Women in India are the major food producers, with about 78 percent of all economically active women engaged in agricultural activities. Nearly 70 percent of the farming work in India […]
Wandee Khunchornyakong, a former solar panel manufacturing executive and founder of the Solar Power Company Group (SPCG) in Thailand, has won recognit ...
When we think of the positive images of India, words like colour, food, landscape, architecture, art, and Bollywood may spring to mind. The word “sc ...
As part of UTC’s commitment to the communities where it does business, the company recently announced a major new partnership with www.utc.com, or ...
Pratt & Whitney, a unit of United Technologies Corp., has marked a major environmental milestone with the reduction of annual water consumption by more than 12 million gallons a year [...]
As you may know, Children of the Mekong was planning to open a charity shop in South West London, in Clapham Junction area, at twitter or by email. Hope [...]
By Lindsey Quinn Walking through a Kolkata slum dodging stray animals and debris, I’m aware of being watched. Hundreds of eyes follow my every move. Inscrutable eyes; I’m not certain [...]
Last year, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution recognising the significant role entrepreneurship can play in reaching sustainable development goals. Now entrepreneurs, leading business innovators and social change [...]
Greenpeace â€œA Watershed Moment in Indiaâ€ challenge, which was open from September 3rd, 2013, saw participation from over 1500 people across 58 countries, who created 256 designs for renewable energy [...]
Hidden away in the mountains in the northern Philippines, the Aetas are a gentle people with a poorly known culture. Treated as second-class citizens, they try to somehow perpetuate their [...]