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    Outbox 6th Edition Outbox 6th Edition Presentation Transcript

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    • The background picture has been clicked by Dr. Utkarsh and is subject to copyright issues. Please ask before use.
      • Dear Readers,
      • All over the world, it has been accepted that every business must act on global warming and other environmental concerns so as to establish long term trust with the public/customers and to meet its social and moral obligations.
      • A recent study by German, Swiss and British researchers published in the journal Nature reveals that if CO 2 emissions are halved by 2050 compared to 1990, global warming can be stabilised below two degrees. Since the industries contribute to a large extent to carbon emissions, solutions have to emerge from within the industries. The situation requires urgent action for effective results for the future. Since entrepreneurs are problem solvers and drivers of innovation, in this issue of Outbox, Dhriiti has featured student entrepreneurs and research scholars involved in sustainable development and green entrepreneurship.
      • Green infrastructure (Read Mrs. Smita Chugh’s research and interview with Mr. Rakesh Bhatia, DGM Real Estate, Reliance Infrastructure) is one of the emerging options that presents an immense opportunity in the construction sector. Next are the technology driven initiatives such as ECPS and Hydroponics (Inititatives of IIM and IIT students) and awareness campaigns (Less plastic more life with Vinod Lal). Small beginnings can also make a huge difference as show by the initiatives of 15 year old Shreya who has written to us from California. We hope to continue to draw many more readers and contributors from across the globe!
      • Cheers!
      • Unnati Narang
      • Editor, Outbox
      • [email_address]
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    • ANNOUNCING MOUTHPIECE , OUTBOX, DECEMBER ISSUE! Dhriiti invites articles for Mouthpiece on the theme – “ Entrepreneurial Opportunities in the Education Sector” Pen down your thoughts, experience, case study or research in not more than 800 words. You may focus specifically on one type of education or general, on a particular geography or all. Publish your articles in Outbox! Last date for submission – November 15, 2009. Send your entry to [email_address]
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    • DID YOU KNOW
    • NEWS Dhriiti contest ! In 100-150 words, write a short paragraph on the theme ‘That’s what I go to school for’ explaining what kind of entrepreneurial experiences you receive/received during school or college days. Last date: November 15, 2009. Send to [email_address]
    • CONTEST WINNER! Students in Entrepreneurship Winning photograph by Dr. Utkarsh, Delhi
    • The Author Senorita Baral is a student of Economics at SRCC and is an active member of Pragati – Society for Sustainable Development
    • The Author Senorita Baral is a student of Economics at SRCC and is an active member of Pragati – Society for Sustainable Development
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    • Google climate change tool - Google blog announces the launch of a series of Google Earth layers and tours that allow users to explore the potential impacts of climate change. Google has collaborated with the Danish government, host of UN Climate Change Convention (COP 15) in Copenhagen in December Motorola Received EPA Green Power Leadership Award and has expanded Environmental Initiatives with Launch of New Eco-Friendly Products The Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (WCED) at the ISB, along with the EVC Club, recently hosted a talk on ‘Green Business Ideas’, to assess if the green market makes good business sense. HUL is the first soap manufacturer to go green in its manufacturing process. Developed in collaboration with the Anglo-Dutch parent, HUL introduced technology called the Plough Share Mixer (PSM) to make soap “noodles” that eliminated steam consumption. PSM technology has been rolled out across all HUL’s eight manufacturing plants in India leading to an annual reduction of 15,000 tonnes in its Co2 footprint.
    • Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) organized its 7th edition of "Green Building Congress" from 9 - 12 September 2009 at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad, India on the theme Affordable Green Buildings to Showcase green building products / technologies / services, latest trends and technologies on green buildings , facilitate Market transformation and networking. After meeting its goal of reducing combined energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of HP operations and products to 25 percent below 2005 levels by 2010 Hewlett Packard has now set new goals to reduce the energy consumption and associated GHG emissions of all its products to 40 percent below 2005 levels by the end of 2011. CSC has Launched Enterprise Compliance and Sustainability Solution for the Chemical Industry - New Offering Provides Holistic Approach to Managing Regulatory Mandates
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