Wednesday, 23 November 2022 / Published in webinar
It’s important to realize that the transition to a sustainable world needs people who can combine specialized sustainable knowledge and skills with other multidisciplinary skill sets. 82% of employees surveyed by Salesforce believe that a lack of skilled talent is preventing companies from progressing toward climate goals. Analytics from LinkedIn suggests that Green Jobs grew
World Green Building Week - Ms. Mili Majumdar
Savitha Ramesh
Wednesday, 21 September 2022 / Published in Blogs
World Green Building Week is a reminder to put on our green thinking caps  Climate change, today, is not a standalone topic of debate and discussion, but the backdrop against which the operations of all industries are examined and measured. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) estimates that around half the world’s population lives in regions
Sustainability and Sustainable Development
Thursday, 25 August 2022 / Published in Blogs
Sustainability and Sustainable Development: Can we do more? The concept of sustainability has been functional since the existence of ancient civilisation. From being aware of their unsustainable practices to pushing for the birth of sustainable practices, historically sustainability has been practiced for over thousands of years. Ancient civilizations and Sustainable Practices: Did they know about
Dr. Colin C-T
Savitha Ramesh
Thursday, 07 July 2022 / Published in Blogs
Our prospects are uncertain. Unsustainable growth, lifestyles and business activities are damaging the environment, reducing biodiversity, depleting natural capital, and contributing to global warming and climate change. The undesirable impacts of human behaviours upon the environment and their social consequences have reached potentially catastrophic levels. People want the benefits of unsustainable development and consumerism, but
Thursday, 23 June 2022 / Published in Interviews
Details Some call it a boon, others a bane; we call it a necessity. With the world pushed into a crisis because of human activity, it might now take innovative technological solutions to expedite the recovery. Smart tech like AI comes with the benefits of self-monitoring, analysis and reporting capabilities. It has already made waves
Thursday, 23 June 2022 / Published in webinar
Details They say a woman’s work is never done, which holds true even today. Statistics indicate that women worldwide continue to do a disproportionate amount of unpaid domestic labour. This, along with the competitive environment of the corporate world, has left women with a unique set of gender-specific challenges. The United Nations states that in
Thursday, 23 June 2022 / Published in webinar
Details With the world in a health crisis, it is now more evident than ever that a healthy life is a fundamental human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 3 aims to achieve good health and well-being across all the countries. But it is no secret that quality healthcare is expensive. In India, people have
Thursday, 23 June 2022 / Published in webinar
Details Food is known to be one of the three basic necessities of life. Yet, according to the Global Hunger Index, hunger remains a serious threat in India. Although India is primarily an agricultural state, 15.3% of our vast population is undernourished. To combat this issue, we need non-exploitative, climate-compliant agriculture and resilient food systems.
Wednesday, 22 June 2022 / Published in webinar
Academic Partner Distinguished Panelists Mr.Eli Cohen Founder & CEO, Ayala water & Ecology, Israel Mr.Abhijit Paul Zacharia Associate Director, Environment & Sustainability, Mindtree, Bangalore Ms. Mili Majumdar Managing Director, GBCI India and Senior Vice President, USGBC, New Delhi Dr. K. J. Sreeram Director, CSIR – Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai Prof. Anil Dewan Head of
Wednesday, 22 June 2022 / Published in webinar
Details What if we could build cities that supported our current population without compromising on the needs of the future? By the UN’s estimate, more than half the world’s population currently lives in cities. In India, rapid urbanisation has led to crowding, sanitation issues, waste management problems, lack of affordable housing, etc. This has contributed