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Hemant Wagh

Apr 29, 2015
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"Relative absence of the social sciences in the climate debate is driven by specific structural and institutional controls that channel research work away from empirical relevance."

Hemant Wagh

May 2, 2015
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" Increasing efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change imply an increasing complexity of interactions, encompassing connections among human health, water, energy, land use and biodiversity."

Hemant Wagh

May 19, 2015
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http://biblehub.com/genesis/1-11.htm Then God said, "Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds." And it was so.

Hemant Wagh

May 22, 2015
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The Whole is More than the Sum of its Parts.

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May 22, 2015
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The Whole is More than the Sum of its Parts.

Hemant Wagh

Jun 4, 2015
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tfb2015 Jun. 04, 2015 09:53 AM IST Member 11 | share I think this project is wonderful because trees are crucial both for mitigating and adaptation to climate change. If children learn to value seeds and grow trees we can expect a greener world. In my country Bolivia deforestation is rampant because people don´t value trees nor forests. Therefore teaching children saving seeds and growing trees can make a huge difference because they would love to see how the trees grow and in this way they would love nature. I speak by my own experience I always save seeds and grow them, sometimes I am successful sometimes I am not, but to observe how the trees are growing is like they were my children, and my understanding of nature grows with them. waghhm Jun. 04, 2015 04:20 PM IST Member 12 | share Respected tfb2015, I am very grateful to you for your comments. You have indeed summed up the essence of my proposal in just a few yet very touching sentences. Kindly accept my sincere regards.

Hannah Torres

Jun 8, 2015
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I think this proposal shows commitment to a very noble idea, and I'm a huge proponent of working with children to help promote positive change. To strengthen the proposal, I would recommend being more explicit about how exactly your project will "shift perceptions, values, norms, and attitudes about climate change."

Hemant Wagh

Jun 9, 2015
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Respected hrtorres, I thank you for your comments. Participation since childhood in an activity that would need patience, perseverance, orient towards efforts for wider benefits to society is a reasonable way to help ingrain healthier attitudes towards climate which would further the cause of bettering it. The intangibles are a bit difficult to elucidate in great details. Moreover the informal organization that would emerge with implementation of this activity can also be fruitfully utilized to raise awareness of children about other aspects relevent to climate betterment; one may start introducing other aspects to older students or rather they themselves may start asking very pertinent questions given the unfettered mind of children.

Stevie Harison

Jun 12, 2015
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Hello from Indonesia, Good luck for your project proposal. Just review and make it completed before meet deadline tomorrow. Thank you,

Teresa Flores

Jun 15, 2015
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I think that because your idea is very new didn´t get much support. When new important ideas come, as Vivekananda said, people first ridicule, reject, then with time comes acceptance. I would like to get in touch with you to push forward your project in my country (teresafloresb@yahoo.es). Kind regards, Teresa

Hemant Wagh

Jun 17, 2015
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hrtorres, Thanks for your comments, "tfb2015 Jun. 04, 2015 09:53 AM IST Member 11 | share I think this project is wonderful because trees are crucial both for mitigating and adaptation to climate change. If children learn to value seeds and grow trees we can expect a greener world. In my country Bolivia deforestation is rampant because people don´t value trees nor forests. Therefore teaching children saving seeds and growing trees can make a huge difference because they would love to see how the trees grow and in this way they would love nature. I speak by my own experience I always save seeds and grow them, sometimes I am successful sometimes I am not, but to observe how the trees are growing is like they were my children, and my understanding of nature grows with them." I think more than my explanation the above quoted comments by Teresa explain the concerns raised by you in a better way. stevieleonardharison, thanks for your support and comments. tfb2015, I am happy to read your comment reminding me of what Swami Vivekananda said earlier. I am sending you email.

Hemant Wagh

Jun 25, 2015
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Charleston church shooting, May God bless the departed souls with eternal peace and give us the courage and strength to find a solution to such an issue throughout the world.

Hemant Wagh

Jun 25, 2015
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Charleston church shooting, May God bless the departed souls with eternal peace and give us the courage and strength to find a solution to such an issue throughout the world.