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With rapid globalisation of the economy of most countries and an enlarging role for the private sector, one emerging concern which is receiving widespread attention pertains to the importance of corporate social responsibility. The activities of business and industry have major impacts on society, and while much can be achieved through effective...

Diesel & petrol prices to go up! Catchy headlines. Sure to register in the already weary eyes of the common man on the street. The mind struggles to find answers to the inevitable flurry of related questions that pop up with lightening speed - how much will the local sabziwala hike his wares by? Would the bus/auto fares go up? Will another hike...

As a periodical committed to offer its readers a selective but up-to-date coverage of stories relevant to energy, environment, and sustainable development from more than 25 daily newspapers published from 11 Indian cities, TERI Newswire certainly has more than peripheral interest in the government's recent decision to open up the print medium to...

The negotiations on the Climate Change Convention and the Kyoto Protocol are fought fiercely by various governments due to their impact on the national energy economics. The assessment reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have been providing the scientific template for all climate change discussions since 1988. Dr...

5 June 2002 marked the 30th World Environment Day. As is usual every year, many events were held the world over to commemorate the occasion, which was in keeping with the original resolution passed at the 1972 Stockholm conference. The resolution had recommended that 'the General Assembly of the United Nations designate 5 June as World Environment...