How Clean is Green Financing?
Understanding the National and International Landscape, Investors & its Efficacy

Day 1: December 14, 2021
Adaptation, Loss and Damage – COP26 and the Money Trail

Gagan Sidhu,
Centre for Energy Finance, CEEW 
Topic: India’s path ahead in terms of commitment and obligations   

Nitin Sethi,
The Reporters’ Collective
Topic: Critique of India’s commitment at COP26: A reality check  

Day 2: December 15, 2021     
Multinational Institutions and Finance for the Developing World

Lidy Nacpil, Asia Energy Network & APMDD   

 Topic: Climate Finance: A Case Study from the Philippines 

Day 3: December 16, 2021
Patching over Emissions – Paying for Net-Zero

Soumya Datta, Friends of the Earth India and MAUSAM 

Topic: The real story of net-zero: A climate justice perspective

Kalyani Menon-Sen, Gender at Work 

Topic: India’s decarbonization pathway: A feminist perspective

Ajay Shah, Jindal Global Business School

Topic: The Economic cost of climate transition

  Day 4: December 17, 2021  

Green Finance and the Risk of False Solutions

Doun Moon, Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives

Topic: False solutions: A global context

 Ashish Kothari, Kalpavriksh 

Topic: The net-zero greenwash and false solutions

Sushmita, Independent Researcher

Topic: Canvas of investments in Agriculture and Forestry  

Arpitha Kodiveri, Postdoctoral Researcher, Climate Litigation Accelerator, NYU School of Law  

Topic: Greenwashing and false solutions: A regulatory perspective and the way ahead

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