On the occasion of World Environment Day, June 5, 2018, of which India is the global host, representation of voices from the ground of varied stakeholders - civil society, businesses and community based organisations - is instrumental in driving the transition to a green, fair and inclusive economy. Despite positive trends in government policy, industry and business practices, the transition to a green economy still remains a niche discourse in India, and therefore, people of all ages and skills are central as ownership gives way to stewardship. This transition can catalyse significant changes in economic behaviour, providing an environment for the emergence of new service, leasing, sharing and collaborative models towards green and inclusive systems.
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Prakruti is an NGO working in the area of conservation and environmental issues. It enables the sustainable use of natural produce, while generating income and employment for indigenous forest-dependent communities. It is a green economy initiative and strives to create a market for traditionally harvested forest produce. It builds the capacities of individuals, especially women, and sets up appropriate institutional mechanisms to monitor and manage the use of natural resources. It also empowers women to access financial resources and gainful employment. Read More



Development Alternatives, in partnership with the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), Green Economy Coalition and SwitchAsia Programme, is hosting the 21st trialogue2047: Local Green Enterprises and their role in Greening the Economy on June 1, 2018, at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi. Read More

Development Alternatives (DA) is hosting a World Environment Day Campaign: Green Economy Transitions, on the occasion of World Environment Day on June 5, 2018. Join the Conversation on how MSMEs are instrumental for a green, inclusive and fair economy. Read More

Join the Global Movement led by civil society and MSMEs towards a Green Economy, by signing The Santa Cruz Declaration on Local Green Enterprise. Read More