Palash Sanyal

Palash Sanyal is a professional in the field of sustainable development, environment, and energy. He has worked with IFAD, TEDTalk, WaterAid Bangladesh and other non-government organizations. Palash specializes in innovative design processes, behavioral change, and transdisciplinary sustainability issues. He has more than five years of facilitation experience, facilitating controversial issues for Soliya, UNESCO, Harvard University, University of Saskatchewan, and various other organizations. Twitter: @prsanyal.

How ICT Can Create A Difference For Northern Communities

The three territories of Canada cover 40% of the total area with a population less than half a percent of the country. Providing service and opportunities to grow in this remote, vast plain has been difficult due to multiple ecological […]

Agricultural Mechanization: Why It Matters 

The rural population involved in agriculture is aging at a faster rate compared to the urban population. Migration, lack of interest, and resources have contributed to this fact. Mechanizing agriculture can be one way to enable the aging population to […]

Harnessing The Power Of Rural Youth Has The Biggest Potential For Poverty Reduction

Kamal, 22, a seasonal farmer and a local of Gafargaon Upazila in the Mymensingh district, is leaving his home in the hopes of making his family financially solvent. His dreams are high, as he plans to be a migrant worker […]

Indigenous Peoples’ Right To Land Can Help In Achieving Conservation Goals

Indigenous people make up about five percent of the world’s population, residing in 70 countries with minimum or no management control over their land, resources, and lives. Even though the actual number is unknown for native populations, about 70% of […]

Solar Pumps: Changing The Rural Agricultural Landscape 

Solar pumps are transforming the agricultural landscape throughout the developing world. The availability of energy throughout the year, as well as government interest across the globe, are benefits in the fight against climate change. Solar irrigation pumps provide support to […]

Women’s Role In Water Resource Management Can Help Move Toward SDG6

If one closely looks at the global data of distribution in land inequality between men and women, a similar pattern emerges in surface water utilization. Surface water use directly from the source is highest where the power dynamics between males […]

Adapting The Narrative Of Climate Change And Renewable Energy

Energy. It’s more complicated than the single word can portray. After all, anything and everything that we do requires energy. The transformation is often not visible but definitely requires attention. If you look at the total energy consumption of the […]