AIBC co-hosts DFAT’s Indian delegation of ‘Climate Change Shapers’

AIBC recently joined the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to host a networking dinner in Sydney for the ‘Climate Change Shapers’ India delegation, a cohort of respected thought leaders and policy makers, who have been selected for DFAT’s Canberra Fellowships Program. The initiative seeks to bring leaders from Indo-Pacific to Australia to foster connections.

The discussion focussed on new India’s aspirations in sustainability, renewable energy and energy transition.  Considering 2023 is proving pivotal for Australia’s relationship with India, especially as India is making climate change and energy a considerable focus of their G20 host year – the ability for AIBC to host these policy-makers and influencers

The Climate Change Shapers include Arunabha Ghosh of the Council on Energy Environment & Water; Ulka Kelkar of World Resources Institute, Vibhuti Garg of the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis and Subhashis Dey from Shakti Sustainable Energy.

AIBC NSW President Irfan Malik also recognised the contribution of Austrade, Invest NSW, Business NSW, Smart Energy Council and Export Council of Australia.

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