Sustainable Development

Snapshots Make All The Difference In The World For UN’s 17 Goals

The United Nations has proposed 17 goals and 169 targets as the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) for a more sustainable environment. The target or the self-imposed dead...

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Resurfacing from the Dark: The World Is Headed Towards A Brighter Change

Last week, the world witnessed pantomimic celebration across all platforms on World Population Day. However, the consequence of an ever expanding population is not a matter...

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The Detrimental Dye In Your Denim Gets An Alternate Fix.

Denims have always had a bad reputation entailing them. They are responsible for environmental degradation and climate change. The reason why your beloved and seemingly inn...

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Climate Inequalities Are Moving From North-South To Urban-Rural

Cities have been recognized as key drivers toward the successful governance of resources and as the front line in combating climate change. But the economic divide between ...

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Our Jeans Are Ruining The Planet But This Company Wants To Fix That

Here’s how you make the indigo that gives most denim its signature blue: like many things in peak-oil America, you start by drilling down. Extract petroleum from the ...

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In Kenya, Phones Replace Bank Tellers

Pauline Kimari is a pharmacist in Ndaragwa, Kenya, a small town several hours’ drive north of Nairobi. She moved there from rural Muranga, several hours away, to open...

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Beyond Binaries: PeriPhery, A Startup That Finds Jobs For Trans People

Ever looked at a transgender beggar at a signal and wondered why they can’t get jobs instead? After all, they look fit enough. But how many of us will actually rub sh...

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A Delicate Balancing Act: Sustainability At Stella MCCartney

Claire Bergkamp, Head of Sustainability and Ethical Trade at Stella McCartney, grew up in Montana. The northwestern state is sparsely populated and nicknamed the “lan...

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Partners In Transforming India's Urban Transportation

India is experiencing an unprecedented transition from rural to urban living. Its urban population increased from 222 million in 1990, to 410 million in 2014 and is forecas...

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Did Children Build The Ancient City Of Amarna?

New evidence from Akhenaten’s capital suggests that a ‘disposable’ workforce of children and teenagers provided much of the labour for the city’s co...

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Asia’s largest film making challenge, India film project, calls for entries!

Mumbai, July, 2017: Asia’s largest content creation festival, India Film Projec...

July 22 2017

WE Day Special: Change is in the Air

Making a difference no longer stays restricted to a certain age group. If one is comm...

July 22 2017

Meri Durga: Out-striding the Indian Orthodoxy

The Indian Television drama seems to haveshunned cooking its clichéd kitchen p...

July 22 2017