Eight Advisors selected from across the globe have been nominated to voluntarily help the sparks in their work, networking and pioneering new ideas for a greener planet altogether.
डॉ. सीता बिम्ब्राॅ : पद्मश्री वीरेंद्र प्रभाकर स्मृति सम्मान प्राप्त करते हुए। यह कार्यक्रम कांस्टिट्यूशनल क्लब आॅफ इंडिया, दिल्ली में 4 जनवरी 2021 को हुआ। चित्र कला संगम (साहित्य, संगीत-नृत्य और विविध कलाओं को समर्पित, स्वयं सेवी, सांस्कृतिक संस्था) यह कार्यक्रम पद्मश्री वीरेंद्र प्रभाकर जी(प्रख्यात फोटो पत्रकार) की पुण्य स्मृति में किया गया। डॉ. सीता बिम्ब्राॅ जी को साहित्य-कला-समाज सेवा के क्षेत्र में सक्रिय व विशिष्ट योगदान के लिए सम्मानित किया गया। डॉ. हरिसिंह पाल, श्री विजय मोहन शर्मा , श्री अशोक जैन एवं श्री रवि जैन ने डॉ. सीता बिम्ब्राॅ जी को सम्मानित किया।
Chemical Holi Colors
|Black||Engine oil + Lead Oxide||Renal failure|
|Green||Engine oil +Copper Sulphate||Eye allergy, puffiness and temporary blindness|
|Silver||Engine oil + Aluminium bromide||Carcinogenic|
|Blue||Engine oil + Perssian Blue||Contract dermatitis|
|Red||Engine oil + Mercury Sulphite||Highly Toxic Skin cancer|
Re-kindle the Original Holi Spirit
Make your own colors
Bajaj Monika, MD Kumar Viredra,
MD Malik Iqbal, Ph.D. Arora Praveeen, MD Dubey N K,
From: The Department of Pediatrics, Kalawati Saran Children’s Hospital,
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi And
Vatavaran (NGO- Working on socio-environmental Issues)
Act Now-Replicate the Models
Adittee is a hopeless romantic and dreamer.
She creates magic with clay. Her work is in Rashtrapati Bhavan and Kartar Pur Corridor.
As a child her passion was to watch potters create from their imagination thus she learnt moulding clay with her
incredible imagination and the magic in her fingers.Family environs made her do masters in Business Administration - Finance.
Five years of her life got wasted in corporate world.Her mind was always revolving around forms and colours and her fingers
wanted to play with different mediums.She resigned and restarted her formal education, this time in Fine Arts at Banaras Hindu
University.During her journey as a Sculptor she understood moods and nature, specialized in the natural and man made mediums
and has started activism against man made sculpting materials. She is popularizing sculpting for personality enrichment and
Iqbal has been a Gold Medalist,first woman to have a doctorate on Indian monkeys in the wild,
German Scientist Exchange Fellow, Full Bright Fellow, Associate Professor at Institute of Home Economics-Delhi
University, Adjunct Professor at State University of New York Buffalo, Member Wild Life Board of India, Animal
Welfare Board of India,Ridge Monitoring Committee, Plastic Monitoring Committee,founder member Central
Zoo Authority & Committee for Protection and Supervision of Experiments on Animals, has authored 19 books,
120 Scientific Review Papers,200 News Print articles, an Anchor or commentator for over 100 Television Transmissions
two of which received Green Oscar and been awarded ‘Green Citizen’ by Dr Abdul Kalam.
Katja is a country girl from Slovenia who chose India to be her second home where she taught under privileged youth,
promoted sustainable action and lifestyle. She followed her passion and did her Masters of sustainable development
and specialized Global education and Education for sustainable development.Currently engaged with LEAD India,
she is working on water conservation project in private and government schools. This out of the box girl is ready to do,
think and perform in new ways. Her professional and informal learning’s have helped her live
a conservationist, naturalist and outwardly simple but inwardly rich life.
Rita has been teaching Human Development with Delhi University.As a social scientist she has worked for over 40 years with
people of diverse background and versatile skill sets. Her doctoral work focused on the process of imbibing family and cultural
practices in children for competence amongst nomadic Gujjars and migrant labor and she concluded that the difference in their
level of competence is presence or absence of family support and interactions. In Canada she assessed, provided consultation
and developed programmes for families of developmentally challenged children and taught early childhood education.
A fantastic childhood in Nairobi with great parents,strong family bonds, good schools, good friends the family was
followed by moving out in 1963.Life restarted from scratch. His jobs ranged from loading-unloading iron bars to ticketing agent.
He carried on following his mother’s guiding principles ( be in time, work hard, alert mind ,learn, have a positive body language
passionate heart, and grateful) Then he started his own aviation company in Canada.His outstanding awards have been Mother Teresa
Humanitarian Award,being called
a gift from his motherland India to Canada and honoured with Excellence Award Philanthropic Activities.
Full Bright Fellow-Anthropology & Archaeology.
Rodney is researcher a par excellence, can conceptualize a field research, innovate the data sheet, mentor the team and
analyse the data using latest techniques. He has worked in India, Nepal, Silver Springs and Florida Keys USA.
He undertook the first ever long term field research on mother-infant relationships in any Asian non human primate,
maternal care in relation to population growth, postpartum mating behaviour,
endocrinology, ecological constrains on the development of Infant independence in rhesus.
Seema got her formal education and learnt her feminine leadership style from Wellesley College, the illustrious academy Post
Graduation Degree in International Development is from Ivy League Harvard University.Though she joined L.E.K. – a London based
Management Consulting Firm, but rebelled when realized that her knowledge,expertise and ability to create wealth was for a mere
business house than to improve the lives of the needy. She resigned, applied and got for the most difficult internship with United
Nation Development Program to combat poverty in the world. She was stationed in South Africa – the country with the highest number
of HIV. Corollary was Seema joining Clinton Foundation - Clinton Health Access Initiative and now Director, Donor Engagement,
Clinton Health Access
Initiative (CHAI) Infectious Diseases programs, interacting with major Donor and supporting the program’s fund raising efforts.
Aashirbad is as dedicated to his heart wrenching poetry, as to his old parents in Ranchi, fulfilment of his wife’s hobbies,
editing books, writing journals and being Associate Director Communications (India) Energy Policy Institute at University of Chicago.
A philosopher poet Litterateur he epitomizes Durwa in Ranchi his birthplace because of his love for natural beauty,
culture and hospitality. He leads his Communication team at EPIC India, which is responsible for simplifying institutional
research to drive policy change through cross-institutional policy engagement, media interactions, social media marketing and
public events. A former journalist, he has over 11 years of strategic communication and stakeholder engagement
experience working in, and with media research groups in India and neighbouring South Asian countries.