Imagine Delhi

Towards a Clear Sky

Delhi is the inaugural forum for our 2018 series, Towards a Clear Sky.  What pathway will enable India’s capital to continue to grow and flourish into one of the top World Cities by 2060?

Delhi is the inaugural forum for our new series ‘Towards a Clear Sky’, the second year of our three year global conversation programme for everyone who has a passion for delivering tomorrow’s cities together. In 2018, for the first time in its history, Delhi is categorized amongst Emerging World Cities as a megahub.* As one of the fastest growing urban centres, Delhi is facing a formidable challenge commonly associated with growing cities, air pollution. A balance between economic growth and environmental stability requires attainable policies, informed citizens and smart operations management across economic sectors including energy, agriculture, automotive and other industries How can this path be forged? National and international experts will participate in an exchange of ideas and best practices on how to make it happen for one of the world’s most populous cities.

Speakers and Panelists

Goh Chok Tong
Emeritus Senior Minister of the Republic of Singapore
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Amitabh Kant
CEO, National Institution for Transforming India
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Urmi Goswami
Assistant Editor,
The Economic Times
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RC Bhargava
Independent Automotive Professional Noida Area, IndiaAutomotive
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Bunty Chand
Chief Executive Officer, Asia Society India Centre
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Sean Chiao
President, Asia Pacific,
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Navroz Dubash
Senior Fellow,
Centre for Policy Research
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Rob Hills
Market Sector Director – Power, Australia and New Zealand, AECOM
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Avinash Misra
Chief Executive,
India, AECOM
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Lara Poloni
President, Europe, Middle East, India and Africa, AECOM
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Praveer Sinha
CEO and Managing Director of Tata Power
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Tonny Xie
Director and founder, Innovation Center for Clean-air Solutions
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