New Delhi, 4th June, 2022: “Save Nature – Save Future” with this theme The World Environment day is celebrated by world Environment Expo 2022. It is an international Exhibition on Environment Protection Technology and Equipment, Green Innovation, Renewable & Solar Energy, Recycling, Eco-friendly Products, Water & Waste Management.
This 3 day event is a step in direction of conserving the country by “going green.” It is organized by India Exhibition Services, Green Society Of India and confederation of RWAs (CoRWA- APan India National Apex Body of RWAs). It is supported by Ministry of Environment, forest and climate change, Govt. of India.
World environment expo 2022 is a b2b business platform that had bring together Indian and International environment technology and equipment manufacturers and suppliers to showcase the very best of technologies in the areas of environmental protocol, services, renewable energy, waste management, sustainable buildings, water management, new innovations and energy efficiency. India has pledged to achieve net-zero emissions by 2070, and the government’s commitment is visible, with India achieving 40% of its power capacity from non-fossil sources by 2021, 9 years ahead of the target. The exhibition is inaugurated by Dr. Umesh Gautam, Mayor, Bareilly, UP & Ms. Sulochana Das, Mayor, Bhubaneswar, Orissa & Shri Rajan Chhibbar, advisor to government of Andhra Pradesh.
Exhibitors have displayed their innovations and technologies to prospective collaborators and policy makers and will be able to connect with network of fellow entrepreneurs. The event will attract overseas exhibitors from America, Germany, Belgium, France, Japan, Korea, Canada, and Sweden, Netherlands, and other countries. According to Col T P Tyagi, Chief Convener, CoRWA and summit 2022, “WEE 2022 would present a global networking opportunity for policy makers, researchers, NGO, academicians and industrialists and government agencies. From the Environment & Allied Industry, Entrepreneurs to Senior Purchase Professionals, industry leaders and experts, enterprise decision makers, Central and State Government Departments, PSUs, Private Sector Companies, Municipal Bodies , Development Authorizes ,environmental protocol boards as well as the environmental protocol institutions from India and abroad.”
According to Col. T P Tyagi, Chief Convener, CoRWA, “Solid waste management has become ground root agenda for India. Dumping of waste in nearby areas of residential societies has converted into dumping waste hills. We need to implement waste management with citizen participation and monitoring at ward levels. There should be reduction in burning of waste to prevent emission of harmful gases. There should be proper training & monitoring of MCD staff on air pollution.
Apart from this Mr. Atul Goel, URJA(United resident Joint Action of Delhi) shared a action plan to fight various environmental problems of Delhi. Green India awards are distributed to various contributors of RWA of Delhi.
According to Shri Swadesh Kumar, President, Green society of India, Noida, “The conference is expected to be attended by around 2000 top professionals cutting across verticals and segments. While countries have begun to prioritize health, clean and green environment in their efforts to protect people from the impact of climate change, only about a quarter of those recently surveyed by the World Health Organization have been able to fully implement their national health and climate change plans or strategies. Countries report that a lack of funding; the impact of COVID-19; and insufficient human resource capacity are major barriers to progress. Sustainable utilization of available natural resources is needed to support higher and inclusive economic growth.”