Energy, Climate Change and Resource Efficiency
The use of natural resources, over the last few years has more than tripled, with increasingly negative impacts on human health and the environment.

Energy transitions enabled by low-emission and emission-neutral technologies and circular approaches to production processes and energy usage should be just, sustainable, and inclusive. The pace and scope of such transitions are put at risk when there is a decline in global energy investments. Studies reveal that between now and 2050, significant annual energy investments are required globally across all energy sectors to meet targets aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement.

Promoting a shift towards cleaner energy carriers and other efficient technologies can foster enhanced quality of life and help in achieving the long term decarbonization goals.

Moreover, climate change is a defining issue that requires immediate and radical action, as it continues to impact current and future generations. Evolving solutions by building sustainable business models and working together to minimise the adverse impact of climate change for a better future is the primary need of the hour.
Sajjan Jindal
Chairman, JSW Group
Mr Paolo Scaroni
Chairman, ENEL
Jean-Pierre Clamadieu
Chair, ENGIE
Marc-André Blanchard
Executive Vice President and
Head, CDPQ Global and Global
Head-Sustainability, CDPQ
Nicke Widyawati
President Director & CEO
PT Pertamina (Persero)
Peter Lacy
Global Sustainability
Services Lead & Chief
Responsibility Officer
Accenture, UK
Ricardo Mussa
CEO, Raízen
TV Narendran
CEO & Managing Director
Tata Steel
Vineet Mittal
Chairperson, AVAADA
Group, India
William Lin
Executive Vice President –
Regions, Corporate and
Solutions, BP, UK
Christian Cahn von Seelen
Executive Director, VW
Group, Germany