A wise man once said – We don’t inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. The importance of nature is beyond verbal explanations. Saving nature is saving us from the threat. Hence, we should do anything and everything in our power, for our own good. 2020 showed us how the nature revived when people were forced to stay indoors due to pandemic. Blue skies, dolphins happily swimming and air as fresh as in the mountains. However, since staying indoors is not a practical solution, we need to look at ways on how to cut down on carbon footprints, greenhouse gases, melting of ice, cut down on landfills.
World Environment Conference 2024, themed around Save Nature, Save Future will provide an ideal opportunity to discuss and debate technology in environment protection, policies in place and the road ahead. To be held on the World Environment Day, WEC 22 would present a global networking opportunity with policy makers, researchers, NGO, academicians and industrialists and government agencies. The conference is expected to be attended by around 2000 top professionals cutting across verticals and segments. From the Environment & Allied Industry, Entrepreneurs to Senior Purchase Professionals, industry leaders and experts, enterprise decision makers, Central and State Government Departments, PSUs, Private Sector Companies, Municipal Bodies , Development Authorities ,environmental protection boards as well as the environmental protection institutions from India and abroad. Some of the topics that the conference will focus on are Environment Protection, Climate Change, Carbon emissions, Green Building, Smart Cities, Sustainable Development, Saving the energy and natural resources. The Conference will provide an ideal opportunity to the Indian professional to interact with the expert of environment Industry.
Waste management contributes nearly 4 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, but even basic system improvements can reduce these emissions by 25 percent and more. High-income countries remain committed to diverting waste from landfills and incinerators into recycling and waste reduction. Uncollected and poorly disposed of waste significantly affects public health and environment, with the long term economic impact of environmental recovery resulting in multiple times the costs of developing and operating simple, adequate systems. More than 15 million people globally earn an informal living in the waste sector and waste pickers – often women, children, the elderly, the unemployed or migrants – prove particularly vulnerable. Whether its path to zero waste in San Francisco or automated waste collection in Israel; cooperation between national and local governments for municipal waste management in Japan or decentralized organic waste management by households in Burkina Faso; each country has some shining example for people to look up to. In India, Panaji leads in sustainable source separation.
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World Environment Expo (WEE 2024)
World Environment Conference (WEC 2024)
Green India Awards 2024