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Registration for Webinar on ‘Valuing Natural Capital', 17th January 20


Webinar on ‘Valuing Natural Capital - Opportunities to Green the India


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COP23 Side Event on Circular Economy and Low Carbon Development - A Climate Change Solution


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Flagship Event of Work 4 Progress - 'Jobs We Want'


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LC3 – Potential for Resource Efficiency in Construction Sector


LC3 – Potential for Resource Efficiency in Construction Sector

Stakeholder Dialogue on "Mainstreaming Sustainable Social Housing in India"


Mainstreaming Sustainable Social Housing in India

TARAgram Yatra 2017


This TARAgramYatra is an annual event organized by Development Alternatives Group. In this we will take a tour to Bundelkhand, Madhya pradesh to Delhi and showcase our all products & services.

TARAgram Yatra 2017 Plenary


TARAgramYatra (TGY) seeks to nurture conversations and collaborations which work with a common aim of solving India’s social, environmental and economic issues. On the concluding day of TGY 2017, the Plenary will identify challenges and solutions towards a green and fair economy through a multi-stakeholder group of speakers and guests. This will include development practitioners, activists, government officials, policy makers, academicians and experts, business persons and youth leaders...

trialogue2047 on Solutions for Solid Waste Management in India


International Workshop on “Fostering Resource Efficiency by Securing Sustainable Resource Utilization"


Over the last few decades we are facing a rapidly increasing global demand for natural resources which are finite, and the same trend is expected in the near future. Unsustainable global patterns of production and consumption have led to resource depletion, environmental damage and economic shocks, leading the international community to take resource use issues seriously.

National Workshop Programme on Green Win-Win Solutions


Economic Transitions towards Sustainable Development for India


Economic Transition towards Sustainable Development


With a GDP growth rate of 7.6% in 2015-16, India is touted as the world’s fastest growing major economy. However, the paradox of India’s growth story is that its economic prosperity has come at the cost of rising social inequality and unsustainable consumption of natural resources. India ranks a low 135 amongst 187 countries on the HDI (Human Development Index), with 58% of its population lacking the means to meet essential needs. According to the Global Footprint Network, India’s ecological footprint exceeded its bio-capacity by 160% in 2012. Further, India’s development faces a very real risk of being severely impacted by climate change.

Seminar on ‘Environment-friendly toilet waste water treatment system’


Seminar on ‘Environment-friendly toilet waste water treatment system’ on 7th February, 2017 from 9:00AM to 4:00PM Development Alternatives Headquarters, New Delhi.

Stakeholder Dialogue-I on ‘Mainstreaming Sustainable Social Housing in


Stakeholder Dialogue-I on ‘Mainstreaming Sustainable Social Housing in India Project (MaS-SHIP)’ on 8th February, 2017 from 2:00PM to 5:00PM at Development Alternatives Headquarters, New Delhi

Consultation on Sustainable Economies


The current development trajectory of India has many adverse social and environmental implications. With a GDP growth rate of 7.6% in 2015-16, India is touted to be the world’s fastest growing economy. However, the paradox of India’s story is that this economic prosperity has come at the cost of social inequalities and unsustainable environment use. In order to move towards sustainable development that provides better quality of life for all within the ecological limits of the planet, we believe there is a need to revamp the principles governing our economic systems. We think this new agenda should be driven by a green, fair, and transparent economy approach. The basic premise of a green, fair and transparent economy is that there can be ways to eradicate poverty and foster sustainable development without harming the environment.



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