The world is at an inflection point in the climate crisis and India has a major role to play by taking a pro-active stance towards international climate negotiations. Mint and Danfoss come together to unravel stories covering India's pathway for achieving its climate change commitments and the strategy to combat air and water pollution crisis. This theme also aims to capture the country's global engagement through international climate treaties such as Minamata Convention, Paris Climate Agreement and the Montreal Protocol and to discuss the business opportunities that have emerged given India's new emission standards.
India's climate Imperatives
Danfoss ensures cool kids at KidZania in India
KidZania is a global edutainment theme park built as a replica of a real city for children to play, explore and learn about the adult world. Started in Mexico in 1996, it has now come to Mumbai in India, spread over an area of 75,000 sq. ft. Danfoss is managing the air at KidZania, keeping it fresh, safe, and clean in a green way for all the kids.
Danfoss products in 100% green Norwegian supermarket
REMA 1000 looks like a regular supermarket but here the resemblance stops: the store has grass on the roof, air curtains at the entrance, four 170m deep energy wells, and special panels mounted on the outside of the building to ensure the most efficient use of natural light within the building.