Mr. Ashok Jain

GCG in conversation with Ashok Jain, Director at Terracon Ecotech Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Ashok Jain is Director and Strategist at Terracon Ecotech Pvt. Ltd., a pioneer company offering ecology based advisory services and turnkey solutions. He has 20 years of experience in business development, strategic advisory, operations, senior management & entrepreneurship. He has co-promoted Terracon.  Ashok holds post-graduate qualifications such as MBA and L.L.B. from University of Mumbai….

GCG in conversation with Sandhya Lal, Business Development Manager at Grow-Trees.com

About Grow-Trees.com- www.Grow-Trees.com is a social enterprise launched and dedicated to the Planet on World Environment Day, June 5, 2010. GCG interviewed Sandhya Lal, Business Development Manager at Grow-Trees.com. Following is the transcript of the conversation. When was Grow-trees.com established and how was the idea conceived? www.Grow-Trees.com is a social enterprise launched and dedicated to the Planet…

Green Clean Guide in conversation with Chris Allan, Institute for Social and Environmental Transition

ISET-International’s work focuses on understanding social and environmental change processes, including climate change and urbanization, and supporting adaptive responses to the fundamental challenges such processes pose for society and marginalized populations. GCG had an opportunity to interview Chris Allan about ISET’s work. When was ISET established and how was the idea conceived? ISET was established…

Green Clean Guide in conversation with Dr. George Peter- Founder and Director, Mithradham

Mithradham is an NGO dedicated towards promotion of Renewable energy. Renewable energy centre Mithradham is the first fully solar educational institution in India dedicated to the promotion of Renewable Energy, expecially solar energy in India. GCG interviewed Dr. George Peter, Founder and Director, Mithradham. When was Mithradham established and how was the idea conceived? Mithradham…

Greencleanguide in conversation with Mr. J.M. Garg- Founder Efloraofindia

How did eflora community evolve? Efloraofindia was initially set up in June, 2007 as a means of identifying tree species, but it rapidly became apparent that other plants needed to be included. It currently attempts to identify not only Indian trees but shrubs, herbs, grasses and sedges, cultivated plants and flowers, mosses and liverworts, fungi …