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International Exhibition On Climate Friendly Technologies And Services Organized In Delhi

by Aruna on October 21, 2009 at 10:49 AM
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International Exhibition On Climate Friendly Technologies And Services Organized In Delhi

Union Ministry of Environment and Forests in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CIIs) has organized an international exhibition at Vigyan Bhavan in the national capital.

The exhibition will be inaugurated on Wednesday and will be open till Friday and it will have exhibitors from 50 developed and developing nations.


This unique exhibition has been organized in conjunction with the Delhi High Level Conference on Climate Change: Technology Development and Transfer.

The aim is to witness the scope of doing business, have discussion with interested organizations in areas of mutual benefits covering policy, community development and technical collaboration.

It is also an excellent opportunity for not only developed countries to offer appropriate climate friendly technologies and services to India, but also for developing countries to showcase effective solutions on emissions of greenhouse gases.

Source: ANI


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