Innovation Capitalism

India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Its propensity for innovation is apparent from a term widely used – jugaad. ‘Jugaad’ means an innovative idea for a resourceful improvisation. It is a land that hosts creative thinkers that have made place like Ralegan Siddhi a model for environmental conservation. By announcing newer reforms … Continue reading Innovation Capitalism

SolarChat on Twitter: American Corporate Solar Champions

Last week, I participated in a #SolarChat on Twitter, "American Corporate Solar Champions," which showcases corporate solar champions featured in SEIA's "Solar Means Business" report. Questions from Raina Brett Russo ‏@EcoOutfitters. Here are some of the questions that interested me and to which I answered: Q WHAT IS THE NUMBER ONE MOTIVATOR FOR A COMPANY LIKE GM AND OTHERS TO GO … Continue reading SolarChat on Twitter: American Corporate Solar Champions

Water pollution in China and India

On August 2nd, 2013, I re-blogged an article 'The greening of China' in my blog titled 'Optimistically green China'. While China intends to go greener, another renewable energy, hydropower, cannot be overlooked. A study by Sean Gallagher, a Beijing-based British environmental photojournalist mentioned that 'renewable energy has no negative consequences' is a myth, busted in a guest … Continue reading Water pollution in China and India