Global Green Summit, initiated in 2010, came into being with the need to uphold 'green' ideas and sustainable practices among peers and promote innovation to offset carbon footprint of the Indian industry. It is a one-of-a-kind platform to keep participants abreast of global green trends and create awareness about the latest innovations that will enable us closer to the objective. The Summit rounds up an erudite panel to discuss a strategic agenda for sustainability. In short, GGS has created a platform to ideate, network and create a momentum towards a green future that will bring people from all walks of life together with a common agenda.
The Global Green Summit 2015 is set to tackle the challenges India is facing as it stands on the threshold of major development in the field of construction and infrastructure. Having defined a smart city in the Indian context, the summit will unite architects, urban designers, engineers, IT professionals, developers, and government bodies, relevant decision makers from the Ministry and international entities with the sole purpose to facilitate sustainable and smart development in the country.
The Advisory Board, to be held on 18th April 2015 at Delhi, will outline the theme for the conference agenda 2015. The major focus areas of the conference will include the phenomena of a smart city, green energy, energy-efficient infrastructure, public-private partnerships, green governance, waste and water management and design innovation at micro and macro level. Read More..
Industry Support : Over the years, eminent dignitaries such as the likes of Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change; Sanjay Seth, Energy Economist – Bureau of Energy Efficiency; Shankar Aggarwal, Union Secretary, Urban Development; and Tine Hegli, Senior Architect, Snøhetta have graced the stage and brought forth influential ideas and purported substantive discussions among a niche audience. Supported by major industry associations, 500 plus registered delegates and 360 degree media plan spread across 12 months, the Global Green Summit will continue to strive to promote and propagate sustainable practices in the Indian architecture and construction industry. Hide
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