Climate Trends is hosting a webinar to understand and unpack the outcomes of the COP26. The discussion will focus on the post COP implications and the way forward for India to adopt a low carbon future.
The Glasgow COP26 has ended, with the negotiators adopting the “Glasgow climate pact”.
Coal has, for the first time since the Kyoto Protocol been called out by the 198 signatories of the Kyoto Protocol Paris Agreement as the key driver of the current climate crisis. As one of the largest emitters, India has agreed to “phase-down” rather than “phase-out” its coal usage and achieve Net Zero by 2070. It has also laid down clear milestones along the way including large targets on renewable energy.
- Aditya Lolla,Senior Electricity Policy Analyst, Asia, Ember
- Akhilesh Magal, Head, Renewable Energy Advisory group, Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI)
- Sunil Dahiya, Analyst · Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA)
- Ulka Kelkar, Director, Climate program, WRI India
- Vibhuti Garg, Energy Economist, Lead India at Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) ·
Aarti Khosla, Director, Climate Trends
Shreeshan Venkatesh, Editor, CarbonCopy