Sunil Kumar has been a flagbearer of climate change, and has been urging corporates to step up efforts to tackle global warming.
N Sunil Kumar brings two decades of strong experience across communications, public affairs, business strategy, and sustainability in the forest sector and climate change. For the past 20 years, Sunil has worked with the corporate sector, government institutions, and international organisations.
In his previous stint, he worked with NABARD, and has served on the board of Regional Rural Banks, National Biodiversity Authority’s Senior Expert Group on Access Benefit Sharing, and was part of the MP Tiger Foundation Society. Apart from this he has also volunteered time for strategy and done field work with NGOs.
Sunil is a prominent voice who talks about climate change, and has consistently shared his thoughts and insights on why corporates should step up efforts and focus on climate change and global warming.
He mostly writes about how global warming will have devastating effects on human life, health, food, housing, and water. He believes this will usher in a higher frequency of storms and cyclones with higher energies, droughts and altered weather patterns resulting in crop loss, a spike in disease-bearing vectors, and pathogens. Small island nations and coastal regions are under the threat of submergence, he says.
Sunil has expressed his view that this is a frightening scenario and calls for urgent action by the community of nations and businesses from across the world to come together in coordinated efforts to bring in commitment, technology, knowledge resources, and sharing of responsibilities to address the situation.