Ahmedabad: “The Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) is planning to introduce a masters programme in climate change from July this year,” CEPT director R.N. Vakil said.
“We have constituted a faculty group recently for environment and climate change studies and we expect to offer a masters programme in climate change from July 2010,” Vakil said.
“The global warming which is happening due to climate change is a relevant topic in present scenario as it impacts every individual and it is significant for CEPT also,” he said.
“CEPT has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a NGO, Indian Society for Community Education to study the impact of climate change on the communities, especially in rural areas,” Vakil added.