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Subhashni Raj was born on 1986 in Suva, Fiji, is an Advocacy of environmental issues such as climate change and also food systems. At 34 years old, Subhashni Raj height not available right now. We will update Subhashni Raj's height soon as possible.
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|Occupation||Advocacy of environmental issues such as climate change and also food systems|
|Subhashni Raj Age||36 years old|
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Earlier, in 2009 Raj had participated in an environmental leadership development program of the U.S. State Department held to "foster environmental stewardship around the globe", in Hawaii where she was disturbed by the extent of the effect of invasive vegetation, rising sea level and erosion of the coastline that took place there. This influenced her future course of action for her country.
Subhashni Raj (born 1986) is a Fijian activist on environmental issues such as climate change, and also related food systems. After her doctoral studies in Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo, New York as a Kauffman Fellow, she has been active in the Climate movement in the Pacific Island countries raising funds for pursuing her initiatives. Her objective is to create a "sustainable future for her native Fiji through climate action planning".
Subhashni Raj was born in Suva, Fiji in 1986. She studied in the Bangalore University in India and obtained a degree in microbiology, chemistry and zoology. She also obtained a Post Graduate Diploma from TERI University in India in Programme-Sustainable Development Practices in Public Policy. On her return from Bangalore to Suva, she joined the 350.org, a global entity involved with people's action initiatives on climate change. She worked as a Project Technical Assistant at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Pacific Island countries. In 2009, she participated, as an environmental activist volunteer, in the peaceful protests held in Copenhagen at the venue where United Nations Climate Talks were being held. Representing the 350.org, she pursued actions related to subjects of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and water governance, apart from "climate advocacy" and took part representing the Pacific Islands countries during several deliberations on climate. She then pursued her studies in Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo, New York as a Fulbright scholar and obtained a master's degree in Masters in Urban and Regional Planning, in 2011. Concurrently with her studies, as an environmental activist who had mobilized many a protests in Pacific rim for the cause of environment, she went to Washington D.C. to join a protest march against the Keystone XL pipeline project. Around 12,000 people participated in this protest which was called the "Tar Sands Action rally". Held in fall 2012 close to the White House, the protest demanded action by the Barack Obama administration not to entertain the permit application for the pipeline, as such a project would be detrimental to the aquifer in the Nebraska Sandhills. On her participation in these protests she was vocal in saying: "In what seemed like United States showing leadership for the first time on issues related to climate action? Of course I needed to be there. If we win this, then it’s history in the making, and for the first time we’ll be on the winning side."