4th National Conference on Climate Change
Mitigation Initiatives & Adaptation Challenges
Convergence & Action Agenda

18 June, 2015, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

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While on International fora the Government around the world are negotiating on various policy frameworks to limit greenhouse gases emission, on the other side the economies around the world along with people's livelihood are becoming highly vulnerable to climate change which is threatening existing inequities further.

Need not to mention here that those with the least stand to suffer the most. For reaching on consensus to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on reducing emissions, Conference of the Parties (COP 21) and Kyoto Protocol (CMP 11) will be held in Paris, France from 30 November to 11 December 2015.

In addition to the macro policy framework, the fact remains that there is a pressing need to enhance mitigation initiatives and adaptation responses to address issues in protecting vulnerable from climate change. This calls for a convergence among public and private development agencies who have long been tackling the issue of vulnerability reduction through their respective activities such as disaster risk reduction, mitigation of climate change, environmental management and poverty elevation.

ASSOCHAM is making efforts to bring stakeholders together on a common platform to develop a shared integrated approach to climate change and to do so it th proposes to organize “4 Conference on Climate Change – Mitigation Initiatives & Adaptation Challenges; Convergence & Action Agenda” on June 18, 2015, in New Delhi. This platform will provide an opportunity to revisit some of the intractable problems of climate change, environment and development.


  • To create forum for knowledge sharing, innovative solutions and coordination amongst various agencies to forge convergence for climate related activities.
  • To showcase scalable best practices where convergence is achieved among activities undertaken by multiple stakeholders.
  • To create awareness and alternatives for involvement of corporate sectors to foster partnership between Public and Private Sectors.
  • To provide conducive policy environment to enhance mitigation and adaptation activities.

Speakers' Profile

  • Government Officials
  • Diplomats
  • Corporates
  • NGOs
  • Multilateral and Bilateral Agencies
  • Academia
  • Research Institutes and
  • Environmentalists

Expected Outcomes and Benefits

  1. Aware stakeholders to network among themselves at the grass root level for undertaking Climate Change related work.
  2. Contributing to India's position at The United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21 or CMP11 to be held in Paris, France in November – December 2015.
  3. Drawing attention of various Corporate Heads to take pledge and support to collaborate in tackling climate change.
  4. To work closely with state Governments and Corporates in and around Industry cluster for undertaking activities addressing climate change.

Who Should Attend

Directors, Vice Presidents, General Managers, Managers, Heads, Engineers, Supervisors, Executives from:

  • Government Agencies & Autonomous bodies
  • Boards & Corporations
  • Private Sectors
  • PSUs & Joint Ventures
  • Consultancy organizations & NGOs
  • Bilateral & Multilateral Agencies
  • Representatives from Foreign Countries
  • Embassies, High Commissions and concerned people from Environment & Climate Change Sector.

Registration Fees: 

  • National Delegate: INR 2000 /Delegate (10 % discount on registration fee is offered for more than two participants from the same organization )
  • International Delegate: USD 50 /Delegate (10 % discount on registration fee is offered for more than two participants from the same organization)