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AECOM's Johannes Wilson — an engineering geologist based in Christchurch, New Zealand — explores the history and rapid growth of Bangalore.

Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Cities for People

CONTENT: Blog

"Namaskara, from Bangalore!" begins Johannes Wilson — an engineering geologist based in AECOM’s Christchurch, New Zealand, office — as he greets the many blog readers following his volunteer efforts in Bangalore, India. For more than a week, Johannes has been working alongside two other AECOM employees to deliver clean energy solutions to India’s poor as part of Pollinate Energy’s Young Professionals Program.

Follow Johannes’ journey as he explores the history and rapid growth of Bangalore.

 

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Keywords: Energy | AECOM | Alternative Energy | Bangaluru | Bloggers | City Growth | Clean Energy | Energy | Energy Poverty | Environment | Green Infrastructure

CAMPAIGN: Cities for People

CONTENT: Blog

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