GMACCC President and Former Commander in Chief of Indian Air Force
New-Delhi based Air Marshal AK Singh is United Nations Environment Programme’s special resource person on environment, Director of Environment and the Armed Forces Project of the Centre for Air Power Studies, New-Delhi, consultant member of the Environmental Protection Agency, USA.
He received the prestigious National Honour, “The Mahatma Gandhi Service Award” for humanitarian services of exceptional order in 2005-06.
Air Marshal Singh was accorded international recognition in environment protection and awarded: 2010 US EPA MONTREAL PROTOCOL AWARD”
In the course of his praiseworthy career he has conducted several emergency humanitarian operations such as those during the Tsunami in 2005, unprecedented earthquake 2005 and has been a key participant in high profile environmental summits organized by EPA, UNEP, GLOBE, Brookings, Wilton Park, London, NAC, Washington, President Global Military Advisory Council on Climate Change (GMACCC) of IES and invited to deliver the keynote address at Denmark Parliament, Copenhagen for Global Legislators Forum and European Parliament on Security implications of Climate Change. In addition, Air Marshal Singh has a number of published essays, a paper on “Green Army” and a book on Disaster Management , A book on ‘Ozone Protection and National Security’ A Military Perspective and contributed chapters for ‘Technology Transfer For The Ozone Layer’ Lessons for Climate Change.
During his service Air Marshal Singh was honoured with four Presidential Awards.
VM – Gallantry (1989).
Vishist Seva Medal (1999).
Ati Vishist Seva Medal (2000).
Param Vishist Seva Medal (2005).