A variety of experts to share their perspectives on how to combat the climate crisis at virtual event
Indiaspora, a nonprofit member organization of global Indian diaspora leaders will hold its third annual Climate Summit on April 5 with two virtual sessions at 9:00 am PST and 10:00 pm PST.
Indiaspora’s Climate Summit will bring together a variety of experts in policy, advocacy, academia and more to share their perspectives regarding how we can collectively combat the climate crisis, according to a press release.
The event will include panel discussions, fireside chats, and other discussions with opportunities for audience questions and participation.
Presenters: Mark Tercek Former CEO Nature Conservancy; Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti Senior Fellow- Atlantic Council, Eurasia Center; Varun Sivaram SVP for Strategy & Innovation, Orsted; Shruti M Deorah Senior Energy Policy Specialist, UC Berkeley; Kiran Bhatraju CEO, Arcadia; Rudra Dalmia Co Managing Partner, Green Frontier Capital; Sushant Palakurthi Rao Managing Director for Global Relations, Agility; Amol Phadke Moderator Senior Scientist, UC Berkeley; Jane Burston Executive Director, Clean Air Fund; Dr. Arunabha Ghosh Founder and CEO of Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW); Anita Arjundas Executive Director, ATREE; Sameer Shishodia CEO, Rainmatter Foundation; Shloka Nath Acting CEO, India Climate Collaborative; Gaurav Gupta (Moderator) Global Managing Partner, Dalberg Advisors; Arun Sharma Head of Sustainability & Climate Change, Adani Group; Veena Sahajwalla Director of the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research & Technology at UNSW; Prachi Shevgaonkar, Founder, Cool The Globe.
Indiaspora, the release said, is committed to inspiring the diaspora to be a force for positive impact by providing a platform to collaborate, engage, and catalyze social change.
The event is open to the public. There is no cost to attend.