Articles

Land Acquisition Act, 2013 is progressive but much remains to be done to ensure beneficial outcomes for all stakeholders

17 Jun 2019

Social impact assessment, land record maintenance, gender security, and financial guidance to affected families are core issues that need attention

Karnataka adopts new approach to enhance impact of watershed programme

14 Jun 2019

The Land Resource Inventory developed under Sujala-3, a watershed management scheme in Karnataka, empowers farmers with site-specific information to boost farm incomes

Indian industries support creation of coalitions for sustainable growth

11 Jun 2019

Highlights from the Indian Industry Coalition Workshop

Latest air quality report for Maharashtra suggests positive trend

07 Jun 2019

65% of the daily air quality observations for the state fell under the 'Good' and 'Satisfactory' categories in 2018-19

Coalition of industries and countries needed to decarbonise high-emission industry sectors

03 Jun 2019

Ajay Mathur speaks at the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development

A new kind of chicken feed can help poultry farm owners boost nutrition and livelihood

30 May 2019 | Ms Monalisa Mukherjee

TERI develops feed from locally sourced ingredients such as Azolla, drumstick leaves and egg shells

Build confidence among users towards safety of treated waste water

29 May 2019

Delhi survey suggests willingness of consumers for non potable uses of treated wastewater

Rooftop Solar: Consumer demand aggregation is the way to go

14 May 2019

Solar rooftop systems for consumers in Surat and New Delhi have helped in reducing electricity bills as well as achieving India’s renewable energy goals.

A biomass-solar combination for cold storage of farm produce

09 May 2019

A novel way of utlising biomass and solar power to create cold storage facility in rural areas

Kiribati - The Land of No Tomorrow?

09 May 2019 | Ms Namrata Gulati Sapra

The 33 islands of Kiribati are extremely shallow; the highest point on many of the islands such as South Tarawa is just a couple of metres above sea level. Rising ocean waters are threatening to shrink Kiribati's land area and displace its people long before the islands are submerged. However, there is silver lining in the form of the visionary Kiribati Adaption Program of the World Bank and judicious help from New Zealand and Australia.