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GREEN LEADERS' CHATROOM

How Savitri Switched to Natural Farming and Saved Her Family 

Highlights Natural farming turns Rs.25,000 income a year to Rs.2 lakh Son returns back to village Independent farming can bring peace of mind Farmers need hand holding at...

How About a Lighter Version of BRSR for Smaller Firms?

Highlights of Arjun’s chat with SustainabilityNext What is India's approach to ESG, and do you think there's a need for change? India's approach to ESG has...

18% GST on Plastic Waste Should Go

Sachin Sharma left lucrative jobs at Morgan Stanley, Rabo Bank and Edelweiss to work on plastic waste recycling in 2013. An engineer and an IIM...

Indian Philanthropy Needs to Become More Inclusive, Long-term Oriented

Highlights Move from focussing heavily on health and education to supporting conservation, liberal arts, and sports.  American Indian youth contributions are getting bigger Philanthropy should be a...

How AI Can Significantly Improve Farms’ 3Ps

In a free-wheeling chat with Benedict Paramanand, Editor of SustainabilityNext, Sanjay Borkar, co-founder of the Pune-based FarmERP, delves deep into how his company is...

GREEN ENTREPRENEUR STORIES / CASE STUDIES / GREEN PRODUCTS / INNOVATION

Greenply’s 50 Million Saplings Bet

The Indian plywood industry appears to be one of the most sustainable sectors in India. Most plywood makers have got themselves certified with Forest Stewardship...

India Urgently Needs a Water Vulnerability Index

Top Recommendations Water-efficient crop cultivation (especially irrigation) techniques today cover less than 20% of the total cultivable area under food grains in India. This low...

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Pulse to Planet

How Environment Shapes Our Health

There is clearly poor understanding of how the health of humans is closely connected to the well-being of everything else around them; that human...
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Exprovement – Exponential Improvement through Converging Parallels

The case study method of teaching in most business schools is blamed for a lack of creativity, innovation, and a risk-averse mindset among most...

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