Sajed Kamal

Sajed Kamal, EdD, has been a Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development educator internationally for forty years and has taught at various universities including Brandeis University (in the Sustainable International Development program for twenty years). He has authored a dozen books, including The Renewable Revolution, and received many awards, including Boston “Mayor’s First Annual Green Award for Community Leadership in Energy and Climate Protection”, a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, the “Rachel Carson Award” by Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light, and the “North America Nazrul Conference Award.” Also a poet and artist, he has translated literary work by Kazi Nazrul Islam, Rabindranath Tagore, and others.

Climate Change, Coronavirus, the Economy & Renewable Energy: Connecting the Dots

 The UN-IPCC Report, “ARS Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis” is a code red for humanity…The alarm bells are deafening. This report must sound a death knell for coal and fossil fuels, before they destroy our planet. U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres1 Our task is to look at the world and see it whole. E. F. …

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“The Rebel:” An Introduction and Translation

“Bidrohi” (The Rebel) bears the essence of Kazi Nazrul Islam’s life and his works and therefore it remains his most characteristic poem. The poem, thereby, also gave the world “Bidrohi Kobi” (The Rebel Poet). Over his lifetime, even when his focus shifted from the thunderous to the serene, from the restless to the contemplative, from …

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