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The majority of buildings in India are inefficient and rely entirely on non-renewable energy sources such as petroleum, natural gas, and coal. An energy-efficient building lowers maintenance and utility costs while also increasing durability, emitting less noise, being more pleasant, and creating a nice atmosphere for safe living. Another goal of energy-efficient building construction is [...]
Ministry for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises has launched the MSME (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises) Sustainable (ZED-Zero Defect Zero Effect) Certification Scheme. What is the Scheme? This Scheme is a broad effort to support and ease MSMEs to adopt ZED practices and provide incentives to them for ZED Certification while encouraging them. MSME Sustainable [...]
Most investors today have realized that the long‐term sustainability of their investments matters. They have realized that the environmental aspects of a business can have a huge impact on a company's future. As a result, investors, corporates, and banks alike are increasingly realizing the importance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria. These factors are [...]
ESG investing Today Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors have become key drivers of value, proving that financial performance is no longer measured only in terms of market size and profit. Investors have begun to understand that sustainability is just as important as finance when evaluating a firm’s performance. And this increasing interest from investors [...]
Even though the public authority consumption is guiding streets, significant roadways, and rail lines, humongous monies are required for water and sewage, sterilization, coordination, and renewables, among other significant areas. For any country, its framework involves genuine pride. The framework area is the foundation of the Indian economy and has a significant task to carry [...]
2020 Assam floods refer to the significant flood event of the Brahmaputra in the Indian north-eastern state of Assam. Initial flooding started in May 2020 due to heavy rainfall affecting 30,000 and destroying crops across 5 districts. As of October 2020, the floods affected over five million people, claiming the lives of 123 people, with [...]
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