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Read more: Clean fun

Is solar an attractive investment asset class? It sure is. Returns are heady, typically upwards of 16 per cent and the opportunity is transient. So, come on, cash in on it —after all, as Brutus told Cassius, “there is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to...

Read more: The sweet spot in solar

How has afforestation made a difference to Ashok Leyland, the company that makes buses and trucks?

Going green has helped the company ensure good ambient air quality levels, far better than the permissible limits prescribed by the pollution control boards, at its manufacturing plants. Intangible...

Read more: Breathtaking!

Solar energy has been the subject of many innovations, besides a variety of interesting applications in the last few years. So, when the solar study lamp came along, no one batted an eyelid. Here was one more good use the sun was being put to.

But no one expected a ‘do-it-yourself’ version that...

Read more: Making their lives sunny

Variety, they say, is the spice of life. But that is exactly what we are losing in the Indian spice sector. Precious spices like black pepper, green and black cardamom, nutmeg, and cinnamon, which grow in the Western Ghats, are losing their biodiversity quotient. They are increasingly being...

Read more: The taste of things to come

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