Aga Khan University’s Sixth Sense Forum: Karachi’s garbage – Is there a crisis?

Aga Khan University's Sixth Sense Forum: Karachi's garbage - Is there a crisis?Karachi, August 16, 2016: The Aga Khan University is organising a discussion on Karachi’s waste situation on August 18, as part of AKU’s 6sf (Sixth Sense Forum) lecture series.

Is there a garbage crisis? Karachi’s waste situation seems to be getting worse, day by day. Is anybody paying attention?

The talk will focus on how a citizen, an individual, can help reduce the city’s garbage crisis and help make our environment more clean and green.

The 6sf – a collaborative lecture series organised by AKU Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Medical College’s Humanities and Social Sciences group – promotes and encourages academic discourse and intellectual conversation.

Members of the media are cordially invited to the event.

WHAT: A panel discussion on ‘What rubbish!’

WHO: Nausheen H. Anwar, Associate Professor, Urban Studies, Department of Social Sciences & Liberal Arts, Institute of Business Administration

Farhan Anwar, a civil engineer and urban and regional planning expert

Ahmed Mian, an architect from Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture

WHEN: Thursday, August 18, 2016; 4:00 – 5:30 pm

WHERE: Aga Khan University Auditorium, Stadium Road, Karachi

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