• Budweiser Maker Sets up Accelerator for 100 Green Start-ups

    Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s largest brewer and one of the leading beer companies in India has announced an ambitious accelerator program for start-ups who are solving global environmental and ecological issues. AB InBev commenced its operations in India in ... // Read More

  • Zero Budget Natural Farming Needs Policy Push

    Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) is a farming technique with zero chemicals. The produce and quality is much better. This technique is spreading at good pace. Spearheaded by Subhash Palekar, this is one of India’s largest voluntary farmer movements in ... // Read More

  • Happy Seeder Machines Can End Crop Stubble Burning

    Grameen Yuvti Vikash Mandal (GYVM) a Haryana based NGO, Ecociate Consultants and Communique Marketing Solutions are working with farmers in Pundri Block of Kaithal, Haryana to bring changes in practice of crop stubble burning. An effort has been made last ... // Read More

  • Dell Uses Ink Made From Diesel Soot

    Every innovative product needs a big business to believe in. That’s what Dell did when its manufacturing unit at Chennai started using the diesel ink, made from soot collected from diesel generators, for packaging and printing. Delhi-based Chakr Innovation, founded ... // Read More

  • Ricky Kej Releases My Earth Songs for Kids

    Ricky Kej, Grammy Award winner, is on a relentless musical adventure across the world trying to bring environmental consciousness so that the world could transform into a better, greener place for all. His latest venture is called My Earth Songs. ... // Read More

  • WABAG Restores TN’s Traditional Irrigation Methods

    Despite massive progress in water management systems, there’s still huge merit in India’s traditional irrigation methods. WAGAG, a global leader, has completed over 900 water and wastewater plants worldwide. It has made a sustained contribution to an improvement in the ... // Read More

  • Dharna Still Effective Form of Protest : Despite Social Media Onslaught

    Aruna Roy, the architect of the Right to Information Act (RTI), said mass public protest and dharna will continue to remain important for survival of democracy in India despite the growing influence of social media. She believes, social media can, ... // Read More

  • Fr. Claude D’Souza (1931 – 2018) – Poor Man’s Jesuit

    Ignatius Loyola often ended his letters to Jesuits going to the missions with the expression ite, inflammate omnia—“Go, set the world on fire.” What did he mean by that? Jim Manney, the author of A Simple, Life-changing Prayer, and a well-known ... // Read More

  • Deepak Pareek Promises to Solve Farmers’ Woes with AI, ML

    India finally has a start-up that can boast of having found a near holistic solution to farmers’ woes. It has the vision and the technology to change the sordid story of Indian farmers to a happier one. No wonder the ... // Read More

  • Danone, Mars, Nestlé, Unilever launch Sustainable Food Policy Alliance

    In an effort to advocate better public policies that shape what people eat and how it impacts their health, communities and the planet, Danone, Mars, Nestlé, and Unilever launched Sustainable Food Policy Alliance early July 2018.  They intend to focus ... // Read More

BookReview by Benedict Paramanand

Why India Needs More Climate Warriors
The climate crisis has indeed hit India hard. Even if we chose to ignore it five years ago, it’s beginning to give us the shivers. The Indian government’s strong commitment at the Paris Climate Summit in April 2016 came as a big relief and hope.Read More
To Survive is to Sink
The stupendous success of India’s solar and wind energy programs, the snail’s pace with which river Ganga and Yamuna are getting cleaned, and nearly no headway made in control of pollution in our cities, show that India is good at greenfield projects and least effective in solving existing problems. Indeed, India will continue to be a country of paradox for a long time to come.Read More

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