Green Industrial Evolution India 2010 is a significant event especially targeted on the issues concerned with Climate Change and Global Warming, in India. This three-day conference will be held under three distinct categories. The first-day conference on ‘Wastage 2 Conservation Sustainable Energy’ will incorporate the most recent developments in the regulatory and policy frameworks and also focus on the latest research findings from the state and national laboratories. The second-day conference on ‘Black 2 Green Carbon Profits’ will provide a great platform for CDM project hosts, carbon credit buyers, government representatives, DNA's and carbon experts to learn, network and engage in business opportunities in strategic regional hubs. The third-day conference on ‘Farm 2 Fashion Green Textiles’ will address the business opportunities, environmental operations and the economical aspects of Indian textiles going green. GIE India 2010 aims to bring about a social change by creating awareness about the most pressing issues such as climate change and green house gas emissions, deforestation and degeneration of resources, industrial wastes and carbon emissions, etc.
The targeted visitors at Green Industrial Evolution India 2010 Conference are: Corporate CEOs /CFOs/Entrepreneurs, Renewable Energy Company Strategists, Energy Associations, Green Semiconductor Companies, Facility Managers, Investment/Commercial Bankers, Insurance Companies, Investors /Fund Managers, Private Equity Investors/Venture Capitalists, Organizations/ Consultants/ Industries/ Trading houses dealing in Clean Development Mechanism and Carbon Trading, Education and research organizations dealing in environment studies, Companies dealing with waste management, Government and Regulatory bodies from related departments, NGOs, RWA and environment compliance staff, Technology Suppliers to India, Wind, Solar & Geo Thermal Energy companies, Companies facing binding or voluntary emissions caps, Power companies, Associations/Societies /Federations, Dye/chemical Manufacturers /Traders/Users, Authorities on waste & water management, From Fiber Cultivation /Formulation up to made-ups, End user of the textiles and allied industries, etc.