Supported by

Maharashtra Pollution Control Board

Environment and Climate Change Department, Government Of Maharashtra

Majhi Vasundhara Abhiyan

Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation

Rotary Club Of Bombay Queen City

Organised By

Social & Environmental Educational Movement

- Date -

Tuesday, 9th January, 2024

- Venue -

Y. B. Chavan Auditorium
Opposite Mantralaya, Mumbai

The Challenge of Our Time

Climate Change

Climate Change stands as one of the most formidable challenges confronting our global community today. The unprecedented rise in global temperatures, primarily driven by the emission of greenhouse gases, with a central emphasis on carbon emissions, casts a shadow of grave danger over life on our beloved planet. The alarm sounded by United Nations Chief “Antonio Guterres” on July 27, 2023, warning us of the commencement of the “era of global warming,” characterized by the scorching heat of July 2023, etched as the hottest month in human history, is a poignant reminder of the urgency of our situation.

Climatic Catastrophe

In the face of this ominous threat, the exigency of our age compels us to unite and redouble our efforts to stem the tide of this climatic catastrophe. Neglecting the pernicious consequences of carbon emissions in our pursuit of development, is a path that leads inexorably to calamity- a fate we must collectively eschew.


The Government of Maharashtra is acutely aware of this pressing predicament and is committed to initiating a dialogue that confers upon it the seriousness and attention it merits. Our objective is to foster a widespread and unwavering acknowledgment of the gravity of climate change and, more significantly, to delineate and execute solutions that resonate with all segments of society. From governmental bodies and industries to academia, entrepreneurs, farmers, and the general populace, we are calling upon all to become stakeholders in this vital cause. 

In this pursuit, we are organizing a one-day symposium titled Environmental Sustainability Summit – harnessing bamboos’ potential for a sustainable tomorrow,” scheduled for January 9, 2024, at the esteemed Yashwantrao Chavan Centre, General Jagannath Bhosale Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai, INDIA.


To a Landmark Event

In our collective quest for a more sustainable and eco-conscious world, the significance of bamboo cannot be overstated. It is not just a plant; it is a symbol of resilience, adaptability, and sustainability. Join us for a ground-breaking event. This one-day international gathering will be a catalyst for change, bringing together luminaries from diverse fields to discuss and define the pivotal role of bamboo in combating global warming and securing a brighter, greener future for all of us. It’s time to take quick action

The Power of Solidarity

In the backdrop of our shared environmental concerns, we have assembled a diverse and influential assembly of individuals and organisations to deliberate and strategize a future built on the strength of bamboo.
This assembly signifies a global consensus, ready to collaborate and work together to confront the challenges of global warming and find ways to accelerate sustainable development.
The Vision:

A Sustainable Future

Our primary objective is to pave the way for a more sustainable and eco-friendly world. To achieve this, we have crafted a comprehensive agenda that delves into various aspects of sustainability with special focus on bamboo plantation and its utilization across diverse industries:

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