22nd WCEM Environment Management and Climate Change
(Wednesday) December 08, 2021
1100 - 1845 Hrs (IST) | (Virtual)
Key Takeaways from COP26 and Steering the Board towards Effective Climate Governance
Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Govt. of India
Govt. of Gujarat
Special Chief Secretary
Energy, Govt. of Telangana
Deputy Executive Secretary
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Additional Secretary &
Financial Advisor, Ministry of Power
Govt. of India
Precourt Energy Institute
Stanford University, Sr. Director (Risk), WillisTowers Watson & Board Chair, Climate Policy Initiative, USA
Former Union Secretary
for Environment Forests & Climate Change, Govt. of India
Borosil Renewable Ltd.
Damodar Valley Corporation
Chairman & MD
Executive Director - Markets
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), UK
Principal Secretary - Environment, Forest & Climate Change Department, Govt. of Bihar
Chief Executive Officer
Energy Efficiency Services Limited.
Advisor & Chief Sustainability Officer, Greenko Group
Chairman & Managing Director
PTC India (Power Trading Corporation)
Energy Transitions Essar Capital
Solar Group, India
Partner & Leader
Power & Utilities, EY India
Leadership & Organization Development, University of Oxford, UK
The world is in a climate emergency – “a code red for humanity” according to the UN Secretary-General. The concentration of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the atmosphere is wreaking havoc across the world and threatening lives, economies, health and food.
The deliberations will be in the context of the statement by our Hon’ble Prime Minister at the COP26: “India targets net zero emissions by 2070. India, the country contained 17 per cent of the world’s population but was responsible for only 5 per cent of global emissions”.
“India to increase the share of renewable in its energy mix from about 38 per cent last year to 50 per cent by 2030”.
On this occasion, the famed ‘Golden Peacock Awards’ for ‘Environment Management, OHS, Energy Efficiency & Eco-Innovation-2021 will also be conferred. Amongst the declared winners are some of the leading industry & business groups from India & abroad.
Number of Delegates
|Non Residential Registration fee (*Inclusive of all taxes)||Indian Participants||Overseas Participants|
|Corporate Delegate||Rs. 15,000||USD 200|
|NGOs||Rs. 10,000||USD 150|
|IOD Members (Active)||Complimentary for IOD Members|