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Episode#2 Lifestyle For Environment Living Udaharan with Shri Satya Bhupal Reddy Ji

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Episode#2 Lifestyle For Environment- Living Udaharan with Shri Satya Bhupal Reddy Ji

Greetings from Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA), a flagship program of the Ministry of Education, Government of India, National Coordinating Institute, IIT Delhi. 
Dialogue with Living Udarahans of LiFE is one of the engagement program activities under Civil Society 20 (C20), Unnat Bharat Abhiyan will play a significant role alongside YOJAK,Civil-20 is one of the Engagement groups of the G20 process. The purpose of Civil20 (C20) is to bring together voices, ideas and solutions from civil societies across the Globe. The C20 group leverages the diverse spectrum of our society and is expected to channelize the G20 process towards being inclusive, people-centric, democratic and better informed. For the past few years, Bharat has been highlighting ‘Lifestyleʼ as one of the issues requiring global discussion. Lifestyle for the Environment is one of the important discussion themes in all three tracks of the G20 process.  The C20 in Bharat has created 14 working groups covering various aspects that civil societies work on. LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment) has been identified as one of the significant working groups. 
We are happy to share that Shri Satya Bhupal Reddy Ji will grace us with his presence for our second episode. His expertise and experience will enlighten thousands of faculties, education enthusiasts, villagers and policy stakeholders who are the target audience and we are looking forward to having your attendance.
Date: 4th of May, 2023
Time: 03:30 PM -05:00 PM
About the speaker: 
 Shri Satya Bhupal Reddy Ji is a Gandhian committed for protecting Biodiversity,and social transformation at grass roots level has started his career as farmer in  a tiny village in Prakasam district in 1981 after completion of M.Tech in Regional Planning from IIT Kharagpur. Later with his vast experience in farming sector he promoted an NGO (REEDS)working in the drought prone remote  tribal areas on holistic village development. Having experience in Biodiversity, sustainable rural livelihoods, and poverty alleviation through comprehensive rural development programs, Sustainable agriculture ( Seeds to Sales concept : Non-Pesticidal Management, Integrated Pest Management, Bio-technology, grain storage, Processing and Marketing), Agro-forestry, Natural Resource Management – Rain water harvesting, Safe Drinking water, water resources management, Revival of traditional water resources, Community forest Management, Home stead forestry, Health, Hygiene and sanitation – , Reproductive Child Health, traditional birth attendants, low cost latrines. He created a large nework of  Self help groups, ( 10,000 women)village organizations(107Villages) farmers’ networks (5), community forest management groups(25) Educating People to write Village biodiversity registers in 25 villages. Adolescent girls associations, Paramedical workers associations and NGO Networks like Jala Samakhya.
Member of state-level networks:
Positions: Executive Director of Research in Environment Education and Development Society,  General Secretary Water Consortium Network,  Advisory board member in NSS Unit of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. Life member of All India  Institute of Town Planners, India, Member in Jala Samakhya. At Present APSSAAT GB Member and Member in REAC , ANGRAGU .
Present Work: Madhya Bharath Vananchal Samrudhi Yojana in Rajasthan,Gujarat,Maharastra,Madya Pradesh, Chattishgarh, Jharkand, Orissa , Assam,Arunachal Pradesh , A.P. and Telangana States. Enumaleru rejuvenation program in Prakasam district with the support of Yojak and Sewa International. Tribal Sub-Plan in Vizianagaram district with the support  of  ICAR-IIOR.  School Education Program in Giddalur with the support of Dr. Gajula Syamsundar,Rtd. Director, ICAR-IIPD.
Poster attached