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May 14, 2017
India no longer needs global support to decarbonise itself: UNEP expertIndia no longer needs international cooperation to decarbonise itself and needs to pressure countries to remain ambitious, including wealthier countries that need to act domestically and support developing countries in the transition to a green economy.
Mar 21, 2016
Eco-friendly polls: Sundarbans to turn green during Assembly electionsTo ensure minimum damage to the Sundarbans' ecosystem during polling, the district administration and political parties will minimise their carbon footprint
Feb 11, 2016
Green chariot: How a cab driver is driving change in Kolkata's urban jungleDhananjay Chakraborty's taxi, which sports a mini rooftop garden, is creating awareness in Kolkata's streets
Dec 14, 2015
COP21: How PM Narendra Modi steered India’s elevation from spoiler to facilitatorThe long telephonic conversations between Obama, Hollande and Modi before the Paris COP21 agreement was drafted was recognition of the critical role played by India at the international forum.
Oct 22, 2014
Carbon footprint: US awards Indian-origin teenager for innovative designIndian origin, Sahil Doshi, a ninth grader from Pittsburg won 'America's Top Young Scientist' award for his innovative design of an eco-friendly device.
Sep 08, 2013
DGCA measures lead Indian airlines, airports to cut emissionsAll Indian scheduled passenger airlines operating domestic and international destinations slashed their carbon footprint by 6.6 percent in 2012 compared with the previous year, the Carbon Footprint Report 2012 has said.
Nov 28, 2012
'Delhi, Mumbai among most prone to environmental risks'Indian cities, New Delhi and Mumbai, are among the places that are most prone to multiple environmental risks, says a report.
Aug 01, 2012
Slash carbon footprints and get discounts on branded apparellFollowing international trends, stores in India are waking up to 'carbon nuetral' stores in which customers are able to redeem "credits" accumulated through the purchase of environment friendly products for discounts.
Dec 03, 2011
Carbon credits may be buried in Durban; India, China to loseThe carbon markets, of which India and China are major beneficiaries, will crash if Durban conference fails to send a strong signal that the next round of Kyoto Protocol is on track.
Oct 28, 2011
Abhijeet Group Goes Paperless With ERPVijay Kumar, GM-IT, Abhijeet Group highlights the company's green initiatives and explains how the ERP solution from SAP helped it go paperless