Right2Breathe | Funding a New Era of Indian Smart Cities and Sustainable Transport

While renewable energy can help curtail certain sources of air pollution, India must take a holistic approach if it wishes to effectively lower air pollution levels. With eleven of the twelve most polluted cities being located in India, it is important that pollution sources such as urban waste and urban transport be addressed. Panellists discuss what can be done to fund the use of new technologies that reduce air pollution levels in cities
Renu Khosla, Director, Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence (Moderator)
Jyoti Parikh, Executive Director, IRADe
Pawan Kumar, Associate Town and Country Planner, TCPO, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. Govt. of India.
Nehmat Kaur, Senior Manager – South Asia Government Relations, The Climate Group
Palaash Tarapore, Chief Marketing Officer, Atmospower

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