In this first of two-part episode" Chat with a geographer", Dr. Romila Verma, an environmental geographer teaching at University of Toronto talks about her educational background and experiences working with water systems in different landscapes around the World. She elaborates on how the power of networking played a major role in her many ventures, such as the Trans Africa Pipeline project. Her message is powerful - Get out of your comfort zone,, talk about your passion and go after your opportunity.
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Dr. Romila Verma is an innovative teacher, researcher, speaker and author, and a leading voice on global water issues. She lectures on water management and environmental science in the Read More
School of the Environment and Department of Geography at the University of Toronto. Dr. Verma received her PhD degree in Environmental Geography from Delhi School of Economics. Her research interests have fostered both the physical and social science perspectives. She firmly believes that today’s youth will benefit from this multidisciplinary thinking to understand and solve complex problems of the world.