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In AWE Second Quarter 2016-Decoding Smart

Smart[er] Village Project Dharnichiwadi Village- Raigad, Maharashtra, CRISIL

  CRISIL Team Anukriti Awasthi, Parineeta Banerjee, Arjun Beri, Guruprasad Iyer, Hridya Ravimohan, Tejinder Sidhu Mind Genius Charitable Trust Team Hriitu Rana, Saajid, Madhuri Kanhane, Grace Fernandes, Francis SME Consultants Rakesh Bangera (Director, Urban Practice, CRISIL), Dipika Tuteja (Architect/Editor at In AWE) Project Background & Summary Dharnichiwadi is located in Raighad District of Maharashtra, about...

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Discussion on Air Quality, Energy use and Public Health

Paathshala School Mantra: We Must Treat Our Waste Ourselves

Paathshala School Mantra: We Must Treat Our Waste Ourselves This Arcticle first appeared on http://swachhindia.ndtv.com/paathshala-school-mantra-must-treat-waste/?pfrom=home-campaigns Season 2 of NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India continued scouting the country to find the ‘Swachh Warriors’ or those who have selflessly dedicate their time and efforts in making the country a cleaner and better place to live. One such group of...

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Even site owners ditch mobile towers over radiation threat

This Article first appeared on http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/index.aspx?EID=31809&dt=20160724# Even site owners ditch mobile towers over radiation threat Hyderabad: TIMES NEWS NETWORK Chief secretary Rajiv Sharma's recent assurance about mobile towers being `absolutely safe' appears to have failed to allay the fears of citizens. In fact, many tower site owners in the city are even mulling not renewing their...

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4 Reasons Why Pune Scores in Waste Management

4 Reasons Why Pune Scores in Waste Management This Article first appeared on http://www.moneylife.in/article/4-reasons-why-pune-scores-in-waste-management/47515.html Sucheta Dalal 18 July 2016 3 All of India’s metropolises are grappling with problems of pollution, poor air quality, no sewage treatment and inadequate solid waste disposal. We ignore the issues until they suddenly erupt in the form of frequent fires at overused...

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TERI study of Uttarakhand and Goa recommends integration of climate resilience measures into national and state urban planning

TERI study of Uttarakhand and Goa recommends integration of climate resilience measures into national and state urban planning New Delhi, July 8, 2016: At a national conference on improving climate resilience of our cities held today, TERI recommended the dovetailing of appropriate measures into the national and sub-national planning, such as the town planning schemes...

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Climate Resilient Infrastructure Planning for Greater Mumbai

Climate Resilient Infrastructure Planning for Greater Mumbai Urban infrastructure plays a critical role in sustaining the resources required for managing a city. It provides critical social and economic services beyond its boundaries. While the location and urban service has to be upgraded with rise in population and change in demographics, the design and development has...

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Abuse and climate change killing Yamuna

Abuse and climate change killing Yamuna Juhi Chaudhary ,  05.06.16 A photographer’s journey down the Yamuna in Delhi captures the extent of climate change effects, abuse and encroachments Collecting plastic bottles and packets from the Yamuna for recycling Yamuna, India’s second longest river, rises in the Garhwal Himalayas, where climate change is affecting the availability of...

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LED revolution

Puducherry leads in LED lighting revolution S. Gopikrishna Warrier ,  22.06.16 An initiative at the tiny enclave of Puducherry on India’s east coast has set the tone for wider adoption of eco-friendly LED lighting across the country, saving on electricity, emissions and costs Hotel Palais de Mahe in Puducherry is turning to LED lighting to...

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SMART CITIES SUTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP IN BHUBANESHWAR

Draft-Smart-Cities-Proposal-Bhubaneswar1   SCSC_InAWE_EUREM050216_DEL In AWE Presentation_Ashish Jain Streets for all - 5.2.16TOD - 5.2.16            

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“Delhi Clean Air Forum” – ‘2500’ Resident Welfare Association of Delhi comes together to call for an action on finding long-term solutions to Delhi’s air pollution crisis

          Sandeep Mishra, Director, Swachh Bharat Mission: “Delhi Forum of Clean Air will further enable implementation of our mission to clean Delhi through greater involvement of urban local bodies and citizens”.  2nd MAY, 2016 NEW DELHI: Faced with emergency air pollution levels, which led to emergency measures like the odd even...

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MASH Mixer #13

Presenting to you the souvenirs of April 29, 2016, the day which brought realization of conscience to the informal gathering of MASH Mixer #13. We talked about no other sector but the sector exacting the attention but failure in the reality, to highlight the cause by facilitating the solutions still in nascent stage - Cleanliness...

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