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Communities, mining companies, and government can cooperate to reduce the negative environmental and social impacts of the mining sector, says Arpita Asha Khanna, Research Associate, Resources, Regulation, and Global Security.

Tags: tri-sector partnership, mining, mineral development, environmental consequences

The new era in the power sector, heralded by the Electricity Act 2003, has turned out to be too utopian to achieve, says Gurdeo Sinha, Senior Fellow, Resources, Regulation, and Global Security.

Tags: tri-sector partnership, mining, mineral development, environmental consequencesRGGVY, electricity tariff, electricity distribution, Electricity Act 2003

A shift in the lifestyle preferences of the major societal class has added to the ecological footprint of the country, says Dr Shilpi Kapur, Associate Fellow, TERI.

Tags: tri-sector partnership, mining, mineral development, environmental consequencesRGGVY, electricity tariff, electricity distribution, Electricity Act 2003energy, energy efficient technologies, fiscal incentives, pollution, Small medium enterprises

Environmentally conscious practices in hospitals not only ensure quick recovery for patients but also have positive impacts on the neighbourhood, says Apoorv Vij, Research Associate, ADaRSH.

Tags: tri-sector partnership, mining, mineral development, environmental consequencesRGGVY, electricity tariff, electricity distribution, Electricity Act 2003energy, energy efficient technologies, fiscal incentives, pollution, Small medium enterprisesGRIHA, green hospitals, Green building