An innovation by itself can be rendered ineffectual without the buzz and the nurturing cover of an ecosystem.
Globally, the transportation sector accounts for 23% of carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion. It is expected to grow by 40% up to 2030.
Data on blue-collar employment of Muslims, who constitute 14.2% of population, in the private sector is scarce.
Investments made with an eye on social and eco benefits as well as financial returns finally turn out to be a sustainable business.
The slow pace of justice in domestic courts and the ineffective local trend of ad-hoc arbitration are giving way to a new style of institutional arbitration.
BITs cannot be banished from the policy regime right now. India is obviously not yet ready or mature for the large mega-regionals.
The agrarian crisis is of serious proportions but right now the quest is for survival. “We have to earn. We need jobs now,” says Yasmin Kamble.
Situation is indeed grim as future global reserves are largely spread over indigenous peoples’ or tribal lands; 50% for oil and gas production and 80% for mining.
In generic terms, Albanese explains:"If you are seen to be in a diffi cult place on bribery and corruption it doesn't matter if you are strong on safety."
Rather than simply give money away, Mahindra is seeding social enterprises, coaching them and helping them attract commercial investors.
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