Thom Van Dooren

Environmental Humanities,
University of New South Wales, Australia
Email: thom.van.dooren@gmail.com 
Interests: Ethics and politics of conservation and extinction; wildlife management in the Anthropocene; Public environmental humanities; Field philosophy and collaborative public storytelling on environmental change.

 

Md. Mahmudur Rahman

German House
CFG
House-10/A, Road 90,Gulshan-2,
Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh.
Mobile:  +8801911561912
Email: Mahmud_ju239@yahoo.com 
I am working climate change issues in Bangladesh. At the same time I am tracking climate change issues and negotiations locally and internationally. As you know Bangladesh is the most vulnerable country due to climate change. This country has not enough skill to deal with climate negotiations. I am trying as my personal level to raise the voice for the government of Bangladesh to deal better negotiations for international level. I have a blog Climate Change Issues Negotiations and Bangladesh Position where I’m tracking the latest information about the climate policy and other relevant initiative to disseminate to the maximum number of people.

 

Henry McGhie

Head of Collections
Curator of Zoology
Honorary Scientific Associate,
Faculty of Life Sciences
Manchester Museum
The University of Manchester, Oxford Road Manchester, UK | M13 9PL |
0161 275 2482 www.manchester.ac.uk/museum
www.facebook.com/ManchesterMuseum
Follow us on Twitter @McrMuseum 
Our Museum is committed to promoting understanding between cultures and working towards a sustainable world. We seek to enable people to explore and understand environmental topics, and to encourage and empower them to make positive contributions towards sustainability.

 

Nicolas Kramar

Dirrector
Musée de la nature
Av. de la Gare 42
Case postale 2244
CH – 1950 Sion 2-N 
TPlanning an interdisciplinary exhibition project about the Anthropocene (2016) in collaboration with Dr. Céline Eidenbenz, Valais Art Museum, Sion.