Dyeing processes are one of the most polluting unit operations in the textile industry. News articles are rampant in the media, showing rivers and streams near textile manufacturing hubs flowing with coloured water; untreated...
12 April 2021
The Indian textile industry is fragmented and diverse, both in terms of capacity and types of materials handled. This results in highly varied wastewater profiles, not only across different units but also within the same unit.
14 March 2021
Feminization of the workforce accompanied by increasing informalisation is an emerging phenomenon across Indian industries- from garment to electronics to agriculture. Faced with stiff global competition...
8 March 2021
The big push towards clean mobility, particularly e-mobility, is finally here. Over the past five years,
several state governments as well the Central Government have been actively promoting...
01 March 2021
Wastewater reuse – strategy for sustaining the rich tradition of textiles in India
2 January 2021
Contrary to a recent saying...
08 May 2020
Background: Environmental accounting or green accounting is a new branch of accounting that aims at accounting for the Environment and its well-being...
28 April 2020
The government is an important stakeholder in the agricultural sector in India due to the policy support it provides. It is a key driver of policies that envision policy...
16 March 2020
According to the definition given by the United Nations, the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
4 March 2020
In his celebrated book ‘Built to Last’, Jim Collins advanced the theory that visionary and enduring companies had a special ability that set them apart from others. These companies ...
21 February 2020
“I am going to wear this dress when I lose some weight.” Replace the dress with denim/top/t-shirt/jacket/sweater/kurta ...
17 February 2020
‘Circular economy’ is now one of the most talked-about ideas among sustainability professionals.
4 January 2020