ESG and Net Zero summit
Climate change has emerged as one of the biggest challenges of our time. As the global community grapples with the escalating effect of climate change, the concept of achieving net zero emissions has reached unprecedent heights. With climate change posing the biggest existential threat to the world, every country has set their Net-zero targets. The battle for net zero by 2023 is on. Despite progress in recent years, there is still much work to be done. Countries across globe are making substantial efforts focused on implementing robust strategies and initiatives that align with the agenda to achieve net zero targets. The Paris Agreement aims to achieve net zero balance in the second half of this century and seeks accelerated action from governments across the globe to meet this goal.
India, being one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing economies, aims to achieve Net-zero by 2070 and has defined a long-term strategy for low carbon development. It is working to accelerate sustainable growth, promote digital economy, implement energy transition and climate action. It seeks to achieve macro-economic growth while focusing on micro-economic inclusive welfare development.