Bindu Bhandari

Outreach and engagement manager
Climate Interactive

DAY 1 | 2 JULY

BUILDING SUSTAINABILITY KNOWLEDGE

Climate Science

  • Understanding the big picture - how did we get where we are today. The latest is science based knowledge and understanding

  • Where and how to find the climate science, best places to find the facts

  • Regional context and understanding of the facts and priorities


What you can gain:

  • High level overview of the environmental landscape

  • Science backed knowledge

  • How to communicate this

Bindu Bhandari is a climate change campaigner turned communicator from Nepal. For the last eight years, she has worked in different capacities with a wide range of institutions to build the capacity of youth networks, educators and business groups in addressing climate change. Currently, she works with a not-for-profit think tank called Climate Interactive. Her work focuses on using interactive climate tools to deliver systems-level insights that are policy-relevant for mitigating climate change with equitable policies. Ms Bhandari was a Chevening scholar and holds a Masters degree in Climate Change Science and Policy from the University of Bristol.


She has received several awards and recognitions for her campaigns on sustainability and youth empowerment. These include – The Inspiring UN Volunteers Award, Collegiate Ambassador for Peace, Young Achiever by Nepal TV and Eco-generation’s Best Regional Ambassador, to name a few. She was also listed as one of the 25 female climate leaders shaping 2019 by the Ecologist.

Bindu Bhandari is a climate change campaigner turned communicator from Nepal. For the last eight years, she has worked in different capacities with a wide range of institutions to build the capacity of youth networks, educators and business groups in addressing climate change. Currently, she works with a not-for-profit think tank called Climate Interactive. Her work focuses on using interactive climate tools to deliver systems-level insights that are policy-relevant for mitigating climate change with equitable policies. Ms Bhandari was a Chevening scholar and holds a Masters degree in Climate Change Science and Policy from the University of Bristol.


She has received several awards and recognitions for her campaigns on sustainability and youth empowerment. These include – The Inspiring UN Volunteers Award, Collegiate Ambassador for Peace, Young Achiever by Nepal TV and Eco-generation’s Best Regional Ambassador, to name a few. She was also listed as one of the 25 female climate leaders shaping 2019 by the Ecologist.

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