The modern world is at an impasse today. The devastating effects of unsustainable growth, depletion of fossil fuels and rise of global warming has brought us to a calamity like stage. Moving towards a sustainable way of life is our only option and as a consequence, individuals, businesses and governments alike have been shifting towards adopting a cleaner and greener approach. An umbrella term used for this approach is Clean Tech, which includes a vast range of technologies and businesses including recycling, renewable energies (solar, hydropower, wind energy, bio-fuels), green construction, electric vehicles, lighting, etc. India has also pulled up its socks and is racing towards adopting clean tech is more ways than one. Although in its nascent stages, the clean tech industry has...
Rachita Sharma, Special Editor
Dharmendra Ahuja, Founder & CEO, Pitchworx
Neeraj Balani, Managing Director, International SOS, India
Arun Fernandes, CEO, Hotstuff Media Group
Dr. Apoorva Ranjan Sharma, Co-Founder, Venture Catalysts & MD, 9unicorns Accelerator Fund
Shreyansh Jain, Chief Executive, Medy365.Com
Mohan Krishnaraj, Vice President & Global Head, Harman International (A Samsung Company)