Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS)
January 31 – February 2, 2013: TERI’s flagship event DSDS, is at the forefront of the dialogue on sustainable development. A major international forum, the Summit witnesses the presence of state premiers, Nobel laureates, corporate leaders, media tycoons, policy makers, and scholars. The Summit in its past editions has initiated debates and discussions on critical issues related to energy and environment.
Dates: January 31 – February 2, 2013
Venue: Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi, India
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About the event:
DSDS 2013-The Global Challenge of Resource-Efficient Growth and Development
As the global civilization strives forth on the path of achievements and development, the want and demand for energy is at its supreme.
Thus in the process, enhancing the need to adopt and practice resource-efficient and carbon neutral modes of production and consumption.
The upcoming edition of DSDS will brainstorm on ways to work together to counter challenges and shape a better future.
TERI instituted the Georgescu-Roegen Awards to honour, remember and rekindle the wisdom of – Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, a remarkable individual who questioned frameworks of conventional knowledge and prescribed a refreshingly new line of scholarship on paradigms of development. The very first set of Awards will be presented at DSDS 2013 under the following categories:
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Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change
Mitigating Emissions of Greenhouse Gases and Associated Co-benefits
Employment and Growth Potential of a Green Economy
Choices before the BRICS and a New Economic Construct
Sustainable Development and the New Knowledge Economy
Defining the Future As We Want 10th World CEO Sustainability Summit (WCSS)As in the past, prior to the main Summit, the first event to be held will be the World CEO Sustainability Summit on January 30, 2013. Started in 2004, the Summit has become an integral part of DSDS bringing together pre-eminent international and Indian CEOs to discuss the challenges businesses face in the context of sustainable development. Until date, the event has attracted over 1200 Indian and international CEOs, senior government representatives and thought leaders.
With the resource landscape likely to evolve unevenly in the coming decades, creating a wide variety of opportunities and threats for companies, sectors, countries, and regions, the overarching theme of the 10th WCSS will be ‘Resource Revolution – A Global Imperative and How Business Can Shape It’. The discussions will highlight the scope and complexity of the changes on the horizon including the risks posed by dwindling resource availability and how the public and private sectors can respond.
The Thematic Tracks, a novelty at DSDS 2013, will allow for discussions of considerable depth and detail on niche topics. The tracks, held simultaneously on themes in sync with the overall Summit theme and sub-themes, will be interspersed by plenaries.
Sustainable Consumption and Production
TERI instituted the Georgescu-Roegen Awards to honour, remember and rekindle the wisdom of - Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, a remarkable individual who questioned frameworks of conventional knowledge and prescribed a refreshingly new line of scholarship on paradigms of development. The very first set of Awards will be presented at DSDS 2013 under the following categories: