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Latest Articles in Opinion

Siesmic Shift Ahead

Make no bones about it, digital is our today and our tomorrow and marketing organisations need to be structured in a way that acknowledges this reality

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Tech To Help Cut Waste

In the long run, agencies that have mastered the art to leverage this, while respecting the consumer, would flourish

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Reinvention Required

With the advances in technology, and marketers’ ability to harness them, agencies will have to constantly reinvent their structures to become responsive and agile partners to marketers and consumers

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India Can Be A Low-Carbon Growth Model

The most damaging impacts of climate change have been extreme weather conditions, droughts and rising sea levels

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The Need For A Global Green Investment Bank

Managements of emerging technology companies currently spend two out of the first three years on the road raising money

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Opportunity For Transformation Is Not Yet Lost

we need to transform the energy market and replace fossil fuels with clean energy sources, improve energy and material efficiency, stop dumping our garbage in soil, rivers and oceans, but instead learn how to reuse materials in a circular economy and grow food in a way that does not destroy the soil and waters we depend on

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The Future of Sustainability And Climate Change

Investors, insurers and banks are already taking concrete steps to reduce their exposure to the opportunities of the past and investing in the opportunities of the future

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Fiscal Federalism Must Now Include Resource Federalism

Ignoring the resource federalism is causing a systemic political stress that is now threatening the institutionalised democratic set up

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Why States See TOR As Terms Of Estrangement

The ball is clearly in the court of the 15th Finance Commission. It would have been better served if its TOR had been less detailed and less revealing about the Centre’s preferences

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Towards A Balancing Act

Indian federalism is a living being that is in constant flux. The art of political management lies in ensuring balance between the interests of the Union and those of the States

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The State(s) Of The Nation (Cooperative Federalism)

Several issues such as trust deficit and shrinkage of divisible pools plague Centre-State relations. Together, they make total cooperation difficult

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Design Cities Where Citizens Are The Protagonists

Any urban planning must be based in the design of a holistic long-term strategic plan, which in turn is based on a broad consensus between all levels of governance, stakeholders and the proper inhabitants

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An Opportunity To Shape Our Future

The key to success in today’s economy is innovation. Innovations fall into four categories, namely incremental, architectural, disruptive and basic research

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Lighthouse Effect From Smart Cities On Environment

India’s smart cities programme is attracting and inspiring governments, cities and companies from many countries

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Need To Get Smarter About Smart Cities

It is the state governments that have to go for greater devolution of financial resources, provide more autonomy to mobilise their own revenues, build their capacity for urban planning and management, and carry out legislative and administrative reforms to create an enabling environment in which cities can transform themselves to become healthy, smart and livable

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