Tata Power Club Enerji issues clarion call with #Switchoff2SwitchOn2

‘Calls for sustainable living amidst Covid-19 pandemic’ National, 7th May 2020: Close on the heels of winning “The Edison Award” for Social Innovation for its “Club Enerji #SwitchOff2SwitchOn” campaign under… Read More

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Why it makes sense to buy used stuff?

Trends in global consumption have seen a marked change as ideas like minimalism and sustainable living shift focus from consumerism and brand equity. Society seems to have come a long… Read More

2 months ago

GCG in conversation with Shalini Singh, Chief-Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Tata Power Limited

Shalini Singh is an integrated Communication Professional with 20 years of experience in the industries such as Power, IT, Telecom & Textiles & Garments. She is the Chief-Corporate Communications and… Read More

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The Colourful World of Crayons

Ever thought about a world without colours? Imagine a world without the orange hues of the sunset, the serene white of snow, the lush green of forests or the blue… Read More

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5 Games that Teach Kids Environmental Conservation

One of the basic instincts of humans is the drive to survive. An urge to live necessitates the need to develop consciousness of our surroundings. We want to thrive in… Read More

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Invest in Building Your Skills via These Environment and Sustainability Courses

Coronavirus lockdowns all over the globe have made people question life, survival, and the future that will be, after the dust has settled. But, just being in self-imposed quarantines will… Read More

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April 2020: Monthly Electric Vehicle News Roundup

1. Sales of electric vehicles in India in 2019 20 increased by 20 per cent Total sales of EVs in India in 2018-19 were at 1.3 lakh units, SMEV said in a statement. For all FY20 sales, 1,52 lakh units were two-wheelers,… Read More

2 months ago

April 2020: Monthly Environmental News Roundup

1. To support the climate, one clothing maker's solution The textile industry, after fruit and vegetable production, is the second-largest source of waste water in the world. It generates about 20 percent of the world's wastewater and… Read More

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