Abhishek Singh

Executive Director of the Planetary Development Institute

Abhishek Singh was born in India on 9th June 1973 did his secondary education in India ( finished with merit) He completed his Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) with honors in 1995 and Masters of Engineering (Industrial and municipal power supply) in 1996 from Moscow Chemical Technology University (named after D.I.Mendeleev) in Russia . In 1999 he finished his Executive MBA from International Management Institute (EMBA program conducted by SDA Bacconi,(Italy) , Lyon College (France) & Henley Management College (UK) . Mr Singh has a rich working experience (from 1996 till date) in Russia, UK, France ,USA, UAE and the Scandinavian countries (Sweden and Norway) . He was instrumental in brining various energy products and solution from western Europe to Russia (from 2000-2005) . He exported many technical solutions from Russia to Middle East market (2007-2013) . Similarly he was involved in detailed engineering design in UK and bringing those solutions to other markets.(2007-2010) His experience with the Scandianivan market has allowed him to work on various environmental solutions (2002-2004) which are in great demand in Asia. Of late , Mr Singh has been involved in developing the markets of India and China for the implementation of innovative technologies from Russia in the field of energy and environment Markets of GCC countries has been his forte for the sales and marketing of industrial equipments and technologies. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been a market of great interest and Mr Singh has been able to make contacts and generate business with leading Government and private players in various regions of Saudi Arabia.(2011 till date) His association with Dr Aleksandr Bezgodov from 2007 has given him detailed insight into the Planetary projects and has brought him into the team as a core member for business development and other activities for the Planetary Development Institute (Dubai)

Publications on website

NDB Bank: A step towards the concept of Planetary Rent!

06.09.2017

The launch of the BRICS Development Bank suggests that BRICS countries have no intention of disappearing into economic and policy oblivion. The establishment of a $100 billion dollar liquidity reserve and a $50 billion New Development Bank (NBD) in Shanghai marks the start of a new financial system. As each country acts to maximize its own utility, the emerging economies of the BRICS nations will create a paralleling international financial system ultimately challenging the hegemony of the current western-dominated system.

One Belt, One Road - Great initiative or a Road to nowhere

23.05.2017

At one level, One Belt, One Road has the potential to be perhaps the world’s largest platform for regional collaboration. What does that actually mean? There are two parts to this, the belt and the road, and it’s a little confusing. The belt is the physical road, which takes one from here all the way through Europe to somewhere up north in Scandinavia. That is the physical road. What they call the road is actually the maritime Silk Road, in other words, shipping lanes, essentially from here to Venice. Therefore it’s very ambitious—potentially ambitious—covering about 65 percent of the world’s population, about one-third of the world’s GDP, and about a quarter of all the goods and services the world moves.

Global Economic Outlook for Globe, Russia and Saudi Arabia (Reflection on oil & gas sector) 2017

10.02.2017

Russia - oil accounts for some 13% of Russia’s GDP and a considerable larger share of its exports. There are many predictions of how oil prices will develop in future but one thing is relatively widely agreed upon: the oil price won’t bounce back above 100 USD per barrel in the near future. It is also almost as widely agreed that 2016 will mark the low-point of prices. For example The World Bank expects oil price to recover to 48 USD by 2017. Saudi Arabia - The deficit shrank to 297 billion riyals ($79 billion) in 2016. That was well below a record 367 billion gap in 2015, and below the government

The rise of the Titans

18.01.2017

Although the year started with a sharp drop in temperatures, it seems that the geo-political and financial temperatures are not going to fall anytime in near future. Yesterday we had the following points made very clear by the U.K. Administration:
1. Britain will not seek to remain a member of Europe single market.
2. The legal jurisdiction in Britain of the European Court of Justice will end.
3. But it will seek a free-trade deal with the European Union
4. Both houses of Parliament must approve any final deal.
That

Can we try to think of Managed harmony with the concept of "Mutual respect"?

25.12.2016

Tolerance is a western concept; Mutual respect is the "Eastern" concept. Can we try to think of Managed harmony with the concept of "Mutual respect"? This is at such a time when the word "Tolerance" is losing its meaning in the western world. Migrants, guests, aliens and many other people from Eastern Europe are already a big irritation factor in the west. So what is better for the concept of managed harmony. Mutual respect or tolerance?

Primakov readings - Planetary Project Outlook

30.11.2016

On November 30, Vladimir Putin attended the Primakov Readings International Forum, which were held to study the academic and political legacy of Yevgeny Primakov. The agenda included speeches by Russian and foreign politicians, academics and public figures who knew Mr Primakov.

Heal the world

27.10.2016

The relevance of the song "Heal the world" is so much actual today, as our hearts go out to all those people who are hit by terrorism, war, conflicts, violence created by hate speeches.

Today is the time for Managed Harmony. All technologies, all our progress will fail incase we are unable to create an atmosphere of harmony and make this "World a better place to live"

New face of Asia

26.09.2016

So far, 60 countries including the world's top two polluters - China and USA - have ratified the Agreement which was adopted by 195 countries in Paris last December. While China and USA had ratified it on September 3, as many as 31 countries had formally joined the Agreement through formal ratification or acceptance at a special event, hosted by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York, on September 21.

Paradigm shift to new global power and a NEW WORLD ORDER?

06.09.2016

BREXIT, world economy, terrorism were some of the main issues discussed during the G-20 summit in China which finished on 5th September 2016. But a clear shift in world power center was visible during the meet.

BREXIT-a reality! Be ready for a new Europe and a new World.

24.06.2016

Whole night the referendum kept us all awake. By evening the Pound Sterling started falling when the people lined up to exchange the Pound Sterling into Euros.

As a result the Pound Sterling landed to a 31 year low.

But more worse was the early morning news. 52% nearly pointing to BREXIT.

What will follow ? Next! - FREXIT, GERXIT ??

Global warming

04.04.2016

Global warming is one of the most significant and difficult issues facing the world today. Melting down of glaciers can have such an adverse effect on the global water level that in coming years, it can be the reason of biggest catastrophe . 2016 summit in Paris about climate change however does not answer the reasons of such climatic adversities. It certainly did highlight the fact that now the developing nations need to pay for all the crimes done by the developed nations.  

UN Transformation Concept

19.10.2015

Many political scientists, economists, experts and analysts of modern international social processes have long argued that despite its continuous activity and sessions, the United Nations can hardly be said to fulfil its charter functions in full. They blame it on the UN outdated structure, inadequate decision making and decision enforcing mechanisms, and insufficient resources.

Solar Power: the future of energy

02.06.2016

Solar energy is the one solution to the energy crisis, that above all other sources seems to make the most sense. The hunt for energy from fossil fuels continues to cause problems for our planet. Fossil fuels have become a source of speculation and speculators want to earn money. Fossil fuels mean power and supplies may be forthcoming or cut off at will, which could lead to war.

BREXIT-a reality! Be ready for a new Europe and a new World

24.06.2016

Whole night the referendum kept us all awake. By evening the Pound Sterling started falling when the people lined up to exchange the Pound Sterling into Euros. As a result the Pound Sterling landed to a 31 year low. But more worse was the early morning news. 52% nearly pointing to BREXIT. What will follow ? Next! - FREXIT, GERXIT ??

Paris Climate Summit: Success and Failures

05.05.2017

Paris climate summit had ended last year (2016) on a great positive note, with lots of pledges about promising to end the era of fossil fuels and promises to avoid the climate catastrophe. US President Donald Trump is expected to decide soon whether to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change. Mr Trump has now raised the prospect that the US, the world’s richest nation and second-largest carbon emitter after China, may not meet its commitment.

Global warming

20.03.2016

Global warming is one of the most significant and difficult issues facing the world today. Melting down of glaciers can have such an adverse effect on the global water level that in coming years, it can be the reason of biggest catastrophe . 2016 summit in Paris about climate change however does not answer the reasons of such climatic adversities. It certainly did highlight the fact that now the developing nations need to pay for all the crimes done by the developed nations.

Forced Migration: A harsh reality

06.04.2016

Europe is experiencing one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history. Pushed by civil war and terror and pulled by the promise of a better life, huge numbers of people have fled the Middle East and Africa, risking their lives along the way. More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, compared with just 280,000 the year before. The scale of the crisis continues, with more than 135,000 people arriving in the first two months of 2016.

Major Problems of developing Asia concerning Environment

06.04.2016

The Asia-Pacific region is home to about 950 million people living below the poverty line. They spend a large portion of their income on basic food commodities. Consequently, rising food prices push more people below the poverty line. A strong and sustained growth momentum is needed to tackle the problem of poverty and food insecurity. Countries need economic reforms to improve productivity, particularly that of their agricultural sector, strengthen public institutions, improve economic governance, enhance financial inclusion and build social safety nets to protect the more vulnerable segments of the population.

World of Harmony

10.04.2016

Recently I heard Dalai Lama speaking about compassion. He said that till the moment human mind is full of compassion there is a hope for harmony among people, of different religion & of different civilizations. Only when the negative feelings creep in like "indefference" that we need to worry. I was reminded of this saying from my moral science class in Class VI. Dalai Lama went on to speak lengths about China, Tibet & how was he the longest guest of IndianGovt. and how was he the true son of India. The basic idea of Nalanda teachings, as he claimed, made India an unique place where all cultures, religion co exist in harmoney. That's what is the true idea of our planetary project too.

G20: New world, new concepts, new relationships - Time for implementation of Planetary Project

10.07.2017

G20: New world, new concepts, new relationships - Time for implementation of Planetary Project

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