Highlights of Business Today 30th May 2021, issue:
The latest issue of Business Today magazine carries a cover story Towards a Low-carbon Future
- India is the third-largest emitter of CO2 globally. As businesses put in place measures to increase their green presence, policies need to meet economics to help the country become energy efficient. Find out more at Towards a Low-carbon Future.
- Corporate houses such as Tatas, Reliance, Aditya Birla Group, Adani, L&T and others are investing in green and carbon-free technologies to cut emissions drastically. To know more read The Defenders.
- Ethanol blending promises to open up a sizeable market for the domestic sugar industry to utilise excess production, without hurting farmer interest. To know more read Blend It to Fix It.
- In order to reduce its carbon footprint, the entire Indian Railways network will be electrified by 2023. It will also instal 20GW of solar power by 2030 Read more at Green Railways by 2030.
- The country's e-waste generation increased 43 per cent between FY18 and FY20. The pandemic-induced consumption of electronic devices is set to add to the problem in future. Find out more at E-waste: A Growing Problem.
- Notorious for environmental pollution and accidental death of workers in the yards till a decade ago, Alang in Gujarat is currently the greenest and safest ship-breaking hub globally. So, what changed? To know more read Clean and Green Alang.
All this and much more in the May 30, 2021, issue of Business Today. So, buy now!
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