A net zero carbon future for cities
The World Economic Forum is convening stakeholders with a role to play for global cities to have a chance of reaching the net zero carbon goal for by 2030.
The Adani Group is a $12 billion global infrastructure conglomerate headquartered in India. The group ended 2016-17 as one of the country's leading ports and logistics players, private power producers, private transmission players, solar farm developers and operators, solar panel manufacturers, mine developers and operators, and one of the nation’s largest agricultural businesses. As part of its social outreach programme, the group touches millions of rural lives and provides direct and indirect employment to over 100,000 people.
Decarbonizing all sectors is hard, but when it comes to sectors like steel and cement, it's even harder — and more expensive. Here's how we can fund it.
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Creating “smart villages” is a bigger and more sustainable opportunity to drive growth than trying to convert chaotic urban environments into “smart cities.”