The Urban School in India
- Hyderabad city © Pixabay
Eric Verdeil, academic advisor of the Master of Regional and Urban Strategy and the Dual Master Urban Policy is going to India next week for 3 events.
First of all, he is going to participate to a round table organised by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR). The theme of the discussion will be “Emerging forms of hybrid energy systems in cities of the global South“. Eric Verdeil is going to speak with Rémi de Bercegol, Researcher at PRODIG and the CNRS, Santosh Kumar Thakur, General Manager of the Street Lighting division at EESL (Energy Efficiency Services Limite) and Gaurang Sethi, Head Business Development at Azure Power.
Then, Eric Verdeil is going to present a workshop about “Reforming failed infrastructure, struggling for the state: lessons from Lebanon“. This seminar is part of the CPR-CSH URBAN WORKSHOP. This long-running workshop series, planned by the Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH) at New Delhi and the CPR, seeks to provoke public discussion on issues relating to the development of the city and tries to address all its facets including its administration, culture, economy, society and politics.
Finally, he is going to the School of Planning and Architecture in Delhi to give a conference to the Master of Planning students.