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2nd Global RE-Invest India
2nd Global RE-Invest
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India is organising the 2nd Global RE-INVEST India-ISA Partnership Renewable Energy Investors Meet & Expo from 3-5 October 2018 at the India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, National Capital Region of Delhi.
The 2nd Global RE-INVEST will host the First Assembly of International Solar Alliance (ISA) and the Meeting of the Energy Ministers of Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) countries.
India today is the world’s largest clean energy
Indian Conference on Life Cycle Management (ILCM) 2018
About ILCM 2018
ILCM has established itself as one of the most sought-after events in South Asia, it brings together Indian and International LCA community, stakeholders including government, industry, academia, to explore the applicability of Life Cycle Thinking (LCT) in enabling transition towards a truly sustainable economy. The underlying focus is to enable capacity building, networking and peer to peer learning.
4th Water Innovation Summit
The 4th Water Innovation Summit would bring together all Stakeholders to focus on Economic Growth and Human Development in the context of Water Scarcity .
The Summit will also showcase the CII- National Awards for Excellence in Water Management – the 12th edition – to celebrate and reward outstanding innovation and top-class performance in the Indian
Smart Asia India Expo & Summit 2018: Making 'Smart Cities Mission' a Reality
FICCI along with Taipei External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is hosting a one-and-a-half-day summit during the SMART ASIA India-Expo & Summit scheduled from October 4-6, 2018 in Bangalore, Karnataka.
Exhibit Areas & Summit Focuses
- Smart Transportation
- Smart Energy & Water management
- Smart City Development & Environmental Sustainability
- IoT Solutions
- 100 Exhibitors, 150 Booths
- India-Taiwan Smart City Summit
CII Smart Mobility 2018
Confederation of Indian Industry is organizing a conference – CII Smart Mobility 2018 with the theme “Transforming Urban Mobility in India” during 10th October 2018 at Hotel Taj, MG Road, Bengaluru.
A series of technological and social forces, including the emergence of connected, electric and autonomous vehicles, and shifting attitudes toward mobility, are likely to profoundly change the way people and goods travel. As these trends unfold, it is essential to understand the emergence of the new mobility ecosystem and how
Waste to Resource - Adopting the Circular Economy
India is today one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Forward-looking policies by the government and continued investments in manufacturing and other industries is enabling this growth and also leading to rapid development and urbanization. But with most inspiring stories of urban and industrial progress emerges some disturbing challenges – the menace of waste, pollution, depletion of non-renewable and natural resources and threats to environmental sustainability.
This is where the concept of a Circular Economy comes in.
International Conference on PPP Models for Waste to Worth Projects
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has set up a Task Force on Waste to Worth in order to support the Prime Minister’s Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM). The objective of this Task Force is to facilitate participation of credible investors and technology providers, for management of Municipal Solid Wastes (MSW) on a sustainable basis, through a PPP model.
As a part of this, an International Conference on PPP Models for Waste to Worth Projects is being organized by CII on 30th November 2018, at Shangri la, New Delhi. The conference is
CII India Environ Expo (IEE) 2018
CII India Environ Expo (IEE) 2018
6-8 December 2018, Auto Cluster Exhibition Centre, Pune, India
India is surging positively on the great strides of development which can be continued only if a proper environmental balance is sustained. Apart from judicious utilization of the available resources there is need to reduce pollution & other malevolent footprints. The sensitive and vigilant collaboration amongst relevant stakeholders including Industry, Government, Academia and
Waste Management Summit 2018 and Conference on AFR 2018
India has drawn world's attention with its high paced urbanization and industrialization. A renewed focus on sustainable growth and development has become imperative as India strives to maintain its high GDP growth rate to achieve developed country status by the year 2022. However, the flip side of higher economic growth has resulted in increased consumption of the natural resources, increased waste generation and hence ecological degradation.