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Anurit Kanti

The author is correspondent at BW Businessworld, he has a keen interest in sustainability and environmental economics

Latest Articles By Anurit Kanti

Improvements In Air Pollution Offer Concrete Benefits In Terms Of Longer Lives: Michael Greenstone

Anurit Kanti

As India balances, the urgent need for robust economic growth with the urgent need for public health, the AQLI provides a concrete measure of the benefits of reducing particulate air pollution in terms of longer lives

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Ethical Business Helps Companies Sustain In The Long Run: Sumit Mazumder, Chairman, CII

Anurit Kanti

The South Asia BELA Chapter which was officially launched at a media event on September 19, 2017 at the CII headquarters in New Delhi, India featured a high-profile panel of senior executives and business leaders from founding member companies like General Electric, Dell, SBI, Walmart, Dun & Bradstreet, 3M, Tata Steel, Tata Power, Coca Cola, Boeing among others

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Using Green Credits To Promote Sustainable Agro-Forestry

Anurit Kanti

By using the standards and practices of sustainable farming methods, one can make adjustments to them based on the local, state-wise or region-specific factors (like crop variety, soil quality, weather, demographics of employment and income, minimum price laws etc.), and award Green Credits based on verified, achievable progresses made on effective use of those updated practices (as determined by the modified metrics of the Green Credit system)

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State Resources Must Be Targeted To Those In Need: Jaitley At The Conclave For Financial Inclusion

Anurit Kanti

True inclusion starts when poor can access not just micro finance but formal finance

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Banking Is Necessary But Banks Are Not: Jun Zhang At The Conclave For Financial Inclusion

Anurit Kanti

“The fourth industrial revolution is a blur between the boundaries of the physical and digital sphere. India has the potential to be a global leader by ensuring financial inclusion to a large population”

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Women’s Participation Essential For Financial Inclusion: Dr Rebecca Tavares

Anurit Kanti

Women’s participation is essential to the sustainable development goals framework of which India is major participant. As women build their capital assets, they will become more successful in terms of financial inclusion

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The Plight Of The Sanitation Workers

Anurit Kanti

The urban local bodies have made no effort in informing these workers their rights and entitlements and seem to play an institutionally exploitative role instead of an empowering one

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Shifting India’s Time-Zone By 30 Minutes Will Have Economic, Social, Health And Environmental Benefits: Faisal Farooqui

Anurit Kanti

A vast country like India will always have a problem with a single time zone, hence the recurring demand for multiple time zones

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1.3 Million Deaths Every Year In India Due To Indoor Air Pollution

Anurit Kanti

A policy which makes the users of traditional stoves incentivized to switch to this fuel will prevent them from using traditional biomass fuels such as firewood, cow-dung, and crops etc., which have negative environmental and health consequences

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Carbon Trading: An Overview And Criticism

Anurit Kanti

With geographical and cultural differences, it is difficult to come up with a measure of climatically equivalent solutions on a global scale and even positive solutions to combat global warming are hindered by carbon trading as mentioned above

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