DA celebrates 36 years of providing eco-solutions for people and planet
On 12th October 2018, DA completed 36 years of delivering sustainable development outcomes in a commercially viable manner and providing alternative solutions towards a sustainable future. Read More... #sustainabledevelopment
DA at Climate Jamboree
Dr Ashok Khosla (Chairman, DA), was invited at the Climate Jamboree, organised by the TERI School of Advanced Studies on 2nd November, 2018. It is a movement that aims to engage and empower youth from India and across the world to build a sustainable future. Read More... #climatechange
DA at a Dialogue on Green Federalism
DA shared its take on Federalism and Sustainable Development at the 'Dialogue on Green Federalism: Sharing Best
Practices', organised by HBF. Read More... #sustainability
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Bundelkhand, Central India, is one of the most vulnerable and drought prone regions of India. This document highlights the interventions aimed at reducing the vulnerability of rural communities.
This compendium seeks to capture the essence of community based projects, addressing decentralised renewable energy projects with the unique expediences of innovative models.
The Government of Bihar, in association with DA, has been promoting the adoption of Fly Ash Brick technology. This document shares the initiatives undertaken in Bihar in setting up FAB Enterprises.
Countries like Germany, Austria, South Korea and Wales recycle more than 50% of their waste. In India, a mindset shift is required. People need to understand that it is their responsibility to manage the waste they produce. If waste is segregated at source, there is much better recovery of recyclable waste and more than 80 percent of the waste can be composted or recycled.
The Indian Express captured DA building's unique aspects of being environment-friendly, promoting the concepts of zero emissions, alternative technologies and eco-friendly construction practices.
Dr Ashok Khosla was invited at Climate Jamboree organised by the TERI School of Advanced Studies. The Week captured the event and also quoted Dr Khosla, stating his view on the need for political, economic and environmental dimensions to outline development policies.
Development Alternatives completed 36 years. The film highlights the problems humanity and the planet are currently facing and thereby, drawing on eco solutions. It showcases the key achievements over the years and how one can view challenges as opportunities and work with change to transform lives
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