Implications of post 2020 Climate Agreement for Indian businesses
Venue: TERI, IHC, New Delhi, India
Start Date: 08 January 2015
End Date: 08 January 2015
Under the aegis of India GHG Program, TERI has organized a roundtable discussion on "Implications of post 2020 Climate Agreement for Indian businesses" on 8th January 2015 at TERI, IHC Office. The discussion was well attended and appreciated by the business fraternity. Representations included officials from Tata Sustainability Group, Yes Bank, DCM Shriram, GAIL, Power Grid Corp., Jubilant Life Sciences, Inox Group, among others.
Mr. Shailesh Sreedharan (Director, WRI India) welcomed the delegates and set the theme for the discussion. Dr. Prodipto Ghosh (Distinguished Fellow, TERI) lead the discussion on "Decoding the elements of post 2020 agreement as evolved in Lima". Amb. C. Dasgupta (Member- PM Council on Climate Change and Distinguish Fellow, TERI) shared his views on the outcome at Lima and possible elements of post 2020 agreement.
An Interactive session on the role of National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF) in climate finance space was moderated by Mr. Dipankar Sanyal (CEO, TERI BCSD). The eminent panelist Ms. Rajasree Ray (Additional Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance) shared a presentation on National Clean Energy Fund and its progress so far. Other distinguished panelist Mr. Mahesh Babu (Managing Director, IL & FS Environmental Infra & Services Ltd) shared his experience on NCEF.