Prabhjot Sodhi, with a total of 40 years’ experience presently (June 2021 onwards) Sr Program
Director, Circular Economy at Centre for Environment Education. Previously Head UNDP Circular
Economy – 5 years working with multiple donors in the space of Circular Economy (plastics) – Coca
Cola, Hindustan Unilever Limited, HDFC Bank, Nyara Energy and Coca Cola Foundation.
Working hands last 12 years in implementation in Circular Economy (CE) – sector strategies, systems
thinking, materials flow, recovery centre, competence development programs, business models,
informal sector, including safaii sathis (waste pickers), address the EPR domain, partnership across
Governments, including ULBs, Civil Society, Recyclers in the domain of waste value chain.
Mr. Sodhi has a diversified experience in leading and implementing projects in a wide range of areas
in plastic waste management to climate change, natural resources, land development to livelihoods
of poor, and marginalized in the tribal, rural, and urban spaces for the last 40 years. He is a
passionate, open, self-critical, and reflective individual. Also, on board as Advisor to MRAI,
EARTHDAY Network India and many more Institutions. In 2022 September conferred by UGC
supported CV RAMAN UNIVERSITY, Khandawa, Madhya Pradesh – Professor of Practice. This has
been in recognition of the experiences and knowledge on a range of issues. Also a part of several
committees with Ministry of Jal Shakti, Niti Aayog and MoEFCC, Government of India
Demystifying EPR for Plastics and the Status of SUP Management in India
May 18, 2023 from our Video Panels This webinar brings together notable players to demystify EPR models for plastics and analyze the status of SUP management in India in order to do a full economic and environmental cost-benefit analysis, as well as devise a strategy to account for social and economic repercussions.
Waste from the Renewable Energy Sector and E-Waste in India | with Brajesh Dubey
June 29, 2022 from our Video Panels In this webinar, stakeholders from various sectors such as the waste management industry, service providers for rule implementations, academia, training and capacity-building agencies come together and discuss the various issues associated with this waste stream, which will include, better waste management strategies, implementation of EPR, recovery of valuable resources and transition to a circular economy framework for this electronic waste.