India has enormous potential in its green hydrogen journey but also faces hurdles. This opinion highlights legislative measures, industry contributions, and India's goal for a cleaner and greener future amid technological developments and proactive government support. India is poised to become a global leader in sustainable energy
In a world where the challenges of climate change, resource management, and organisational safety loom large, the imperative for businesses to adopt sustainable practices has never been more pressing. Over the last 15 years, carbon emissions have doubled, underscoring the critical need for organisations to comply with ESG regulations and leverage technology for effective reporting and implementation of sustainable initiatives
The gig economy is becoming the preferred choice for professionals and organisations. However, concerns about the inherent uncertainty of gig work loom large. How can individuals prepare and adapt to thrive in this booming economy?
India's Carbon Credit Trading Scheme is vital in mitigating climate change. However, carbon markets, challenges, and the ethical implications of trading emission permits must balance profit and morality in combating climate change
The average prices of cars bought in India have steadily risen. Amidst this change in spending habits, Maruti, a brand historically synonymous with affordable and functional vehicles, continues to hold on to a significant pie of the Indian automobile market. What provides Maruti with continued dominance in India's progressively dynamic and competitive automobile market, and what does the future hold for them?
A culture of continuous learning and improvisation, along with support from the highest levels of governance, will be necessary to establish fully value-based care. It is a long journey, but a well-developed VBC system can benefit all stakeholders by keeping the population healthy at lower costs
Planning and governance play an important role in the ever-evolving needs of businesses. Identifying new threats quickly and prioritising their remedy will reduce the risks of vulnerability from more unique and more dangerous cyber threats