The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), in partnership with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) India office, is organizing the second diginar on “India’s rising presence in Global Energy Scenario – From Global to Local” from January 20 to 21, 2021 as part of its virtual series on “India’s energy scenario- 2040 and beyond”.
The Energy and Resources Institute is a research institute in New Delhi that specializes in the fields of energy, environment, and sustainable development. Established in 1974, it was formerly known as the Tata Energy Research Institute.
The diginar will focus on how progress in India’s energy security scenario is co-dependent on the transformations that occur in the area of climate change and sustainable development goals (SDGs) with global and local implications. It is well known that geopolitical games have been played using conventional fuels as a bargaining chip and to assert power over other nations.
Increasingly, similar overtures of geopolitical tussles are evident in the field of clean energy as well. Countries are competing in the technology and innovation space for raw materials and resources, and for cooperating with like-minded countries to move towards a cleaner world. This scenario is beneficial to further climate change goals, but the competition should not lead to further disparities among countries that are already divided into developed, developing, and other categories within the climate debate.
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