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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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A Woman And Her Conviction: When She Decides To Change the World

Tena Pick, CEO and co-founder of The Sustainability Platform, UAE, is a social impact consultant, passionate about women empowerment, community development and social impact measurement

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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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‘We need transformative sustainable innovation’

At the Women Economic Forum 2017, where women from different spheres came to discuss issues of women empowerment and gender parity, sustainable development was a key issue, given the large role played by gender dynamics in sustainability

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‘Find Ways To Implement Innovations’

In an interview, Richard Northcote speaks about company’s innovations as well as other sustainability initiatives

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NITI Aayog’s 3-Year Action Plan: Summary Of Sustainability Agenda From 2017-18 To 2019-20

On 23 April, NITI Aayog, India’s apex planning agency, released its Three Year Action Agenda from 2017-18 to 2019-20. Charting “an ambitious, transformational yet achievable action agenda for the government between 2017-18 and 2019-20”, the report is divided into seven parts

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How Sustainable Is The Fishing Industry In India?

The fishing industry in India employs over 14 million people, according to a survey conducted by Food and Agriculture Organization department of the United Nations

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What Happens In Childhood Matters In Adulthood

Childhood violence in abhorrent and addressing it is a moral imperative. Emerging global research on the issues shows a clear link between childhood experiences and adulthood outcomes

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SDG Goal 1 On Poverty: Challenges For India

Seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets were announced in 2015 at the UN summit. They indicate the scale and ambition of this new universal Agenda

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Going To The Ground On Nutrition

The Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 fully endorsed and included these nutrition targets as part of the SDGs

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Tata Trusts: Why We Work On Nutrition

Improving nutrition also forms part of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by countries to be achieved by 2030

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A Vision Of India's Future

Together we can reshape our country. Let us strive together towards the heaven of freedom: a country in which every citizen has all three freedoms: political, social, and economic freedom

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