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Climate change is the result of increased greenhouse gas emissions from anthropogenic activities and the debate weather it is real or not, is long over. The current generation is witnessing the climate change impacts in terms of increased flooding, sea level rise, heat and dry islands and so on. It is high time we reciprocate and rethink to understand what went wrong, since we are facing impacts from all directions: Locusts in air, corona on ground and earthquakes sub surface are to name a few! These impacts have clearly shown that there is an urgent need to take focussed action!

The world leaders committed to reduce the GHG emissions under Kyoto protocol, however, the G-20 nations, being the largest polluters, are falling short on their commitments. The revised action plan has been decided in Glasgow during COP26, under the “Glasgow Climate Pact” but the current trajectory of GHG emissions is far off the 1.5 deg C target, and is heading towards 2-3.5 deg C devastated world! The need for urgent action is already here, remember that we have “Only ONE Earth”

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Schedule

Oil & Natural Gas

04 November 2022
Pandit Deendayal Energy University (PEDEU)
Ahmedabad
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Agriculture & Livestock

01-Feb-2023
IIT Guwahati
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Discussion Points:

 

The Climate Goals : Technological Roadmap to Net Zero series of event proposes to offer a high-level brain storming sessions on GHGs including methane emissions from different sectors

EXPECTED TAKEAWAYS

GOVERNING COUNCIL

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Prof. C.K. Varshney

Former Dean
and Professor
Ecology, JNU
New Delhi

Mr. R. R. Rashmi

Distinguished Fellow and Programme Director
TERI

New Delhi

Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao

Pillay Chair Professor, and Former Director

IIT Delhi

New Delhi

Dr. Prashant Gargava

Member Secretary
CPCB
New Delhi

Prof. Anil Namdeo

Department of Geography
& Env. Sci.,
Northumbria University
Newcastle

Dr. B. Sengupta

Former Member Secretary
CPCB
New Delhi

Prof. Thiagarajan Jayaraman

Senior Fellow
(Climate Change)
M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation
Chennai

Dr. R. R. Sonde

Visiting Professor
IIT Delhi
New Delhi

Dr. Rakesh Kumar

OSD, CSIR,
Former Director,
CSIR-NEERI
Nagpur

Dr. P. Rambabu

Advisor
Greenko Group
Navi Mumbai

Dr. Rajesh Seth

Professor
Civil and Env. Eng. Dept.
University of Windsor
Windsor
Ontario, Canada

Dr Sudip Mitra

Associate Professor Head
Centre for Disaster Management & Research
IIT Guwahati

Ms. Seema Arora

Deputy Director General
Confederation of Indian Industry
New Delhi

Mr. Ayush Lohia

CEO,
Lohia Auto Industries

STEERING COMMITTEE

DR. J. S. SHARMA
SUMMIT CHAIR & CONVENOR

DIRECTOR,
ICCSA FOUNDATION PRESIDENT IAAPC,
FORMERLY GGM & HEAD, (ENV.), ONGC
DELHI

Mr. Nobou Tanaka

Former Ed, IEA,
President Sasakawa Peace Foundation
Tokyo, Japan

Dr. Anurag Sharma

Director (Onshore) ONGC
New Delhi

Dr. Anjan Ray

Director, CSIR-IIP,
Dehradun

Dr. Ashok Pandey

Executive Director
(Honorary) CEES, & Scientist (CSIR-IITR)
Lucknow

Prof. Amit Garg

Professor,
IIM-Ahmedabad

Mr. Narinder Nair

Chairman, Mumbai First
Mumbai

Dr. JR Bhatt

Advisor (Climate Change) MoEFCC,
India

Dr. S. D. Attri

Scientist
G, DGM, AASD IMD,
New Delhi

Mr. J. P. Gupta

MD, GreenStat Hydrogen Pvt Ltd
New Delhi

Dr. Sumana Bhattacharya

Senior Advisor, Climate Change
IORA Ecological Solutions
New Delhi

Prof. G Krishnamoorthy

Prof. of Chemistry
Head of Central & Instrument Facility
IIT Guwahati

Dr. Vikram Vishal

Associate Professor
Dept of Earth Science,
IIT Bombay

Mr. Ravi Ranjan Guru

Deputy Director General
AIILSG

New Delhi

Mr Shikhar Jain

Deputy Head
CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development
New Delhi

Prof. Manju Mohan

Professor, Centre for Atmospheric Science
IIT Delhi
New Delhi

Dr. Mukesh Sharma

Professor, Dept of Civil Engineering
IIT kanpur
Kanpur

Dr. Susan Varghese P

Head Associate Professor
St. John’s College
Agra

Dr. Bhupinder Singh

Head, Division of Env Science
IARI
New Delhi

Stakeholders and Partners

PARTICIPANTS AND INVITEES

Climate Goals : Technological Roadmap to Net Zero series of event is designed for different stakeholders SVPs, VPs, Directors, Leaders and Managers of following sectors :

WHY ATTEND

Climate Goals: Technological Roadmap to Net Zero would provide a unique platform for networking with and learning from climate, energy and sustainability professionals across diverse sectors on GHGs / methane emission. Join the community of public and private sector leaders who are at the forefront of climate action in India to:

BUILD STRATEGIC BUSINESS CONNECTIONS
With a global audience of climate, energy and sustainability thought leaders and decision makers addressing GHGs emissions in their operations.

GAIN NEW INSIGHTS
Engage leaders in discussion of GHGs including methane emission, and build upon roadmap and professional development goals through an interactive program that addresses GHGs emissions from different sectors, risks and resilience, and navigating current policy and innovative financing.

COLLABORATE
With Leaders and Policy makers of different sectors of GHGs emission through networking events, strategy exchange sessions.

FAQ

When is the event?

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

What is the purpose of the Climate Goals: Technological Roadmap to Net Zero?

Climate Goals: Technological Roadmap to Net Zero initiative of ICCSA will focus on mapping GHGs including methane emissions from five important target sectors in India including Oil & Gas, Coal Mining and Coalbed, Agriculture and Livestock, Landfills and Waste and Transportation. This event series will be organised from September 2022 to April 2023 in different cities for sharing the knowledge and information on GHGs to understand the current status of their release and the processes, methodologies and promising technologies for their mitigation from the environment.

Will the sessions be recorded and available after the event?

Yes, we will publish all the sessions after the event and notify all attendees by email when they are ready.

Is the event open for all?

This is an exclusive invite-only event. Reservation will be on first-come, first-served basis.

Can the media participate?

Yes, we welcome media participation. Also, we are happy to assist the media in making connections with our speakers and setting up interviews with—or quotes from—our organizers. For more information, please contact events@iccsaf.com