Green banking and investments can get India a 'sustainable scorecard'
Every bank should earmark a minimum 10 per cent of its Tier 1 capital – subject to a cap of 10 per cent of risk-weighted capital – towards green banking or clean development mechanism (CDM), or any sustainable development project, taking into consideration the carbon emissions prevailing in the economy
CM Fadnavis launches Poonawalla’s Clean City Movement
Of over 1,700 tonnes of waste generated in Pune, 52–55 per cent is wet waste. When such wet food waste is segregated and removed separately at source, the inorganic waste like plastic, metal, paper, and rags can also be scientifically processed and effectively recycled.
Bajaj Electricals and ChildFund India launch Mutthi mai Aasma
To begin with, ChildFund India has set up over 100 solarised libraries in government schools across its implementation areas, by working with its 60 community-based partners. To make reading material more accessible to children, ChildFund has also introduced solar-powered mobile libraries
Ness SES supports mangrove protection
In the early 1990s, approximately over 37 square kilometres of mangroves existed in Mumbai, of which, as per various estimates, nearly 40 per cent has eroded in the last decade
Reddy’s CHIP in Vizianagaram
Community Health Intervention Program (CHIP is aimed at ensuring ante- and post-natal care, safe delivery and infant care, primary immunization of children, and safe motherhood