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Enabling Technology for Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture

Several effects of climate change such as droughts, floods, cyclones, erratic and delayed
monsoon, depleting groundwater, salinisation, pests and diseases, etc. have been affecting
the production and productivity of Indian agriculture, thereby impacting farmer incomes as
well as food and nutrition security.

Nidhi Bali

Nidhi Bali brings 16+ years of experience roles at international development organisations, foundations and consulting firms and has engaged with senior levels of Central and State Governments in India. As the Principal and Head Research at Sattva, Nidhi leads research advisory where she works with governments, foundations, and non-profits across

Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting (BRSR)

It is interesting to see an increased interest and focus on news related to ESG performance of various organisations. The trend is expected to have both direct and indirect effect on information that corporations will be required to report on/consider in their businesses.

E-Waste: From Toxic to Green

We are currently the world’s third largest e-waste generator, producing over 3.23 million metric tonnes per year, only behind the US and China. In this article, we explore the some scenarios of the future of E-waste, some opportunities and challenges, and their impact on our world.

Rethinking the Workforce for a Green Economy

Green jobs present a key opportunity to boost economic growth in a sustainable manner by employing a skilled workforce within industries that prioritize environmental conservation, especially in a developing economy like India.

Transitioning to a Sustainable Business

While we all may be at different stages of our ESG journey, it is the commitment we all need to make towards understanding the shift within the sector, our peers, market and global ecosystem. It may be important to treat the transition opportunity as an investment rather than a cost.

Evolving ESG Regulations in India

The world around us is increasingly beginning to feel the impact created from years of unfriendly environmental and social choices. We believe becoming sustainable is no longer a matter of choice since we all are in this together – either we all win, or we all lose.

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