Give that old automobile a break!March 13, 2018 | The Hindu Business Line
Auto waste could prove to be a serious threat if an end-of-life legislation for vehicles is not enacted urgently in the country. TERI has been involved in formulating a vehicle scrapping policy in the country. After comparing ELV (end-of-life vehicles) management systems in China, Korea, Taiwan, japan, Singapore and the European Union, TERI researchers feel India's solutions could lie in creating a sustainable business model for retired vehicles.
India, EU to boost environmental cooperationJune 30, 2017 | PTI
India and the European Union have agreed to strengthen cooperation in the areas of environment, resource efficiency and, circular economy under the EU\'s Resource Efficiency Initiative (EU-REI) for India. The Resource Efficiency Initiative (REI) project will be implemented on behalf of the European Union by a consortium led by Deutsche Gesellschaftf r Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, with TERI, Confederation of the Indian Industry and Adelphi.
Why sustainability can no longer be about CSR initiatives divorced from business objectivesThe Financial Express | Dr Ajay Mathur
With the world population estimated to be 9 billion by 2050, it is no secret that the existing pressures on our natural resources would only multiply. What we urgently need is 'sustainable intensification'. This means sustainability can no longer be just about the showcasing of corporate social responsibility initiatives, divorced from the corporates' core business objectives. There is a strong need to promote 'sustainability' from the generic 'check-the-box' approach to a strategic seat in the boardroom.