After a long period in oblivion and almost a decade after it was opened to private players, radio has regained its place in the lives of common man. Radio has created a place in the urban community as well, as an increasing number of people have now switched over to radio for their daily dose of entertainment. In Bundelkhand, there are for radio stations, of which Radio Bundelkhand was the first to be started in 2008 by Development Alternatives.
The brick sector of Bihar is presently dominated by highly resource and energy intensive conventional technologies like Fixed Chimney Kilns (FCKs). The usage of fly ash for the production of bricks presents a lucrative opportunity to reduce the negative environmental impacts of clay brickmaking, while also mitigating the land used in the disposal of fly ash, which is produced during coal burning at power plants. Development Alternatives and Shakthi Sustainable Energy Foundation under the supervision of Bihar State Pollution Control Board organised a day long stakeholder’s workshop on Roadmap Towards Accelerated Adoption of Fly Ash Brick Industry in Bihar on the 23rd of November 2016 at Hotel Pataliputra Ashok, Patna
The annual sustainability event organised by global think tank - Development Alternatives concluded recently with policy makers and experts emphasising that equity, inclusion and governance is very important to achieve SDGs. The three-day sustainability event, TARAgram Yatra (TGY) was organised from September 20 - 22, with thematic yatras and consultations in New Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana