Renowned UN expert to speak at Space Studies Colloquium on March 28th
Dr. Singh has a PhD in Environmental Science and has more than 30 years of experience in the area. After working for 13 years with India's Forest Service in various capacities at local, provincial, and national levels, he joined the UNEP in 1989 where he has worked since then, in different parts of the world. He has contributed to over 100 peer reviewed journal articles and UNEP reports. He recently lead a team that brought out UNEP's best seller "One Planet Many People: Atlas of our Changing World".
The topic of his presentation is "Remote Sensing in Decision Making - an International Perspective". Dr. Singh will speak about his involvement with analyzing environmental sustainability around the world. His talk will focus on how to bridge the gap between science and policy and applications and communication of Earth observations technologies for environmental assessment and warning.
The colloquium is open to the public. All are welcome.