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GLF2 Program* – Green Day Out

10 am onwards

Registration. Network over tea at the Atta Galatta and Funky Rainbow bookstores.

10.30 am -11 am

Inaugural Keynote by Prof. Mahesh Rangarajan, author, environmental historian, on the ‘Joys of Writing on the Environment’

11 am – 11.45 am

‘Nature in Motion: The Art and Science of Nature Filmmaking’
Film-screening and discussion with filmmakers Kalyan Varma (Wild in Karnataka), Priya Thuvassery (Coral Woman), moderated by Vidya Mani, core team member at GLF

11.45 am – 12.45 pm

‘Hope Amidst Gloom: Fresh Perspectives on the Climate Crisis’
Discussion with Prof. Harini Nagendra, author and faculty at Azim Premji University, Masood Mallick, CEO, Re Sustainability, Anita Arjundas, Director, ATREE, moderated by Benedict Parmanand, Founder, GLF

12.45 pm – 1.15 pm

Our Tigers Return
The story of the return of tigers to the Panna Tiger Reserve by Peeyush Sekhsaria

1.15 pm – 2 pm

Lunch

2 pm – 2.45 pm

‘Beyond the Camera – People Within the Stories We Film’
Film-screening and Sejal Mehta, journalist and author, in conversation with Aparna Watve on Life in the Sadas – Coastal Lateritic Plateaus of Konkan – one of the world’s most endangered habitats by The Habitats Trust

2.45 pm – 3.30 pm

‘Wild Wisdom Quiz’
by WWF-India

3.30 pm – 3.45 pm

Tea Break

3.45 pm – 4.45 pm

2022 GLF Honour Book Awards
Children, Adults and Business Categories

4.45 pm – 5.30 pm

‘Reading Can Open Doors to Nature’
Conversation with Fridays for Future (India) – Disha Ravi, Tamanna Sengupta and Sriranjini Raman, moderated by Meghaa Gupta, Co-founder at GLF

11 am – 11.45 am

Nature Storytelling for children in English and Kannada
by Lavanya Prasad

12 – 12.45 pm

Nature Writing Workshop for Children (8+)
with Bijal Vachharajani by WWF-India

1.15 pm – 2 pm

Lunch

2 pm – 3 pm

‘Solve a Crime Scene with Naturalist Ruddy’
a cartooning workshop for children (6+) with cartoonist Rohan Chakravarty

3.30 pm – 3.45 pm

Tea Break

5 pm – 6 pm

New Book Launches

11 am onwards

Food stalls and a youth stall by Fridays for Future