• strategy 4 / Feature

    India's Millet Metrics

    Millets are being hailed as the answer to food and nutrition insecurity as well as climate concerns. With the UN announcing 2023 as the International Year of Millets, they are getting the long-due attention, but to realise their actual potential, they will need more

    June 01, 2023
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    Smart Proteins And The ‘Organic’ Déjà Vu

    Smart proteins must tick the right boxes—of affordability and availability—to make themselves relevant in a world that is struggling to meet its climate goals. Or they may face a stagnant future like the organic food market

    May 01, 2023
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    Sex And The Planet

    From vegan condoms to bio-degradable dildos and organic lubes, the market for sexual wellness products is witnessing growing interest in green alternatives

    March 01, 2023
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    We Need To Change Our Consumption Patterns: Dia Mirza

    Actress and model Dia Mirza wears many hats. The former Miss Asia Pacific International is the goodwill ambassador for United Nations Environment Programme in India and UN Secretary General’s advocate for sustainable development goals. Recently, she started investing in green business. But it is not just advocacy for her, she walks the talk with her passion for sustainable living   

    February 01, 2023
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    Karni Singh Jasol: A Heritage Conservationist’s Life Cut Short

    The director of Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Museum Trust died in an accident earlier this year. In his short life, he left an indelible mark in the area of museology and heritage conservation and promotion in India 

    December 01, 2022
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    Ricky Kej: The Green Musician

    The two-time Grammy award winning Indian music composer has leveraged his art for environmental awareness

    December 01, 2022