Inefficient and improper garbage disposal systems, shortage of water and other civic services are imposing unbearable burden on urban and city life. As Paris Climate Change Agreement was officially signed by all 196 participating nations signals a global shift towards a low carbon economy in the 21st century. Businesses should seize the opportunity to significantly adjust business models to move towards low carbon production, product-service systems, cradle-to-cradle design, and industrial ecology. Businesses can expect increasing regulation in regards to disclosure, transparency and carbon markets.
To meet growing demand for sustainable goods and services, businesses around the world are innovating and developing new ways of doing business. Indian businesses across all sectors must innovate and improve upon existing business practices to remain internationally competitive.
There is a huge opportunity for future focused business leaders as the globe transitions to a low carbon future. The Paris Agreement allows individual countries flexibility in determining the carbon reductions and gives businesses a greater role in setting the agenda for a transition to a low carbon future. This change from a ‘top down’ to a ‘bottom up’ approach has created significant opportunities for innovation, positioning, restructuring, and growth in new markets. Businesses have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with governments to enable achievement of commitments. Our expert consultants can help governments and businesses meet the challenges posed by energy security and climate change, while delivering sustainable solutions that maximize the benefits for our clients. We can provide expertise to not only in India but both developed countries and developing countries.
KEY EVENTS DONE
In order to promote the “green philosophy”, amongst stakeholders viz. builders, buyers, service providers and the sanctioning authorities and enhance their commitment towards nature for preservation, maintenance and sustaining environment and ecology, BRICS-CCI along with Alumni Association of JNU (AAJ) and GRC India organized many online Workshop-cum-Conference on various Environmental topics.
SHRI V. MURALEEDHARAN Ji, Hon’ble Minister of State for External Affairs & Parliamentary Affairs, GoI, graced the webinar as Chief Guest.It’s important to mention here that in these moments of monumental crisis we missed to think about the Indian diaspora who lives and works abroad as also the large chunk of Indian citizens stuck overseas for various reasons like tourism, business tour, official assignment/work, seminar/conference and most importantly students studying in various global institutions/universities. The Indian government embarked on Vande Bharat mission to rescue and bring back Indians stranded in various foreign countries, given the Coronavirus global pandemic crisis. Media lauded the Indian government’s decision to eventually bring back home few lakh stranded Indians from across the globe.
MEDIA playing a great role in shaping the country’s freedom struggle, and its contribution towards the nation’s overall socio-economic development. But given the digital revolution, and the rise of social media networks, there is an urgent need to revisit the media landscape and redefine the Role of Media. This becomes even more pertinent since modern technology and social media have taken a centre stage and are all set to monopolize the public space, which once belonged to the news media of yore, in the emergence of new or self-reliant India.