The India Climate Conference

India is heating up! An annual event to address India’s frequent, prolonged and climate challenges

The Kolkata Event
The Kolkata Event
Theme: Climate Challenges and collaborative roles of Government, Corporates, NGOs, Press & Media, and Individuals in mitigation of disasters.
ICC 2022 is a hybrid event hosted online (On Zoom and Youtube) and on venue in four cities representing the respective zone. 
Kolkata for East Zone - 4-5 June 2022, was Live Streamed from Nazrul Tirtha, Audi 3, Kolkata. The next tentative dates are as below: - 
Bangalore for South Zone - 3-4 September 2022 
Mumbai for West Zone - 3-4 December 2022 
Delhi for North Zone -   4-5 March 2023
(Dates are subject to change based on the availability of key Government personnel and will be updated on our microsite)
Conference Agenda & Goals
Platform for corporate and government bodies to display their best work for our planet. 
(Please nominate your company or organization for the Climate Awards)
Forge partnerships with climate experts, auditors, and agencies to measure carbon footprints, and achieve the national climate goals ….faster 
To award organisations and individuals for their outstanding contribution towards sustainable environment.
 
The next steps for all the stakeholders…the road ahead
Industry Segments - FMCG, EV Auto, Renewable Energy, Hospitality, Pharma & Hospitals, BFSI, Education etc
Government Bodies - Municipal Corporations, State Electricity Boards, National Green Tribunal, etc.
Highlight your corporate initiatives on how your brand is helping solve climate issues and what the overall impact is. 
Pls visit the event microsite or email us for award nominations, stall bookings, sponsorships and delegate registration
The event is open for all to attend, however the following people would most benefit from this conference:  
Environment & Social Governance & CSR teams, 
Climate Change Agencies, 
Sustainability Audit Firms, 
Renewable Energy Professionals,  
Environment Research Scholars & Students interested in Climate Change Research

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