Event Manager

Maximizing the Benefits for Climate Friendly Cooling through Successful Implementation of the Kigali Amendment

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recent report on Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability makes it clear that intensifying heat and humidity in India could be increasingly challenging for people to survive. In addition to raising temperatures, climate change and rising income levels increase the demand for cooling—leading to a rise in greenhouse gas emissions.
The future demand for cooling

    4 August, 2022    |    Ashish Saraswat
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Financing the implementation of the India Cooling Action Plan @WSDS2022

Sustainable cooling presents a multi-sectoral opportunity to address the developmental and climate challenges India faces. Rising temperatures and population growth are contributing to a steep increase in cooling demand, and India will require massive cooling infrastructure to fill the significant cooling access gap. Bridging this gap is essential for avoiding impacts on human health, productivity and job loss. It is also essential for reducin

    16 February, 2022    |    Ashish Saraswat
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Mobilizing Finance for climate friendly cooling in developing countries

Global warming, if left underestimated, will have extensive, prolonged and destructive ramifications for planet Earth. The most immediate and obvious solution is to own the responsibility and take course corrective measures across livelihood applications.   Aiming at universal goal to limit global warming to well below 2°C and preferably to 1.5°C compared to pre-industrial levels, the Paris Agreement provides a long-term approach

    3 November, 2021    |    Ashish Saraswat
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Multi-Country Industry Dialogue: Building Social Resilience through Reliable Cold Chain Infrastructure

Embracing the Paris Agreement as well as the Montreal Protocol & the Kigali Amendment, and supporting G7’s "Biarritz Pledge for Fast Action on Efficient Cooling”, global economies are working for a common climate objective to limit global warming to 1.5°C. At this time when current Covid-19 has gripped the world, the aftermath has also revealed health, social, and economy as the crucial elements to a resilient future.

    6 October, 2021    |    Shivam Gupta
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Interactive Outreach Session for Children Reaping Montreal Protocol benefits to conserve food and vaccines

One of the key components of the SHEETAL project is to raise awareness, foster dialogues, and sensitize the public on the aspects of environment-friendly cooling. The project group has conducted several events, workshops, and training programs targeting different stakeholders’ groups relevant to the issue.In continuance to these awareness events, TERI and its partners AEEE & CEEW will be organizing interactive sessions for children o

    16 September, 2021    |    Shivam Gupta
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