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News

  • CSM supports call for immediate release of Bahraini human rights activist, Abdulhadi Al-Khawaj

    CSM chief executive, Malini Mehra, is a member with Al-Khawaja of the International Advisory Network of the Centre for Business and Human Rights. Today the Centre issued a call for the release of Al-Khawaja on humanitarian grounds. Please read further and support efforts to secure Mr Al-Khawaja's release from the Government of Bahrain.

    International Advisory Network Press Release

    Tuesday 10th April 2012
    India the 'grim reaper' of Durban's climate talks?

    Malini Mehra writes

    Today, on the last day of the UN climate talks in Durban, our partner, Avaaz - the global on-line campaigning community with 10 million members - took out a graphic ad in the Financial Times. The ad featured India as one of four countries depicted as 'grim reapers' bringing climate death and destruction to Africa...read the full article


    Friday 9th December 2011

    Rio+20 Future We Want campaign launched by UN Secretary-General

    CSM's chief executive, Malini Mehra, is an advisor to a new global campaign, The Future We Want, launching a global conversation on issues of sustainability and the future we want. The campaign will be launched by the UN Secretary-General in New York on 22 November 2011.


    The campaign will feed into the 'Rio+20' initiative when - 20 years after UNCED, the Earth Summit in 1992 - the United Nations will bring the world together in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to discuss and decide how to accelerate action for a healthier, more equitable and more prosperous world for all.

    “Rio+20” -- the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development -- is an opportunity to look ahead to the world we want in 20 years and to come up with better ways of doing things. Such as:


    • How can we help people move out of poverty and get good jobs, while protecting the environment?
    • How can we provide access to clean energy for everyone?
    • How can we make sure that everyone can get the water, food and nutrition they need?
    • How can we shape our cities so that everyone can enjoy a decent quality of life?
    • How can we make sure that our oceans and marine life are healthy?
    • How can we make sure that our communities are resilient in the face of natural disasters?

    Further details at:
    UN website and www.futurewewant.org

    Tuesday 22 November 2011, New York

    Guardian / Unilever 2011 Debate: Sustainable Living: mainstream or pipedream?

    The UK's Guadian newspaper has teamed up with Unilever to host a debate on these issues. The debate is on Tuesday 22nd November 2-3pm (GMT) and will be live streamed on Guardian Sustainable Business.

    The event will see an international panel of experts come together to discuss how companies, brands and people can help motivate the mainstream. On the panel are:

    • Malini Mehra, Founder and CEO of the Centre for Social Markets, India
    • David Jones, Global CEO, Havas, and Co-Founder, One Young World
    • Tensie Whelan, Executive Director, Rainforest Alliance
    • Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever

    The discussion will be moderated by environmentalist and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby.

    We would love you to join in the debate. Here's how you can get involved:


    • tweet us @GuardianSustBiz or use #Sustliving to follow the discussion before it gets started

    What do you think should be done to mainstream sustainability? Whose responsibility is it and what role does business have? Make sure that the panel hear your thoughts and request a reminder so that you don't miss this crucial debate.

    Tuesday 22nd November 2-3pm (GMT), Guardian Sustainable Business

    International Green Awards 2011

    CSM's chief executive, Malini Mehra, is serving on the Judging Panel of the 2011 International Green Awards 2011, joining other judges including explorer, David de Rothschild; IUCN chief, Julia Marton-Lefevre; former Brazilian environment minister, Marina da Silva, etc. The Awards will cover 20 catergories and will be announced at a Green Gala on 24 November 2011, in Kensington, London.

    Follow the Awards on twitter www.twitter.com/greenawards or at International Green Awards.

    24 November 2011, London

    CSM launches latest report

    Made in Bangalore: How Social Enterprise Is Transforming Business-As-Usual

    Speakers at the launch include:


    • Malini Mehra, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of CSM
    • Harish Hande, Managing Director Selco-India, winner of 2011 Ramon Magsaysay Award

    press release coming soon


    16th November 2011, Bangalore International Centre

    CSM @ World Economic Forum/ India Economic Summit 2011

    CSM's chief executive, Malini Mehra, was at the WEF/ IES moderating several private and public sessions on India's sustainable growth.

    Saturday 12 November 2011. Mumbai.
    WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
    SUSTAINABLE GROWTH SUMMIT - Keeping India's competitive edge for the long-term
    Private session

    Summit Co-Chairs:
    • Jamshyd N. Godrej, Chairman and Managing Director, Godrej & Boyce
    • Ben Verwaayen, Chief Executive Officer, Alcatel-Lucent, France
    Moderator: Opening and Closing Plenaries of Summit:
    Malini Mehra, Founder & Chief Executive, Centre for Social Markets; Young Global Leader; Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Consumption

    Sunday 13 November 2011. Mumbai.
    INDIA ECONOMIC SUMMIT
    Session: The Water-Food-Energy Nexus
    What innovative solutions can India implement to address the water-energy-food nexus?
    This session is on the record

    Speakers:
    • Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Government of Singapore
    • Harish Hande, Managing Director, SELCO Solar Light, India; Social Entrepreneur
    • Michel M. Liès, Chairman, Global Partnerships, Swiss Re, Switzerland
    • Nitin Paranjpe, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Hindustan Unilever Limited, Executive Vice-President, Unilever South-East Asia, Hindustan Unilever, India
    • Suresh Prabhu, Chairperson, Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), India; Former Union minister for environment and forests
    • Chengal Reddy, Co-Chairman, Indian Farmers & Industry Alliance (IFIA), India
    Moderator:
    Malini Mehra, Founder & Chief Executive, Centre for Social Markets; Young Global Leader; Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Consumption

    Monday 14 November 2011. Mumbai.
    INDIA ECONOMIC SUMMIT
    Session: Green Growth in India: From Agenda to Action
    How will India make its mark globally in driving stronger environmental and sustainable practices?
    This session is on the record and webcast live.

    Speakers:
    • Gregory Barker, Minister of State for Climate Change of the United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Climate Change
    • Jamshyd N. Godrej, Chairman and Managing Director, Godrej & Boyce, India; Global Agenda Council on Anti-Corruption
    • Kris Gopalakrishnan, Executive Co-Chairman, Infosys; Vice-President, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), India; Global Agenda Council on Skills & Talent Mobility
    • Tulsi R. Tanti, Chairman and Managing Director, Suzlon Energy, India; Co-Chair of the India Economic Summit
    Moderator:
    Malini Mehra, Founder & Chief Executive, Centre for Social Markets; Young Global Leader; Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Consumption

    This session is webcast live at: http://wef.ch/live

    After the Forum, it will be uploaded to: http://youtube.com/worldeconomicforum

    CSM's Malini Mehra in the Guardian

    Businesses can make a difference in India
    – but not by feeding the consumerist psychology

    With the gap between rich and poor growing ever larger, Malini Mehra says it's time business took a more responsible role.

    Read the full article


    11th November 2011


    CSM takes part in Project Green Light

    Malini Mehra is adviser to Project Green Light; a global communications project focused on developing a new approach to the way we communicate about climate change and sustainability.

    Project Green Light will address how to reach out to consumers, suppliers, employees and politicians through a new way of communicating about sustainability. The members of the Project Green Light believe that solutions need to demonstrate the way forward through visual representations and not through more written reports. The project will deliver its final animation at Rio+20 in June 2012.

    For more details visit project green light

    CSM announce partnership with Karnataka Growers Ferderation
    Summary

    Today CSM and Karnataka Growers Association (KGF) sign a memorandum of understanding marking the beginning of a 3 year partnership to take leadership on the issue of climate change in India’s coffee sector. The complementary strengths of these two organisations will help to build a coherent and strategic programme that will begin to show significant positive impact on the sector, government policy and consumer behaviour.

    Press release here

    8th September 2011, Sakleshpur, Karnataka

    Young Global Leaders Indo-Pak cooperation initiative supported by CSM is featured in the press

    9th July 2011

    The Express Tribune, "Regional Cooperation: 'Climate change bigger threat than wars'".

    The News
    , "Disaster Management Can Bring Pakistan, India Closer"

    DAWN.com, "India should open doors to common visa seeker"

    Pakistan Today, "LUMS hosts YGL Indo-Pak Cooperation Initiative 2011"

    Business Recorder, "LUMS vice chancellor speaks about sustainable growth"

    Jang Newspaper (Urdu), read full article


    10th July 2011

    The News, "Pak media role in peace better than India's".

    Jang Newspaper (Urdu), read full article


    8th - 9th July 2011, LUMS, Lahore, Pakistan

    The High 2011 ultra-run on fitness & climate change
    Summary

    CSM partners up once again with India’s leading ultra-runner and sports doctor, Dr Rajat Chauhan, to bring together the themes of fitness and action on climate change with The High 2011 ultra-run in the Himalayas. The total ultra-distance run will be 222 km (137.64 miles). In 2011 shorter distances of 10k, half-marathon (13 miles) and a full marathon (26 miles) will also be offered on 14 August after the 72-hour Ultra-run beginning on 11th August. For more info please click on The High 2011 website.

    11-14 August 2011, Leh-Manali, The Himalayas
    CSM profiled in inaugural issue of IIM-B s technology magazine ,ClickD - Feb 2011
    Summary

    Click here to read a special feature with Pushpanath Krishnamurthy, currently on secondment to CSM from Oxfam, and CSM's Viva Kermani on climate change and technology.

    18 February 2011
    CSM in WRI's new World Resources Report
    Summary

    CSM's Malini Mehra contributes expert piece to World Resources Institute's new World Resources Report addressing climate change and governance issues.

    02 February 2011
    CSM launches its third annual edition of its popular directory
    Summary

    CSM launches its third annual edition of its popular directory - Who’s Who in Climate Change in India - 2010. Order Now

    31 January 2011
    Malini@Davos speaks up on corruption in India
    Summary

    On the NDTV Debate from Davos, Malini spoke up about citizen action to counter the cancer of corruption. She mentioned Janagraha's 'I paid a bribe.com' initiative which is one of numerous citizen efforts to foster zero-tolerance of corruption.

    29 Jan 2011
    CSM at Davos 2011
    Summary

    CSM's Malini Mehra at the World Economic Forum: 26-30 January 2011
    CSM's chief executive, Malini Mehra, will be participating in the
    World Economic Forum (Davos, Switzerland) as a civil society leader. She will attend several events with leaders from business, government, arts, culture and civil society. She will also speak on a panel on resource security chaired by former British prime minister Tony Blair and also featuring President Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia.

    26 January 2011
    Cancun Climate Talks: Mexico finds its mojo and India emerges a winner - Malini Mehra
    Summary

    For those looking for lessons in Indian diplomacy, Cancun hit a high-water mark. The reason was Jairam Ramesh. The Mexicans found their mojo and India finally emerged as a climate winner.

    The UN climate conference’s surprise outcome was not pre-determined. Just two weeks ago, most scribes had written off the prospects of an agreement - in keeping with a whole year of downplaying expectations. Copenhagen had handed Cancun a poisoned chalice and the bitter taste lingered.

    No-one wanted a repeat of the stratospheric expectations, incoherent political process, murky last-minute deals and crushing results. Both trust and nerves had been shredded.


    Cancun Climate Talks: Mexico finds its mojo and India emerges a winner

    20 December 2010
    Climate Action 2010
    Summary

    "Climate Action 2010 by Climate Action & UNEP launched in Cancun, a collection of interesting pieces on business action on climate change.
    “Why business is buzzing on climate change” by Malini Mehra, Founder of CSM, can be found on Page 118


    13 December 2010
    CSM’s Malini Mehra on BBC World Debate
    Summary

    CSM’s CEO, Malini Mehra, appeared on a BBC World Debate chaired by Nik Gowing on the theme of Natural Resource Scarcity. It was filmed at the World Economic Forum in Dubai and the other four panelists were:
    * Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia and current Foreign Minister
    * He Yafei, China's Ambassador in Geneva and Head of the Chinese Delegation at the climate talks in Copenhagen
    * Louise Arbour, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and head of International War Crimes Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia, presently President of the International Crisis Group
    * James Cameron, co-founder and Chair of Climate Change Capital
    The full 47-minute broadcast should be available on the BBC World website shortly.


    4-5 December 2010, BBC World TV

    Royal opening of Science Museum exhibition ‘Atmosphere: Exploring Climate science’
    Summary

    CSM’s Malini Mehra attended the Royal Opening by HRH Prince Charles of the UK Science Museum’s stunning new exhibition Atmosphere: Exploring Climate Science, in her role as as a member of the Advisory Board to the exhibition. December. For more information: www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

    3 December 2010, London

    CEO talk at IMD Business School, Switzerland
    Summary

    CSM’s Malini Mehra gave a talk on CSR in emerging markets to MBA students at Switzerland’s prestigious IMD Business School.

    24 November 2010, Lausanne

    CSM’s Hita Unnikrishnan at Hay Festival, Kerala
    Summary
    Hita Unnikrishnan was part of the British Council's International Climate Champions who gave a presentation on climate change at the Hay Festival held in Kerala

    12 - 14 November 2010, Kerala

    CSM's Malini Mehra joins Kimberly-Clark Advisory Board
    KCC Press Release
    21 October 2010

    PRESS RELEASE: Himalayas: Elite runners call for climate action
    The reason for doing this run is to bring to everyone's notice what is happening to the Himalayas, often called the 'Water Tower' or even 'Third Pole of the world', because these mountains contain the largest store of fresh-water in the world after the north and south poles.

    Press Release here.
    23 July 2010
    CSM adds to debate on post-Copenhagen action' - China Dialogue
    Yesterday, Thomas Hale and Scott Moore called for a “coalition of the willing” to drive emissions cuts as an alternative to the UN process. As climate talks continue in Bonn, a roundtable of experts responds.

    “Where the authors are mistaken is in assuming that the very nations in the G20 that conspired to sabotage Copenhagen will be in the front lines of creative action now.”

    Full article
    here.
    02 June 2010

    CSM's Pranav Sinha quoted - India coal: Reforming slowly
    FROM THE ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT
    Reform of the coal sector remains long overdue but halting.
    The recent federal budget, which was handed down at the end of February, raised a glimmer of expectation for India's coal sector, underlining the need for oversight by an independent regulator.
    Full article
    here.
    April 1, 2010

    CSM Organised Seminar: "India's role positive in countering climate change"
    India has been playing a very constructive role in countering global climate change since the Copenhagen summit on climate change, a top UK government official said.
    "India's approach to the whole problem has been positive and the country played a constructive role in the negotiations," First Secretary of Climate Change and Energy of British High Commission, Fergus Auld, said on the sidelines of a seminar organised by CII and Centre for Social Markets here yesterday.
    For more details click
    here.
    26 Mar 2010

    CSM's Malini Mehra speaks at the CII meet on Climate Change - The Hindu
    CII, Eastern Region, organised here on Thursday a panel discussion on how to strengthen NGO business partnership to cope with the challenges being thrown up by climate change, according to a CII-ER release. The keynote address was given by Mr Fergus Auld, First Secretary, Climate Change & Energy, British High Commission.
    For more details
    click here.
    25 Mar 2010

    Jenny Pinto, Eco-designer, Cosmopolis, interviewed this fortnight on Talking Climate Videos
    Jenny Pinto on 'Talking Climate'
    15 Mar 2010

    Srikantaiah Vishwanath, Director, Biome Environmental Services Pvt. Ltd interviewed this fortnight on 'Talking Climate'
    S. Vishwanath on 'Talking Climate'
    01 Mar 2010

    In Good Company screened at LKY School of Public Policy, Singapore
    CSM's film on corporate India and climate change, In Good Company, was screened at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore. The session was hosted by the Centre on Asia and Globalisation and included an online interaction before and after the screening, with CSM's founder and CEO, Malini Mehra.
    25 February 2010

    Amit Chugh, CEO, Cosmos Ignite, interviewed this week on 'Talking Climate'
    Amit Chugh on 'Talking Climate'
    08 Feb 2010

    Copenhagen - the Munich of our times?
    View Point - Malini Mehra
    02 Feb 2010

    CSM @ Davos

    CSM CEO and WEF Young Global Leader, Malini Mehra, was at the World Economic Forum at Davos this year participating in debates on climate change and sustainable consumption as vice-chair of WEF's Global Agenda Council on Sustainable Consumption.

    27-30 January 2010

    CSM Featured in Sanctuary magazine
    Sanctuary magazine
    Profile Images
    1 2
    Dec 2009

    Copenhagen - Munich of our times
    Full article here
    21 Dec 2009

    Copenhagen - the moment of truth arrives
    Full article here
    18 Dec 2009

    Why India deserves a fossil on glacier melt
    Full article here
    12 Dec 2009

    CSM in the News - BBC News
    Developing countries split over climate measures
    9 Dec 2009

    CSM in the News - Times of India
    Climate change: Can we weather it?
    8 Dec 2009

    CSM News Releases from COP 15
    CSM Statement - Opening of UN Climate talks in Copenhagen

    CSM Reporting Live from Copenhagen
    - India Climate Watch - Daily

    7 Dec 2009

    Hopehagen - Here comes India, with a target plan: Mailini Mehra
    Full article here

    5 Dec 2009

    CSM in the News - Kolkata Mirror.com
    Copenhagen Calling

    25 Nov 2009

    CSM in the News
    Quote: India negeert waarschuwing VN: ’Er is geen relatie tussen bevolkingsgroei en klimaatverandering’, Trouw

    21 Nov 2009

    CSM in the News - DFID-CSM-PANOS-South Asian Journo Meet

    Kolkata trying to convert waste into wealth - Kolkata Mirror

    Vision 2029: Scorching, Choking - Times of India

    Kolkata to convert waste into wealth: Mayor - ILoveKolkata

    17 Nov 2009


     

    CSM in the News - Indian Express
    The Uses Of Heresy - Bittu Sahgal & Malini Mehra

    06 Nov 2009
    Full article here

    CSM in the News - Tehelka
    The Major Constraint On Climate Change Is Not Politics , It Is Time - Malini Mehra & Bittu Sahgal

    21 Oct 2009
    Full article here

    CSM in the News

    India's headline-grabbing negotiator brings new pragmatism to table

    ...Jairam Ramesh is doing is what a responsible politician should have done 10 years ago, which is to see the future," said Malini Mehra, founder of the Centre for Social Markets, which advocates stronger action on global warming. "He has fundamentally...
    Sep 23 2009, By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi, Financial Times

    23 Sep 2009
    Full article here

    Press Release - Leaders told ‘Come together in fight for planet’

    22
    Sep 2009
    Press release

    Press Release - Global Climate Wake-up Call

    19 Sep 2009

    Press release

    INVITATION: India’s first Green Jobs Fair

    Dear Colleagues,

    CSM is proud to partner with Sierra Club, The Climate Project and others to promote India’s first Green Jobs Fair in New Delhi from 24-26 September 2009.

    With concerns about the global economy and climate change dominating political agendas, this is the time to invest in a green economic renewal programme. Globally, green markets are projected to double from $1.4 trillion today to $2.7 trillion by 2020.

    The jobs dividend potential is huge. Where is India on this?

    With millions entering the job market each year, and one of the most youthful populations in the world, what is the green jobs potential for today’s job seeker? And how can the market grow in years to come?

    To answer these and more questions come to India’s first Green Jobs fair:


    GREEN JOBS FAIR
    Thursday 24th – Saturday 26th September 2009
    9am – 6pm
    India Habitat Centre, New Delhi


    Benefits: Meet organisations that offer exciting careers in the sustainability sector. Hear from prominent personalities who have developed sustainable careers. Engage with policy makers & educators to influence the choices of tomorrow.

    Website: www.habitatsummit.org/greenjobs.asp
    Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    Tel: +91-22 3222 3320

    The Fair will include an exhibitor space, featuring organizations working to promote the green economy, exciting speakers who have built careers on sustainability, and live demonstrations on how people around India are building their own "green" products.
    • To learn more about the exhibitors, please
    click here
    • For details on the speaker schedule, please click here

    See you at the Green Jobs Fair!


    16 Sep 2009

    Malini Mehra featured on Business Standard - Kanika Datta

    India Inc has been passive and reactive on climate change. Climate Challenge India, a climate change mobilisation effort by Bangalore-based NGO Center for Social Markets (CSM) has produced a film titled In Good Company: Corporate India and the Climate Challenge that partly tries to answer the question but also raises some red flags on the issue. The 54-minute film succinctly explores the key issues surrounding the climate change debate but mostly focuses on how businesses view the agenda and what they are doing. The “usual suspects” are to be found – ITC’s Yogi Deveshwar, Tata group’s J J Irani, Mahindra’s Anand Mahindra, Godrej group’s Jamshyd Godrej – but so are a host of smaller eco-preneurs with inspirational stories.

    26 Aug 2009
    For more information here.
    CSM's Malini Mehra is on the advisory board of Business & Human Rights Recource Centre - A UN Initiative

    The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre tracks the human rights impacts (positive & negative) of 4500 companies in over 180 countries. Issues include discrimination, labour rights, security & conflict zones, killings, torture, displacement, environmental abuses affecting human health, access to medicines, poverty and development.


    For more information, click here.

  • Indian's say 'Prime Minister Singh stand up for 2 degrees at G8!

    8 July 2009
    Press Release
    Petition
    Photo

    CSM supports Avaaz action on Indian PM
    and 2 degrees target

    8 July 2009
    For more information click here

  • CSM issues call to Indian PM to support women's leadership on climate

    6 July 2009
    Letter to PM
  • Climate Challenge India - Now on Twitter!

    04 July 2009
    Follow Indiaclimate on twitter for the lastest climate action news in India. Click here to go to CCI

    CSM CEO @ Global Humanitarian Forum

    23-24 June 2009, Geneva
    CSM’s Malini Mehra spoke at the Global Humanitarian Forum on ‘Climate change and the impacts on poor women’. Other panelists included HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, UN Messenger of Peace; Chairperson, International Humanitarian City; Barbara Stocking, Chief Executive, Oxfam GB; M.S. Swaminathan, Chairman, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation; and Minister Sherry Ayittey, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Ghana. Moderator: Cyba Audi, Al Arabiya/MBC

    Session Report

    Climate-Women session podcast

    Global Humanitarian Forum
  • Launched! Climate Challenge India Portal
    18 June 2009
    Click here to go to CCI
  • CSM partner Sierra Club announces green livelihoods award in India
    10 June 2009
    Press Release
  • CSM @ World Business Summit on Climate Change
    24-26 May 2009, Copenhagen
    CSM's Malini Mehra and Viva Kermani represented the organisation at the WBSCC in Copenhagen and launched the film 'In Good Company' profiling corporate climate leadership in India.
    WBSCC
  • CSM CEO @ Hay Festival
    21 May 2009, Hay-on-Wye, Wales
    CSM's Malini Mehra spoke on the opening day of the celebrated literary festival with fellow panelists including Anthony Giddens, Minister Jane Davidson and Duncan Mackay.
    Hay Festival
  • CSM launches first edition of 'India Climate Watch - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations
    March 2009
    Click here for ICW bulletin
  • CSM founder & CEO, Malini Mehra was today honoured by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader

    25 February, Geneva
    Click here for link
  • '2009 - Why it's time to make history'
    CSM CEO blogs on COP15 website
    30 January 2009

    Click here for link
  • CSM CEO @ State of the World 2009 Launch
    15 January, 2009
    Washington DC

    View launch video
  • India's Green Horizons
    Cover story for Green Futures magazine
    January 2009
    Link to story
  • CSM CEO @ Copenhagen Climate Council
    13 November 2008, The Climate Community
    Read here
  • India has more than a billion good reasons to show leadership
    22 April 2008, The Economics Times
    Click here for download
  • CSM at Fabian Society 'Change the World' conference with UK Environment Secretary
    19 January 2008, Fabian Society
    Click here for link

 

 

Publications

CSM's publications include the following:

Coffee to Go ? The vital role of coffee towards ecosystem services and livelihoods
October 2012

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Made in Bangalore: How Social Enterprise is Transforming Business-As-Usual
November 2011

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South Africa Climate Change Policy Brief
February 2010

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India Climate Change Policy Brief
February 2010

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China Climate Change Policy Brief
February 2010

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Brazil Climate Change Policy Brief
February 2010

 

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Disaster Management And Climate Change
Indian policy frameworks and challenges


Click here for details

  

'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 7

October 2009
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'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 6

September 2009
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'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 5

August 2009
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'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 4
July 2009
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'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 3
June 2009
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'India Climate Watch' - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations- Issue 2
April-May 2009
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ICWCSM launches first edition of 'India Climate Watch - spotlight on India and the climate negotiations
March 2009
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CSM launched bumper edition of 'Who's Who in Climate Change in India' at UN Climate Talks
9 December 2008
United Nations conference on climate change
Poznan, Poland

Invitation & Information Flyer
 
Dalits and the Responsible Corporation – A Resource Guide (2008)
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New CSM report - INDIA Renewable Energy Trends
'INDIA Renewable Energy Trends'
Launched
9 July 2008
News Release
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'Who's Who in Climate Change in India'
Pilot launched at Al Gore training in Delhi
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pamphlet

Climate Change - Why India needs to take Leadership

To mark the 60th anniversary of India’s Independence, the Centre for Social Markets (CSM) publishes a powerful new pamphlet calling for enlightened leadership on climate change.
Details...
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Who's Who in CSR in India - A Resource Guide 2006
Print copies are available for purchase


Price:Rs 350 (for purchase within India) GBP 25.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included

 
Who's Who in CSR in India - A Resource Guide 2004
Print copies are available for purchase
Price:
Rs 350 (for purchase within India) GBP 25.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included
 

  • Report of CSM's 4th Annual Conference on Corporate Citizenship : Focus on Sustainable Finance and Investnent
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Business & Economic Development
    Pharmaceutical Sector Report from AccountAbility (to be published shortly)
    Details...
  • Business & Economic Development
    Financial Sector Report from AccountAbility (to be published shortly) Details...
  • Report of National Conference on British Asians & Corporate Citizenship
    15 Oct 2003, Institute of Directors (IOD), London UK
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Report of CSM's 3rd Annual Conference on Corporate Citizenship : Focus on Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprises (SMEs)
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Report titled Digital Dividends? An Exploration of Corporate Responsibility in the ICT Sector
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Report of CSM's 2nd Annual Conference on Corporate Citizenship : Focus on Practice and Tools
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Report on Corporate Governance: Issues for Managers
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.
  • Report of CSM's 1st Annual Conference on Corporate Citizenship: Meeting the Challenges
    Print copies are available for purchase
    Price:
    Rs 250 (for purchase within India) GBP 20.00 (for purchase outside India) - postage & packing not included.