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Latest Articles in Sustainability Development Goals (SDG)

'$37 Billion Investment Needed To Achieve Global Health Targets'

The analysis shows that 85 per cent of these costs can be met with domestic resources, although as many as 32 of the world's poorest countries will face an annual gap of up to $54 billion and will continue to need external assistance.

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Monthly Policy Review For May: Water Resources

In May 2017, an expert committee chaired by Dr M A Chitale submitted its report on ‘Preparation of Guidelines for Works on Desilation from Bhimgauda (Uttarakhand) to Farakka (West Bengal) of river Ganga’ to the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, as per a report by PRS Legislative Research. Here is the key observations and recommendations of the Committee

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Women Constitute Only 2% In Senior Leadership: MD, JLL India

But in spite of everything I strongly believe that authority is never given, it is assumed and nothing can replace hard-work, says Charu Thapar, Managing Director at Property and Asset Management, JLL India.

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‘Indian Environment Is In A Very Sad State’

In any developing country, energy is very important. India has been reducing its fossil fuel consumption through policy decisions like National Smart Grid.

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Globescan: Carbon Trumpoxide

The decision was condemned immediately by environmental campaigners and by the president’s political opponents. Trump also alleged that the accord unfairly advantages India and China. He claimed that India is eyeing foreign aid through this climate accord.

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Annual Policy Review: Summary Of Environment Sector

Here is a summary of all the policies in the Environment Sector for the time period April 2016 till March 2017

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New MSC Report Holds Certification Responsible For Spearheading Sustainable Fishing

MSC report presents governments, industry and NGOs with evidence for credible certification as a powerful tool to catalyse and secure improvements in marine fisheries

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CEEW Launches ‘Women in Sustainability’ On World Environment Day

This initiative aims to be a network of individuals and institutions committed to increasing participation and encouraging career growth for women across various segments of the public policy sector.

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Climate Change: What Next For India

The withdrawal of the US should not be a call for us to retreat but to expand our role on the global front and strengthen our institutions at home to move forward

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'Social Responsibility Is Embedded Deeply In DNA Of Every Employee'

In an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, Roberto Taiariol, Global CSR Head and Chief Audit Executive of Benetton Group and Sundeep Chugh, CEO of Benetton India discuss the CSR initiatives of Benetton, vision of sustainability and sustainability practices incorporated by them within the organisation

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By 2030, Fuel Costs From Mobility Sector Could Be Reduced By 64%: James Newcomb

In February, 75 senior representatives from the government of India, the private sector, and the civil society developed ideas to transform India’s mobility sector

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Don’t Let Denial Go Unchallenged, Speak Up: Lee-Alison Sibley On Global Warming

On the fifth day of the Women Economic Forum conference, Lee-Alison Sibley, a performing artist, social activist, author and lecturer took an extremely interesting lecture on “the environmental impact of climate change on poverty”

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Championing Issues of Women Entrepreneurship With Gender Expert Stella Mally

It is believed that developed nations face only first world problems and their issues or challenges are different from that of the third world countries but Stella Mally, a gender expert, lawyer and social entrepreneur from Spain, tells otherwise. She mentions how she was drawn towards human rights issues during her law studies

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Agriculture-Led Growth Is Key To Pro-Poor Growth: Shenggen Fan Of IFPRI

On 11 May, the International Food Policy Research Institute, the Trust for Advancement of Agricultural Sciences and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research began a two-day international conference in New Delhi on ‘Sustainable Development Goals: India’s Preparedness and Role of Agriculture’

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'India Has To Learn From Iceland When It Comes To Pertaining Gender Gap At Workforce'

The need of the hour is gender equality. The women of Iceland are a testament to the progressive and hard working society that has come together to minimise the gender gap

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