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Climate Change & Sustainability

With Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) committed by India to the global community, there is a need to assess the carbon footprint of all our activities; domestic, commercial, industrial, and agriculture which is often overlooked. eGreen has qualified intellects for assessment and auditing under the defines of UNFCCC and MoEF&CC. eGreen can pilot the corporates to enable our country to comply with our global commitment to have our growth in the ambit of -2 degree Centigrade. eGreen has global partners to provide technological options in mitigating and minimizing the emissions. 

What is INDC?

Countries across the globe adopted an historic International Climate Agreement at the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris in December 2015. In anticipation of this moment, countries publicly outlined what post-2020 climate actions they intended to take under the new international agreement, known as their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).

Benefits of INDC

The term was intended as a compromise between "quantified emissions limitation and reduction objective" (QUELROs) and "nationally appropriate mitigation actions" (NAMAs) that the Kyoto Protocol used to describe the different legal obligations of developed and developing countries.

India's INDC

India's INDC commits to reduce its emissions intensity per unit GDP by 33 to 35 percent below 2005 by 2030 and create an additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide. The plan builds on its goal of installing 175 gigawatts (GW) of renewable power capacity by 2022 by setting a new target to increase its share of non-fossil-based power capacity from 30 percent today to about 40 percent by 2030 (with the help of international support). 

How eGreen can contribute?

eGreen has a team of Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) experts who can provide custom expert systems for the calculation of carbon footprint from your business and its activities. We also provide GHG Mitigation strategies and monitoring plans for your business tailored to your needs.



Spatial Tools for River basins, Environment and Analysis of Management options  STREAM is a raster-based hydrological model to simulate impacts of climate change on rivers.

IPCC Global Climate Models

  • BCM2

  • CNCM3

  • MPEH5 

UNFCCC - Response Measures Models and Others

  • TIAM (TIMES Integrated Assessment Model)

  • DICE (Dynamic Integrated Climate-Energy Model)

  • RICE (Regional Integrated Climate-Energy Model)

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Services Offered

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Sriniwasa Prabhu N

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Climate Change Analysis​

  • Climate Change Impact Studies

  • Emission Trading - Development of Market Mechanisms

  • Carbon Footprint audits

  • Capacity Building towards Climate Change Mitigation

  • GHG Mitigation Strategies

  • Climate Resilience Plans for Corporates

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