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Workshop on Roadmap Towards Accelerated Adoption of Fly ash...


The brick sector of Bihar is presently dominated by highly resource and energy intensive conventional technologies like Fixed Chimney Kilns (FCKs). The usage of fly ash for the production of bricks presents a lucrative opportunity to reduce the negative environmental impacts of clay brickmaking, while also mitigating the land used in the disposal of fly ash, which is produced during coal burning at power plants. Development Alternatives and Shakthi Sustainable Energy Foundation under the supervision of Bihar State Pollution Control Board organised a day long stakeholder’s workshop on Roadmap Towards Accelerated Adoption of Fly Ash Brick Industry in Bihar on the 23rd of November 2016 at Hotel Pataliputra Ashok, Patna

‘What is relevant for India is what is relevant for the poorest’...


The annual sustainability event organised by global think tank - Development Alternatives concluded recently with policy makers and experts emphasising that equity, inclusion and governance is very important to achieve SDGs. The three-day sustainability event, TARAgram Yatra (TGY) was organised from September 20 - 22, with thematic yatras and consultations in New Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana

3- day sustainability event ends in New Delhi


The annual sustainability event organised by global think tank – Development Alternatives concluded recently with policy makers and experts emphasizing that equity, inclusion and governance is very important to achieve SDGs

TARAgram Yatra 2016 concludes with emphasis on equity, inclusion...


The annual sustainability event organised by global think tank – Development Alternatives concluded today with policy makers and experts emphasising that equity, inclusion and governance is very important to achieve SDGs

Eco-friendly cement showcased at Marrakech Climate Change Conference


Experts from Development Alternatives (DA) and IITs shared the potential of LC3 cement promoting sustainable development at the ongoing Marrakech Climate Change Conference recently.

Low Carbon Cement for Sustainable development of Emerging Economies


World cement production is projected to be around 6 billion tons in 2050. Currently emerging economies are the leading producers and emitters of CO2 in the world from cement production. Production of cement also consumes natural resources in bulk quantities.

LC3 Cement showcased as one of the 50 solutions to mitigating climate


Currently emerging economies are the leading producers and emitters of CO2 in the world from cement production. Production of cement also consumes natural resources in bulk quantities.

Leader in the Making


Today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. They are the aspirational class of citizens of this great multicultural democracy who harbour innovative ideas and are passionately committed to bringing change. Keonjhar Girl Jyoti Shresth, selected for Youth Citizen Service Leadership Challenge 2015, is an aspiring Social Activist who believes that a social worker’s principal concern is to reach out to people in distress.

Workshop on Climate Change held at the Collector's Assembly hall


District Administration, Datia with the support of Development Alternatives conducted a District Level Training and workshop on Climate Change. The programme was lead by Collector Prakash Jhangre.

Workshop conducted on Climate Change


District Administration, Datia with the support of Development Alternatives conducted a District Level Training and workshop on on Climate Change. The programme was lead by Collector Prakash Jhangre.

Discussions held on the impact of Climate Change


Under the leadership of Prakash Jhangre, District Administration, Datia with the support of Development Alternatives conducted a District Level Training and workshop on on Climate Change.

Workshop conducted on Climate Change


District Administration, Datia with the support of Development Alternatives conducted a District Level Training and workshop on Climate Change. The programme was lead by Collector Prakash Jhangre.

District Level Training Workshop conducted


District Administration, Datia and Development Alternatives conducted a District Level Training and workshop on on Climate Change.

Cultural heritage and traditional folk meet a theTARAgram fair


In Bundelkhand a fair on different disciplines of livelihood was organised at at TARAgram Orchha. This one day fair also glanced at the different cultural heritage and traditional folk of the region. Many stalls were out up which became the centre of attraction.

Wadi - Endowing farmers


India with unpredictable climate situation, soaring commodity prices, poor productivity, frail land fertility and huge debts push farmers to migrate but Wadi Model is changing the scenario in UP and MP states.

Discussions were held on water, health and sanitation in Bundelkhand


Development Alternatives in association with the district administration held a one day workshop on water, health and sanitation at Development building auditorium at Bundelkhand. The main agenda was to discussion water, health and sanitation issues in Bundelkhand area and with the help of government, non government and community develop strategies to address it.



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