Fellow, La Trobe University)
Dr Gerald Roche (Research Fellow, Politics, Media and Philosophy, La Trobe University)
Dr. K.R. Rama Mohan (Associate Professor, Head of Anthropology, Sikkim University)
Pema Dorjee (Consulting Editor, Summit Times)
Dr Uttam Lal (Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Sikkim University)

An Indian launch of the La Trobe Asia Brief Issue 3, held in partnership with the anthropology department of Sikkim University on 22 November, 2019.

1 hr 18 min

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