[India] 21 September (ANI): Bollywood actor Ackroyd, who has been championing climate change, is invited to address Climate Week in New York.

Announcing this news, Divya Sharma, India Executive Director, Climate Group said:”We are pleased to host Bhumi Pednekar at Climate Week NYC 2021 which is a critical moment to influence climate action across the world. Along with being a talented artist, Bhumi has been a strong advocate for environment-friendly choices and green solutions. In line with this year’s theme of “Getting It Done,”

Organised by the Climate Group, in collaboration with the UN, COP26 and the City of New York, NYC is the place where the world joins forces to showcase excellence and discuss how more can be done.

Bhumi will address New York Climate Week on September 23.

Bhumi will talk about how India will play a crucial role in the global response to the climate crisis and how Indian industry will play a crucial rôle along this path.

The Climate Group is a global non-profit organization established in 2004 and established with offices in London, New Delhi and New York to achieve a net CO2 emission free world in 2050.

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