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Institute Of Directors: 19th World Congress on Environment Management
From: 07.07.2017 To: 08.07.2017 Share
Climate change and future Generations at Risk; Earth's globally averaged surface temperature is rising
Join the leaders and experts at the 19th World Congress on Environment Management on 7 - 8 July 2017 in Hyderabad (India)
A fragmented and piecemeal approach to climate change, can be a recipe for disaster. World leaders have concluded that environmental concerns cannot be viewed in isolation, and we need to reconcile economic and environmental interests. Going green has assumed a whole new meaning, with corporate adopting green economy and using social media, to reach out to their consumers.
As per our Hon'ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, 'It would be a "CRIME" to spoil the environment for future generations'.
To discuss & debate the current challenges before the Industry, Institute Of Directors (IOD), India is organizing the 19th World Congress on Environment Management (in association with TIMES NOW & ET NOW) on 7 - 8 July, 2017 at Hyderabad (India). The theme of the Congress is ‘Managing Environment and Climate Change - Transitioning to a Sustainable Economy’.
The Congress will also felicitate this year's best performing organizations, with famed Golden Peacock Awards for Environment Management, Occupational Health & Safety, Eco-Innovation and Energy Efficiency.
This year, under current cycle, the Awards Secretariat received an overwhelming response and over 400 responses have been received for the above annual Golden Peacock Awards. Out of these, total 325 applications have been shortlisted for final selection by the Assessment Board.
This shows the strong commitment of India Inc towards protection of Environment. The results are due to be announced shortly. Doing business ethically is a ‘Hallmark of Excellence’. Winning Golden Peacock Award and Certificate builds the Brand Equity.
The Environment Congress in Hyderabad has received an encouraging response. H.E. Nils Ragnar Kamsvag, Ambassador to India, Royal Norwegian Embassy shall deliver the Theme Address.
Other distinguished speakers those have confirmed include, Shekhar Prasad Singh, IAS, Chief Secretary, Govt. of Telangana, Dr. Rajiv Sharma, IAS (retd.), Chief Advisor to Govt. of Telangana, Dr. S. K. Joshi, IAS, Special Chief Secretary, Irrigation and CAD, Govt. of Telangana, Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Secretary, Dept. of IT & EC, Govt. of Telangana, K. S. Popli, CMD, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA), Vijay Karia, CMD, Ravin Group of Companies, Sunil Jain, CEO & ED, Hero Future Energies Pvt. Ltd., Ajoy K. Misra, MD & CEO, Tata Global Beverages Ltd., Manish Chourasia, Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd, Vikram Kailas, Chief Executive Officer, Mytrah Energy Ltd, Sushil K. Chaturvedi, CEO & Director, Ascend Telecom Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd., Ramashankar Pandey, Managing Director, Hella India Lighting Ltd., Namita Vikas, Group President and Country Head - Responsible Banking, YES Bank Ltd, Dr. Shakil P, IAS Ahammed, IAS, Chairman, National Horticulture Board & Joint Secretary, Dept. of Agriculture and Cooperation, S. Chakraborty, Chief Executive, Innovative Financial Advisors Ltd., Navin Mittal, IAS, Secretary, Dept. of MA & UD, Govt. of Telangana, K. B. Biswas, Chairman, Central Ground Water Board, K. R. Raghunath, Managing Director, KIS Group (Singapore), Sandy Sheard, Counsellor and Head - Energy, Climate & Growth Unit, British High Commission, A. N. Verma, Chief Executive, Heavy Water Board, Prof. R. K. Mishra, Director, Institute of Public Enterprises, Naveen G. V., Managing Director, Gensuite LLC, et al.
In a mission towards developing more effective Board Directors, Institute Of Directors, India completes 180 Batches of Masterclass for Directors Training programmes (to be an effective Board member and also as Certified Corporate Director) in a record time. CIDCO and IRCON Boards were trained with specially designed training modules, last month.
The enactment of the India's Companies Act, 2013 has brought a number of provisions which will help the directors and the companies to ensure better corporate governance. Part III under Schedule IV of Companies Act, 2013 requires the independent directors to regularly undertake induction for updating and refreshing their skills and knowledge and familiarity with the company. Also, as per Regulation 4(2)(f)(iii)(4) of SEBI(LODR) Regulations, 2015, the board of directors shall encourage continuing directors training to ensure that the members of board of directors are kept up to date.
Also presentation of Golden Peacock Awards for Environment Management, Occupational Health & Safety, Eco-Innovation and Energy Efficiency
7 - 8 July 2017, Hyderabad (India)
18 August 2017, New Delhi (India)
on Corporate Governance and Sustainability
Also presentation of Golden Peacock Awards for Corporate Governance and Sustainability (both global & national)
25 - 27 October 2017, London (UK)
Further details are on www.iodglobal.com