• Earth Care Awards 2015

2015 Jury Members

Dr. R K Pachauri

Chair – Earth Care Awards Jury

Director General - TERI

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Mr. Kartikeya V. Sarabhai

Founder Director,

Centre for Environment Education

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Mr. Rajendra Shende

Chairperson - TERRE


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Aneeta Benninger

Executive Director at CDSA

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Ms. Shailaja Chandra

IAS (Retd.) Former Chief Secretary


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Mr. Rajat Gupta

Director, McKinsey and Company

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Mr. Chandrabhushan

Deputy Director General

Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi

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Dr. Nitin Pandit

Managing Director of WRI India

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Across India

LONDON: World Land Trust is an international conservation charity, which protects the world's most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre. In one of its most ambitious...

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 NEW DELHI: Union water resources minister Uma Bharti became the latest minister to take part in a cleanliness drive at the Shram Shakti Bhawan here on Saturday as a part of the NDA...

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Across SAARC

 The world populations of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles fell by 52 percent between 1970 and 2010, far faster than previously thought, the World Wildlife Fund said on Tuesday....

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 NEW DELHI: With India striving for a low carbon inclusive growth - even as it facilitates speedy clearances for infrastructure projects - the government is looking at Switzerland to cut down...

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 Narendra Modi is the first Indian prime minister visiting Nepal in 17 years, although the two countries share an open border and claim to have a close relationship.

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A rhinoceros gored a man to death as he fished in a river in southern Nepal in what experts said on Monday was a rare...

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Wild & Wacky

 HYDERABAD: Poaching continues to be the key threat to tigers in north Telangana and parts of Andhra Pradesh. The big cats are mysteriously disappearing heightening concerns that they are...

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 RAJKOT: A lion was found dead in Junagadh Agricultural University (JAU)'s research farm on the outskirts of Junagadh town on Tuesday...

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 NAGPUR: The region's tigers migrate great distances overcoming obstacles like canals and dangers like roads, rail lines, and open wells, mentions a latest report of the Wildlife Conservation...

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 KEITHVILLE, Louisiana—It's a few minutes before 8 a.m. at Chimp Haven, a sanctuary for retired research chimpanzees, and the air fills with their excited hoots and cries. Chimps in an...

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The Good Earth

Buildings in the city may soon be able to reduce their carbon footprint, though by a slim margin, thanks to low-carbon cement or `LC 3'. Scientist at IIT Delhi, along with IIT Bombay , IIT Madras...

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NEW DELHI: India will have to phase out mercury within six to 10 years as the country has signed a global treaty - Minamata Convention - which makes it mandatory for the signatories to ban the use...

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