Climate photography: A cool future for India’s dairy farmers?
This event, organized by Ashden, is part of London Climate Action Week 2021, the annual event bringing together world-leading climate professionals and communities across London and beyond to find practical solutions to climate change.
Around the world, more than 2.3 billion people go without clean and efficient cooling – often damaging their health and ability to earn a living. Proven, practical and affordable solutions to the problem exist, and must be scaled up as global temperatures rise.
Photographer Prashanth Vishwanathan (New York Times, The Guardian, Newsweek, Time) will discuss his images of the people at the heart of this story – while Jiten Ghelani, CEO of Promethean Power Systems, will share the inclusive solutions that can help even the most marginalised farmers.
They will be joined by experts in cooling and climate storytelling to talk about the growing danger of heat stress around the world, solutions to this problem, and how inclusive communications focused on the lives of those most at risk can accelerate progress.
This event is presented by the Ashden Fair Cooling Fund (supported by K-CEP) – an initiative bringing affordable, sustainable cooling to those most at risk around the world. Please join us for a fascinating session, particularly relevant to anyone interested in cooling, climate or development, in India and beyond.
- Host: Ellen Dobbs, Programme Manager, Ashden
- Ben Hartley, Energy Efficiency Specialist, Sustainable Energy for All
- Climate and development photographer Prashanth Vishwanathan
- Jiten Ghelani, CEO of Promethean Power Systems
- Toby Smith, Senior Programme Lead at climate photography consultancy Climate Visuals