3 mn read

Is it half planned decision or adamant citizens behind the failed Ban on single use plastic initiative within a week in India?

Posted in News

3 mn read Ban on particular single-use plastic items is been initiated by the administration across India. Any person found violating the rule will have to face fine or imprisonment or both, mentioned under Section 15 of the Environment Protection Act (EPA) and according to the laws by municipal corporations. Implemented in every corner from 1st July, items under ban radar are plastic sticks of balloons, flags, candy sticks, ice cream sticks, plates, cups, glasses, polystyrene, straws, trays, knives, earbuds, packaging or wrapping material around invitation cards, sweet boxes, cigarette packets, plastic or PVS banners of less than 100 microns and stirrers. The news came after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an event in India on World Environment Day.

5 mn read

The benefits to embody the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in our business objectives

Posted in Finance

5 mn read The latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report has never been so alarming, natural disasters are multiplying, and more and more climate refugees are fleeing their lands. The current context pushes citizens and companies to act for the planet in view of the political inaction that a large part of the population considers. 76% of people agree that CEOs should take the lead on change rather than waiting for government to impose it (an 11-point increase from the 2018 study). But what role do companies have nowadays in the face of the climate emergency? 

3 mn read

India and Britain joined hands for Green Grids Initiative- One sun One world One grid

Posted in News

3 mn read Green Grids Initiative – One sun One world One grid is about to be launched in November by India alongside Britain. It is a Northwest Europe cooperation with the country, that aims to achieve an infrastructure connected through electricity among continents. According to a press release of Green Grids Initiative- One sun One world One grid Northwest Europe Cooperative event by Press Information Bureau (News agency of Government of India) released on 13th October 2021, ‘The idea for the One sun One world One grid (OSOWOG) initiative was put forth by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi, at the First Assembly of the International Solar Alliance in October 2018. He had called for connecting solar energy supply across borders. In May 2021, the United Kingdom and India agreed to combine forces of the Green Grids Initiative and the One sun One world One grid initiative and jointly launch GGI-OSOWOG at the COP26 (Climate Change Conference) summit being hosted by the UK at Glasgow in November 2021’.

5 mn read

UK steps up the war against pollution as environmental groups protest right-wing media’s “inaccurate reporting of climate crisis”

Posted in News

5 mn read The British government has officially stepped up its fight against single-use plastics by confirming that the carrier bag charge will be extended to all retailers from April 2021. The charge was first introduced in 2015, allowing the government to successfully prevent billions of plastics bags being sold and ultimately ending up in the environment.

Printer: Economic and Political Media Limited
eatnews.co.uk © 2022 Thesis7ting LLC