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Development Mantra for Sustainability
Audrey Selian, Development Mantra for Sustainability 19 Mar 2018
Farming as a Service (Bain & Company)
Claudius Gutemann, Farming as a Service (Bain & Company) 15 Mar 2018
Financial Services

UBS Insights into UHNW Family Philanthropy in India

Despite expectations to the contrary, UBS found that many of India’s largest industrialists were extremely open to discussing their activities. For most, their philanthropy is a source of joy and pride and many are speaking out and making public commitments to charity. In this, India may be an outlier in Asia. Based on their conversations, UBS makes the following summary observations: Read more »

Edition 3 - Winter 2011

Edition 3 - November 2011 Read more »
Agriculture Products

Why Series Seed Documents are better than capped convertible notes

“First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.” Mahatma Gandhi Read more »

ANDE Investment Manager Training in Chennai Read more »

Key Milestones for GIIRS Ratings and Analytics: 15 Commitments from New GIIRS

GIIRS is a ratings and analytics platform for impact investing that provides comparable and verified social and environmental performance data on high impact funds and companies seeking investment capital. Read more »

Environment and Education: A Pathway to Sustainability by Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth

Human resource development is the key to successfully achieving sustainable development, and a range of educational measures, including formal, non-formal and informal education and learning in broad terms is the primary tool to develop the human capacity required for sustainable development. Pertinent practices are widespread in various forms and efforts are ever expanding and their contribution to sustainable development is demonstrated in a number of cases at individual, group, community and local levels. However, despite their potential and expectations, the impacts of educational measures on society-wide changes have yet to be demonstrated with substantiated evidence. Read more »
Financial Services

Summary of India Economic Survey 2010-11

Robust growth and steady fiscal consolidation have been the hallmark of the Indian economy in the year 2010-11 so far. The growth rate has been 8.6 percent in 2010-11 and is expected to be around 9 percent in the next fiscal year. Read more »
Health Services and Supplies

The lack of public health research output from India

Systematic assessment of recent health research output from India, and its relation with the estimated disease burden, is not available. This information would help understand the areas in health research that need improvement in India to enhance the health of India's population. Read more »
Energy and Power

Potential of wind power projects under the Clean Development Mechanism in India

So far, the cumulative installed capacity of wind power projects in India is far below their gross potential (. 15%) despite very high level of policy support, tax benefits, long term financing schemes etc., for more than 10 years etc. One of the major barriers is the high costs of investments in these systems. The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol provides industrialized countries with an incentive to invest in emission reduction projects in developing countries to achieve a reduction in CO2 emissions at lowest cost that also promotes sustainable development in the host country. Wind power projects could be of interest under the CDM because they directly displace greenhouse gas emissions while contributing to sustainable rural development, if developed correctly. Read more »
Financial Services

The Base of Pyramid distribution challenge

Evaluating alternate distribution models of energy products for rural Base of Pyramid in India Read more »