| June 24, 2019
TERI's policy proposal on energy transitions to inform the discussions at G20 summit 2019
| June 20, 2019
Biological methods have been acknowledged as an eco-friendly remediation for an environment contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons
| June 19, 2019
A scheme in Punjab delivers direct monetary benefit to farmers for using agricultural pumps more efficiently
| June 18, 2019
As Nagpur tops the list, here is an overview of state level policies wastewater treatment and reuse
| June 17, 2019
A Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) audit of a civic body in Delhi brings the importance of informal waste collectors into focus. There are about 1,50,000 rag pickers in the National Capital Region.
Land Acquisition Act, 2013 is progressive but much remains to be done to ensure beneficial outcomes for all stakeholders
| June 17, 2019
Social impact assessment, land record maintenance, gender security, and financial guidance to affected families are core issues that need attention
| June 14, 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
| June 11, 2019
Highlights from the Indian Industry Coalition Workshop
| June 7, 2019
65% of the daily air quality observations for the state fell under the 'Good' and 'Satisfactory' categories in 2018-19
CSR, Governance Framework and Expenditure Pattern in Indian Context: Are we Heading in the Right Direction Post Companies Act 2013?
| June 4, 2019
The idea of corporate social responsibility is neither new nor radical. The core principle that the corporation has responsibilities to society beyond profit maximization objectives has long historical roots. The paper discusses various definitions and concepts on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) based on various research articles, papers and books. The paper also discusses the Governance aspects related to CSR and the expenditure pattern of CSR funds post Companies Act 2013. Both qualitative and quantitative methods have been followed in this paper.