WRI India's CEO, OP Agarwal's contribution to the urban transport sector was recognised via a lifetime achievement award at the Prawaas 2017 conference held in Navi Mumbai on 29 July. The award was presented by Ramalinga Reddy, Diwar Rowte, and CP Singh - the Ministers of Transport for Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Bihar respectively.
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5 June 2017, Mumbai: India Vision Zero (IVZ) 2017, a two-day conference to discuss the pathway to road safety reforms in India, kicked off in Mumbai on Monday. Jointly organized by Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety, the state Ministry of Transport and WRI India Ross Centre, the conference brought together stakeholders from the Centre, states and cities, urban planners, sector experts and members of the civil society, to debate on strategies to make road safety an integral part of infrastructural growth.
1 June 2017, Mumbai: World Resources Institute (WRI) India is pleased to welcome O.P. Agarwal as CEO, where he will oversee the organization’s strategy, staff and activities. Agarwal is a highly respected thinker and practitioner with decades of experience on cities, urban transport, climate change and related development and environment issues.
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WRI India Ross Center presents Unlock Bengaluru, a dialogue on sustainable development in the city. We will share learnings from our engagement in Bengaluru and other cities across the country and seek feedback on ideas to address equity, avoid unsustainable lock-ins and initiate transformative change. This event will take place on 8 July 2017 at Vivanta by Taj (MG Road).