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The Expanding Footprint of green housing Mr Apurva Gupta, Chief Marketing Officer, Rivali Park CCI 19.9.2019 Projects Monitor

The Expanding Footprint of green housing There was an era when developers and builders had no option than only choosing between resources like straw, mud, timber, and stone to build a green home that consumed precious energy. Thanks to the industrial boost, there has been massive progress in sustainable technologies. This implies that novel homes […]

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Eco-friendly solution to treat oil industry effluent 13.9.2019 The Assam Tribune
Eco-friendly solution to treat oil industry effluent
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How to walk the sustainability talk 13.9.2019 DNA
Brands like Zara and Puma, premium ones like Gucci and Bottega Veneta, and home-grown brands like ITC are busy profiling their eco-conscious avatar
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Bisleri International seeks clarity on single-use plastic definition 13.9.2019 DNA
Packaged water maker says PET bottles are 100% recyclable, meet stringent laws by BIS and FSSAI
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Short term training programme on water conservation techniques held at SISTec 31.8.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Sagar Institute of Science and Technology (SISTec) Ratibad, Department of Civil Engineering conducted three days short training programme on Water Conservation Techniques. The training was sponsored by Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishvavidyalaya (RGPV) under third phase of Technical Education quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP-III). The three day training programme was aimed to create awareness on principles […]
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Will this year’s rains ease Bengaluru out of its water scarcity? 20.8.2019 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Till July end, Karnataka faced severe rainfall deficit, and water levels in Cauvery reservoirs were plummeting. But in just two weeks, the situation has turned around completely. What does this mean for Bengaluru's water crisis?
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All you need to know about composting garden waste 16.8.2019 Citizen Matters
Pit composting is perhaps the easiest way to dispose of garden waste - it takes minimal effort, and gives you high-quality manure for your garden. But what exactly happens in a compost pit? And how do you ensure the right conditions for composting? Here's an explainer
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Tree plantation and water conservation should become people’s movements: Vice President 9.8.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that the twin objectives of people should to be to get rid of various social evils like – corruption and caste discrimination and to fulfill their social responsibilities towards building a New India.
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Meeting on model project proposals held 9.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Meeting on model project proposals held
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Handbags from milk cartons, plants in coconut shells, and more at Second to None sale 31.7.2019 Citizen Matters
Bengaluru generates thousands of tonnes of waste everyday, but we can reduce it substantially by using recycled or repurposed products. Here is an account of some interesting recycled products that were sold at an event organised by the volunteer group Second To None, last Saturday
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Bengaluru’s Annual 220 Fundraiser this Saturday: Time to recycle, reduce, reuse, renew, rethink! 25.7.2019 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Second to None and Citizen Matters bring you the Annual 220 Fundraiser this Saturday 27th July at Rangoli Art Centre, Metro station, MG Road.
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For water plan, govt goes for 3D mapping of all villages 23.7.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
The Centre is carrying out 3D aquifer mapping of every village which will help it take specific water conservation measures at micro level across the country, said Union Jal Shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. The deficit so identified will help the government to carry out its recharge plan where the treated grey water (all wastewater generated in households, except from toilets) can also be used.
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Beer vs water: Bengaluru’s microbreweries in a time of water shortage 17.7.2019 Citizen Matters
It takes seven litres of water to brew just a litre of beer! But as the city struggles with a water crisis, Bengaluru's craft microbreweries are finding ways to cut down their water use
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Cabinet approves report on Yamuna flood plain natural water storage project 10.7.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi,  The Delhi Cabinet, in its meeting on Wednesday approved the inter-departmental committee report on the first-of-its kind project in the country, the Yamuna flood plain natural water storage pilot project. The Cabinet was chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The important project aims at conserving water in the Yamuna floodplains and creating a […]
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Time to act: Workshop shows how apartment dwellers can conserve water 22.6.2019 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Feasible solutions to the city's water crisis took front seat at the Water Workshop conducted by ADDA, in collaboration with Citizen Matters Chennai.
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Pioneering RWAs felicitated with Green Awards 13.6.2019 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Five Resident Welfare Associations across the city have been recognised by the TNPCB for their adoption of environment-friendly practices. This is what they've been doing.
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Singapore taps into innovation as water imports start drying up 10.6.2019 Scroll.in
Singapore collects rain that falls on two-thirds of its land area and has five recycling plants that provide 40% of its water needs.
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Water crisis: 43.4% of India is reeling under drought, pre-monsoon rain lowest in 65 years 6.6.2019 Scroll.in
No respite in sight as the southwest monsoon is projected to be delayed and below normal in both North India and South India.
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As Karachi strives to become a ‘world-class’ city, its most vulnerable residents pay the price 3.6.2019 Scroll.in
In Pakistan’s largest city, thousands have been displaced by ‘anti-encroachment’ drives.
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Meeting held to conserve Wangjing river 3.6.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Meeting held to conserve Wangjing river
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