Denmark and India have developed a strategic green partnership. What opportunities does this create for Danish institutions and companies and what should you be aware of when working in India?
Like most other emerging economies, India has major environmental challenges, due in part to several decades of growth based on fossil fuels and growing consumption. With its 1,3 billion population India will play a crucial role in reaching the climate and sustainable development goals. At the same time, it is a country where technological development is moving very fast.
In recent years, Denmark and India have developed a strategic green partnership that includes a focus on climate, renewable energy, circular economy, the water sector, food, and sustainable agriculture.
What opportunities does this create for Danish institutions and companies and what should you be aware of when working in India?
The presenters will discuss the following topics, among others:
Jakob Williams Ørberg is an Innovation Attaché at the Danish Innovation Center in Delhi, where he works with research and education. He is a social anthropologist and has written a PhD thesis on the elite engineering degree programs in India. The Danish Innovation Center advises Danish organisations and companies on innovation, research and investment in India.
Asha Kembhavi is the head of Christian Hansen's Technology Lab in Pune, India. She is a bio-technologist and has for several years been working on developing applications for various industries, including the feed industry. She has several years of experience working with market-driven research and innovation. Christian Hansen is a global bioscience company (with Danish roots) that develops ingredients for the food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. In 2019, Christian Hansen was named the world's most sustainable company by Corporate Knights.
Divya Sharma is the Executive Director of The Climate Group in India - an international NGO working to unite companies and authorities in the fight against climate change. Divya Sharma is an international expert with 20 years of working experience with climate resilience and urban development. She has a master's degree in urban planning and a Doctorate in urban climate resilience and is a consultant in a number of Indian and international networks on sustainable development.
The webinar is held in English.
IDA laver hvert år et væld af webinarer, som spænder fra dybt fagtekniske emner inden for naturvidenskab, it og engineering til konkrete råd, om hvordan du håndterer dit arbejdsliv.
De foregår live, men efterfølgende kan du se dem i optaget version på IDAs hjemmeside.