The seventh webinar of the M.A. (Public Policy and Sustainable Development) webinar series organized on 5th June 2021 discussed about the sustainable energy and India's future from the perspective of energy efficiency.
While Dr Ritu Mathur discussed the choices that India has in the net-zero emissions scenario, Mr Viraj Desai talked about the real and present state of India's transition to sustainable energy alternatives including the Electric Vehicles.
Dr Ritu Mathur, Director, Integrated Assessments & Modelling, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Mr Viraj Desai, Press and Information Officer, Delegations of the European Union to India spoke on ‘India's Energy sector choices in a net-zero emissions scenario’ and 'Indian companies swift transition to sustainable energy alternatives in the new global order and India's EV Scenario’ respectively.
Department of Business & Sustainability, TERI School of Advanced Studies organised (Edition 6) of Campus2Corporate (C2C) Series on June 4th, 2021. The topic of the webinar was ‘Carbon Neutral Now Carbon Negative Next Business as a force for good’.
The esteemed speaker for the session was Mr Akhil Vinaik – Regional Manager at Steelcase Asia Pacific Holdings India Pvt Ltd.
Akhil has over 13 years of experience across industry segments, such as industrial equipment, software, consumer products, electrical, automation, office furniture. He is a mechanical engineer and MBA in Marketing, with expertise in B2B Sales Leadership and Strategy.
The sixth webinar of M.A. (Public Policy and Sustainable Development) that took place on 29th May 2021 dealt with two important topics that directly impact the common men.
While the role of the public is seldom discussed in the closed-door conferences on climate change, contract farming especially from the preview of the recent Farm Acts, 2020 had drawn massive protests from the farmers.
The webinar presented an excellent opportunity to learn more about the multi-dimensional implications of these issues in the contemporary world politics.
Dr Manish Kumar Shrivastava, Assistant Professor, Department of Energy and Environment, TERI SAS and Mr Shyam Sundar Kandpal, Joint Director, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change & Student, MA (PP&SD), TERI SAS spoke on ‘The 'Public' in the Policy Discourse on Climate Change’ and ‘Contract Farming New to India vis-à-vis Farm Laws 2020’ respectively.