Eastern Himalayan Rural Futures®:
Ecology for the New Economy

Virtually bringing together 12 Eastern Himalayan Capitals and 10 Countries for
creating a Naturenomics™ Agenda – Ecology for the New Economy

EHNF - 2019 - Rural Futures: Nature Capital Towards Universal Basic Assets

Universal Basic Assets serves as a foundation for conservation and community empowerment for sustainable well-being and to build an equitable society. In its 7 th year, Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2019 will serve as a dialogue to drive more sustainable actions towards

Rural Futures: Nature Capital Towards Universal Basic Assets. The objective of the Forum 2019 is to understand and to discuss about possible ways to create a system for Natural Capital Enhancement & subsequent sustainable liquidation towards Universal Basic Assets. 

With notable speakers from multi-disciplinary fields, the dialogue would for the first time in the Eastern Himalayas engage in the discourse of Nature Capital and its applicability towards Universal Basic Assets.

The Forum will be followed by the 7 th edition of Balipara Foundation Social Recognition Awards on 6 th November 2019 to recognise, reward and award our Earth heroes from the Eastern Himalayas.

National & Global Strategies for the Sustainable Development Goals

by Ambassador Chandrashekhar Dasgupta,
Prime Minister’s Council for Climate Change, India

Interdisciplinary Thought Leadership for the Naturenomics™️ Civilization

Looking Back: The Journey of Balipara Foundation

by Karishma Ahmed, Rural Futures: Communications & Forums and Prabir Banerjea, Co-Founder & Managing Member , Balipara Foundation

The Naturenomics™️ Civilization Through Rural Futures®

By Joanna Dawson, Rural Futures – Anthropological Visioner Saurav Malhotra, Rural Futures – Co-Founder & Designer, Balipara Foundation

Impact Bonds Towards Universal Basic Assets

by Richard Hawkes, The British Asian Trust,UK Saleem Khan, The British Asian Trust, India

Nature Capital Optimisation for Delivering Universal Basic Assets

Anish Andheria, Wildlife Conservation Trust in conversation with Sarmistha Das from Tezpur University, Sarath Davala from the Basic Income Network, Rituraj Phukan from the Green Guard Organization & Suresh Pait from Pakke Jungle Camp

Anthropogenic Causes & Geogenic Outcomes – An Arterial Link to Universal Basic Assets

by Sunayana Sarkar, Geologist & Assistant Professor Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies

How to make Environment News mainstream?

By Kaushik Deka, Senior Editor ,India Today

HIGHLIGHTS : DAY 1

Transformative dialogues on Nature Capital for Universal Basic Assets
5th November

HIGHLIGHTS : DAY 2

Transformative dialogues on Nature Capital for Universal Basic Assets

6th November