Case Study


Bamboo: a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative A case study of Madhya Pradesh State Bamboo Mission

The Madhya Pradesh State Bamboo Mission (MPSBM) has been registered as a society in July 2013 under MP Societies Registration Act, 1973....

VRIDDHI from Stubble Management: Waste to Wealth Approach for Sustainable Livelihoods and Empowerment.

In Punjab and Haryana, it is common to burn crop residue1. Stubble emits aerosol particles (coarse particles {PM10}, fine particles {PM2.5} and GHGs...

Key Aspects and Evolution of Disaster Management System in Odisha

Odisha, a state in India, with home to 4.6 crore people, is one of the most disaster prone regions in the country. It has a coastline of about 480 km that lies along the Bay of Bengal, has plateaus, hills, plains and coastal areas...

ESG: Global Significance and Evolution in India

ESG is the most crucial and significant framework for the economies and societies across the globe. ESG encompasses the Environmental, Social and Governance factors imbibed by the corporations/companies in their business approach.

Enactus: Building sustainable future through collective, transformative actions

Enactus aims to promote the idea that even the smallest of efforts can have a much bigger impact on the personal level. It works on the idea of how an individual makes an impact in the society and contributes towards fulfilling.....

Case Study on Perennial Assam Floods and Innovations in Shelter Ecosystems

The Brahmaputra river has proven to be a lifeline for northeastern India since ages. Brahmaputra serves as an important source for irrigation and transportation in the state of Assam. Originating in a great glacier mass in Kailas range of the Himalayas (e

Electrifying rural India: A Case Study on Mlinda's solar mini-grids

The page for renewable energy has turned and now there is a huge appreciation among the policy makers, industry stakeholders, as well as the common public about the potential of renewables in contributing towards accelerating the global electrification ef

E-waste Management & Circular Economy Comparative Case Study

Economic growth, urbanisation and industrialisation result in increasing volumes and varieties of both solid and hazardous wastes. This has led to a global problem of managing this electronic waste. The generation of E-waste is rising rapidly and as per t

Feasibility of E-waste as a Business. A Case Study on Elxion Pvt

E-Waste is currently the fastest growing waste stream in the world, with India being the third-largest producer of e-waste1. Increasing prosperity and government schemes such as Digital India are expected to increase the quantum of E-Waste in the coming y

Sundarbans: Climate Anomalies and Their Impact on Quality of Life

Suresh Pramanik, a 42-year-old resident of Basanti in the Sundarbans, lives in a small three-room house....

Biogas Initiative at Tezpur University A Case Study

As of May 2022, 39 countries of the world have declared a climate emergency. Climate change is regarded by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the biggest...

Tackling the solar photovoltaic modules waste

Solar energy is considered as a major component in the race against climate change. Supported by the policy makers, as well as the declining expenses in its installation and consumption, the solar energy sector is growing rapidly not only in the Indian

E-vehicle landscape in India: Policy measures in place and different vehicle models available

Electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining popularity around the world as a sustainable and environment friendly alternative to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. In India, the EV landscape is rapidly evolving, with various policies and initiatives being i

Climate conundrum: impact on urban India

Climate outlook for India has never been more alarming as it is now. Incidents of untimely rain, prolonged drought, flashfloods, more intense and frequent cyclones—all point to the erratic climate pattern. Media reports on rural distress and layered imp

Models of climate resilience in urban slums- a case study of the Mahila Housing Trust initiatives in India

Climate change is a global challenge that affects all people, but it disproportionately impacts marginalized communities, including women. This case study aims to examine the "Women in Climate Change" initiative and its impact on women's participation i

Ecological restoration through removal Of invasive alien species: a case study of Junglescapes’ efforts in karnataka

This is a case study on the efforts and outcomes of Bengaluru-based NGO ‘Junglescapes’ to ecologically restore the forests of Karnataka through the removal of invasive alien plant species Lantana Camara.

From Vulnerability to Resilience: Case Study on Swayam Shikshan Prayog's Women-led Climate Resilient Farming Model

The Women-led Climate Resilient Farming (WCRF) model is a novel approach that seeks to empower women in farming communities and promote sustainable and climate-resilient agricultural practices. The WCRF model is designed to help small and marginal farme

Reducing Carbon Emissions Through Bike-Sharing Model: A Case Study of Yulu

Reducing Carbon Emissions Through Bike-Sharing Model: A Case Study of Yulu