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Sustainable Development Goals

Millennials, Gen Z are more sustainability-oriented: Study

In a study questioning both commitments to sustainable behaviours and willingness to trade better pay to work for a more sustainability-minded company, the surveyed young adults in Japan made their preferences clear.

Stopping the water pandemic

Integrated water resource management and policy regulatory mechanisms with differential entitlements and pricing will help

Dia Mirza on two decades of Miss Asia Pacific pageant win

The actor shares her secret of winning, how the life-changing moment transitioned her old life to a new one and more

Indo Data Week from November 16

Hyderabad: The second edition of Indo Data Week for Sustainable Development Goals will be held virtually from November 16 to 22. It will kick...

Hyderabad-based Caspian invests in cleantech startup

GPS Renewables deploys biogas technologies to solve the organic waste management challenge and accelerate the substitution of fossil fuel with bio-energy

Indian teenager named by UN to 2020 Class of Young Leaders for SDGs

Udit Singhal is the founder of Glass2Sand, a zero-waste ecosystem that addresses the growing menace of glass waste in Delhi.

T-Social Startups Network launched

Over 30 stakeholders like investors, incubators, industry representatives and non-profits attended the inaugural meeting of the TSSN, which laid out the vision and goals of the initiative.

India contributes over USD 15 mn to India-UN Development Partnership Fund

United Nations: India has contributed USD 15.46 million to the India-UN Development Partnership Fund, underscoring the country's commitment to supporting developing nations in their developmental...

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Blue Planet raises US$25 million from Nomura

Blue Planet's solutions help organisations and countries to achieve direct impact in the performance indicators of these three SDGs and beyond.

Facebook’s new initiative aims to close gender data gap

The new initiative called Project17 takes a partnership approach to help drive progress on the SDGs.

Sustainable development is need of hour: NIT Warangal Director

Warangal Urban: The young engineers should work for present need and future need of society by the sustainable engineering but not traditional engineering, said NIT...

Telangana best performing state in sustainable growth in India

The state has improved its performance over 2018 in eight out of 17 SDGs. In decent work and economic growth, India's youngest state moved to 82 per cent from 75 per cent in the previous year.

UoH saves Rs 14 lakh per month in power bills

These included the harnessing of solar power with a 100 KW roof-top Solar Power Plant that was put up at the Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, one of the largest libraries in the country.

e-Autos launched in UoH

The university, which has a large campus with immense bio-diversity and is home to over 75 varieties of bird, lakes, large green covers and rock formations

Frame your career in designing

As a professional designer one is expected to come up with sustainable ideas to address many issues, including usage of water, electric cars, alternative energies, digital innovation, promotion of biodegradable materials, to name a few

At 17.5 million, Indian diaspora largest in the world : UN report

The report said that the top 10 countries of origin account for one-third of all international migrants. In 2019, with 17.5 million persons living abroad, India was the leading country of origin of international migrants.

Modi to be honoured by the Gates Foundation for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

"These Awards tell the extraordinary stories of remarkable individuals taking action to bring the Global Goals to life and help achieve them by 2030."

UN officials express awe over India’s progress in achieving SDGs

"In the next five years, we are now committed to accelerate growth in India beyond the 7 per cent that we have achieved."

Women’s agricultural labour cause of malnutrition in rural India

In most of rural India, women work as agricultural and family farm labourers, in addition to performing nearly all the childcare and household duties.

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