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emobility in India
In a rapidly transforming mobility paradigm, India has some inherent strengths and comparative advantages. The country also has a little of the legacy of resource-blind mobility unlike other economies of similar nature....
Fire Fighters fighting Australia Bushfire
We have seen enough of what has been happening in forests of Amazon, US state of California and more significantly recently in Australian bushfire episode. All through these...
Budget 2020 by Government of India
Indian budget, Budget2020, preparation process now over and to be presented on the floor of the parliament by the Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1, 2020. The people of...

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Decoding India’s e-mobility Policy & Future Landscape

In a rapidly transforming mobility paradigm, India has some inherent strengths and comparative advantages. The country also has...

Why Affordable Housing in Gujarat is a Riddle?

When in 2012, Gujarat Housing Board (GHB) reappeared in front of the people and the media after almost...

India’s Tryst With Designing Pedestrian-Friendly Streets

Streets have been our oldest social spaces which connected diverse areas of the city, creating multiple spaces for communal activities and points for interaction along the way. With an increase in the growth of private vehicles and automobiles, streets were no longer seen as public spaces, rather, just a medium to traverse through, in order to get to your destination.

How Community Engagement is Key To Fight Urban Sustainability Challenges?

The recent rise of civic activism in India for local and national issues exposes key challenge – Citizens...

Ahmedabad Opens People Friendly Happy Street

The two-decade-old Khau Gali, the gastronomy high-street of Ahmedabad,  has returned in a new avatar as “Happy Street...

Air Pollution,The Biggest Challenge for India’s health in 2020

Developed countries started recognizing Air Pollution as a threat to flora and fauna soon after the famous “London...

How Urban Poor Are Being Left Out of Climate Actions in...

In urban areas in India, the urban poor usually are forced to settle in slums, squatters, and other informal settlements; often on land use that is not only at high risk but also that have a low potential for contestations (such as adjacent to railway tracks, or in low land areas).

What’s in Store for Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility and Climate Action...

Indian budget, Budget2020, preparation process now over and to be presented on the floor of the parliament by...

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