Past Events

ORF roundtables encourage voices from all quarters, geographies and gender to furnish engaged discussion between policymakers and audiences across the globe. Details and brief reports outlining resultant debates and policy recommendations can be found here.


Growth, investment and the low-carbon transition

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is bringing together the growth, development and climate agendas to better understand the economic and investment implications of the transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient economy.

The project explores the case for coordinated policy action on growth, development and climate and is being undertaken with the support of the German Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety. It analyses how pro-growth reform efforts, combined with measures to mobilise investment in low-emission and climate resilient infrastructure, can successfully spur economic development and improve well-being while also achieving the climate goals agreed at COP21 in Paris.

This event will examine India’s transformation and its parallel low-carbon transition pathway.

The timing of the event is from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi

    Past Events

    Need policy initiatives to better integrate ISRO with industry

    ISI, and not CIA, was crucial in defeating Soviets in Afghanistan: Author

    • Event
    • 28th, February 2017

    Converging interests of India and Japan in the Indo-Pacific region

    • Event
    • 24th, February 2017

    India need to rework most FTAs, says former Govt Secretary

    • Event
    • 23rd, February 2017

    India should stand up for principles of democracy in the Trump era

    • Event
    • 21st, February 2017

    ORF launches national project on cyber security training for law enforcement agencies

    • Event
    • 13th, February 2017

    China and India should create shared goals: Chinese diplomat

    NIC global trends present bleak, uncertain picture of rising tensions

    Great powers after Brexit

    Govt to provide power to every home by 2019, says Minister