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CERES Conference 2014

April 30 – May 1, Boston, MA Smart businesses and investors are mobilizing today to deploy clean energy, protect water resources, and improve sustainability performance throughout their supply chains – and not just because it is necessary for long-term sustainability, but because they see great economic opportunity in tackling climate...
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Environmental Resources Management GRI G4 Training Courses

April 24 – 25, Washington, D.C. & April 29 – 30, Rolling Meadows (near downtown Chicago), IL Environmental Resources Management (ERM) is one of the premier firms approved as a GRI-certified training partner in the US.  Our courses are led by experienced practitioners who are apt at sustainability reporting and...
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The Accountability Project

April 7 – 11, Toronto, Canada The Accountability Project (TAP) will be held in Toronto April 7-11, 2014 with our Sustainability and CR Management Course and Master Course. TAP is celebrating a decade of training sustainability professionals.  Participants can choose from 1 to 5 days of training and those who successfully complete...
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Nerolac at the GRIHA Summit 2014

ADaRSH (Association for Development and Research on Sustainable Habitats) organised ‘The GRIHA Summit 2014’, on 16th and 17th January 2014. The 5th Annual Conference, with unconditional support from ‘The Energy and Resources Institute’ and ‘The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India’ was held at New Delhi’s India Habitat Centre....
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Nerolac Earth Matters – A 35 City Lecture Series

Earth Matters is an initiative by Kansai Nerolac to frame new thoughts and showcase actionable insights on trends and issues pertaining to Sustainable Development. Kansai Nerolac through its initiative, ‘Ideaz That Count’ tries to address the paradigm of sustainability, through the perspective of various architects, highlighted through their work. The...
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Magen David Synagogue, Mumbai

Renowned philanthropist David Sasoon built the Magen David Synagogue in 1861 at Nagpada (Byculla), Mumbai. A signature of the mass exodus of Jews escaping from Iraqi persecution to India; it still stands tall. Today, the population of Jews in Mumbai and across India may have dwindled, but the Magen David...
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CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre, Hyderabad

The CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre is the first Platinum rated green building in India. The development ensures 53% saving in overall energy consumption, 35% reduction in potable water consumption, and usage of 80% recycled/recyclable material. It incorporates several world-class energy and environment-friendly features, which include: Solar PV systems Indoor...
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Khotachiwadi, Girgaum, Mumbai

Khotachiwadi is a tiny colony in Mumbai, featuring a cluster of old-Portuguese-style bungalows. It adds tremendous historical and heritage value to Mumbai, going back almost 300 years. It is tucked away in a lane of Girgaon (Girgaum) in South Mumbai – near St Teresa’s Church, not too far from Charni...
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Christel House School, Lavasa ensures healthier classrooms for its children

About Christel House, Lavasa: Lavasa Corporation Limited Christel House Foundation, USA have established Chritel House as a heartfelt initiative to help underprivileged children with education, nutrition and healthcare. The school will grow to include class provisions upto grade XII. Holistic approach: Currently, around 324 children from 16 villages in and around Lavasa, study here. Food,...
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Ahmednagar Fort

Ahmednagar Fort is in Ahmednagar, 120 kms north-east of Pune, in Maharashtra. It is close to 600 years old. Malik Shah Ahmed began its construction in1427, but it was completed by Hussain Nizam Shah in 1562. Over the centuries, the city and the fort came under the rule of various...
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