Electric Mobility: Where are we Headed?

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At the Glasgow COP26 summit held in 2021, India had voiced its commitment towards decarbonisation by resolving to achieve net zero emissions by 2070. As the automobile sector is one of the primary sources of carbon emissions, electric vehicles (EVs) have become key to the transition towards clean energy and, ultimately, net zero. In the same vein, discussions on EVs and their promise of a low-emission future have acquired a central place in environment education classrooms across the country.

September 9 will be observed worldwide as World Electric Vehicle Day. This day has a special significance for India, for it is one of the few countries to endorse the EV30@30 campaign — a commitment towards deploying at least 30 per cent new electric vehicles by 2030. As the EV industry in India is growing exponentially, it is worthwhile to explore how the future of electric mobility looks.

CSE’s Green Educators’ Network (GEN) invites its Members to its exclusive online lecture on the subject with Anumita Roychowdhury, one of South Asia’s leading experts on sustainable transportation and air pollution.

To know more, contact:

Programme Officer
Environment Education, CSE,
Email: sakshi.uniyal@cseindia.org
Phone: (011) 40616000, Extn 300



Executive Director
Clean Air & Sustainable Mobility, CSE
Programme Manager
Environment Education, CSE
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