From 30th November to 11th December, 195 countries will gather in Paris for the 21st Conference on climate, also known as COP 21. This conference would lead to the adoption of an internationally binding and universal agreement whose ultimate aim would be to achieve a carbon free society and economy.

In this perspective, Alliance Française de Bombay will organize workshops, screenings and debates to generate awareness about climate change, highlight this issue and discuss possible solutions.




Mon. 7th, 6.30pm, Alliance Française Auditorium

Home by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (94′)

A visually stunning, spectacular journey around the world. With aerial footage from fifty-four countries, ‘Home’ focuses on the current debate about climate change from a whole new angle; going well beyond the scientific reports.

SPECIAL SCREENING with Dharavi Diary

Wed. 9th, 6pm, Dharavi Diary (Naya Nagar, Near pipeline, Dharavi, Mahim)

Mia et le Migou / Mia and the Migoo by Jacques-Rémy Girerd (92′)

A young girl’s search for her father in a tropical paradise, threatened by the construction of a gigantic hotel resort. More than a beautifully animated adventure, this movie raises important questions regarding the impact of human action on environment.

Fri. 6.30pm, AF auditorium

DISCUSSION – Climate Change : WHAT!?

Climate Change is everywhere in the media, in the political agenda… but who knows exactly what it is? What could be its real consequence? What will it change in our lives, in our societies?Climate Change what2

Alliance Française de Bombay and IIT Bombay have invited a panel of experts in order to introduce you to this emergency and answer your questions regarding Climate Change and its environmental and social consequences. Four people will present four ways to deal with these issues:
– Anand B. Rao (IIT Bombay): Green house emissions
– Anamitra Saha (IIT Bombay): Climate Change & monsoon
– Kamal Murari (Tata Institute for Social Sciences): social adaptation of rural areas
– Sherly M A (IIT Bombay): social adaptation in urban areas (Mumbai floods…)

In partnership with IIT Bombay and the science & technology department of the French Embassy in India

SOCIAL THEATRE with Dharavi Diary

Sat. 12th, 10pm – 1pm, Alliance Française Auditorium

Discover theatre as a tool to increase awarness and debates on climate change… Experience the Social Theatre with Dharavi Diary !

Get involved with AFB ! Be a part of the preparations for the workshop with Dharavi Diary and its volonteers.

More info at [email protected]


OPEN MIC with The Poetry Club Mumbai

Sat. 12th, 2pm – 5pm, Alliance Française Auditorium

An Open Mic dedicated to environment with The Poetry Club Mumbai ! Here is your chance to express and to grab the mic and share your views, inspirations, thoughts and concerns about these issues.

This event is open to everyone. However, prior registrations are mandatory. 

Click here to register –

Facebook event page –

RSVP at [email protected]

In partnership with The Poetry Club Mumbai and Dharavi Diary