TUM Mumbai: Indo-German Cooperation and Global Environmental Risks

The TUM Dialogue Series Mumbai edition, presents a panel session on German-Indian Cooperation and Global Environmental Risks. Miranda Schreurs, Professor of Climate and Environmental Studies and Dean of Studies from the TUM Department of Governance will chair the session.

Event Information

November 25, 2021, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Organizer(s): Technical University of Munich

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Time- 10:30 – 12:00 CET

The panel session will bring together speakers from Germany and India who will share their perspectives on German-Indian relations and efforts to address various pressing environmental problems, including climate change and water management. These are critical themes for the Indo-German Partnership project supported by the DAAD and the UGC. According to the World Economic Forum report, among the top five risks include extreme weather events, a failure to meet climate change mitigation and adaptation needs, natural disasters, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse; and human-made environmental damage and disasters.


  • Prof. Miranda Schreurs, TUM School of Governance
  • Sabine Seidler, Head of Division, South Asia, Federal Foreign Office
  • Prof. D Parthasarathy, IIT Bombay, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Prof. Sudhir Chella Rajan, IIT Madras, Indo-German Centre for Sustainability
  • Dr. Kirsten Jörgensen, FU Berlin, Department of Political and Social Sciences