Inclusive Development & Climate Change: Implications for the Private Sector

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Global America Business Institute (GABI) regularly hosts roundtables on clean energy issues. These roundtables are intimate discussions on the various policy, technical, and commercial aspects of renewable energy and other green energy sources.

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The Global America Business Institute (GABI), in collaboration with the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), will discuss and present information on “Inclusive Development & Climate Change: Implications for the Private Sector,” with Dr. Arun Kashyap as the guest speaker.

As development and economic growth continue throughout the world, implications for the private sector become even greater, particularly with respect to climate change and clean energy innovation. Dr. Arun Kashyap will present on how to integrate analysis and implement evidence based initiatives, create partnerships, and innovate to foster equity, strengthen welfare, and build resilience for marginalized households and communities in developing and middle-income countries within the confines of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, as the international community works to develop and deploy alternative, clean energy.

Dr. Arun Kashyap served as United Nations Resident Coordinator & Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Jamaica, Bahamas, Bermuda, Turks & Caicos, and Cayman Islands from 2011-2015. Since 2000, Dr. Kashyap was associated with a number of highly visible UN programs to achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Business Call to Action (BCtA), strengthening rule of law, enhancing access to justice, building social cohesion, combating climate change, and sustaining resilience for equitable and human rights based development. Currently, Dr. Kashyap is Principal of Kashyap Development Associates, working on leadership strategies to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and implement the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.


1001 Connecticut 2nd Floor Conference Room
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 230
Washington DC 20036

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