"I work hard, want quick results and deserve success," says 35 year old entrepreneur Alicia. But her customers don't bother to see her brand the way she sees it. They don't seem to agree that her brand message is worth their time. The result is an obvious downward spiral for Alicia and many like her in varied professions. Ever wondered why some brands make it big and some fail miserably? Is it always about the product/ service or is there something more to it ? Are marketing techniques of the yesterday any bit relevant today? Glaring, in-your-face messages are passé...even offensive to your clients/ customers. 'Conventional ways are dead'. An innovative way out is using 'stories' to inflate your brand. Stories are the power that have changed fortunes of many a politici
The Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Shri Sanwar Lal Jat addressing at the workshop on Palaeochannels :Geological Evolution and Ground Water Prospects in New Delhi on June 16, 2016. The Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR) organised a day long workshop on Palaeochannels - Evolution and ground Water Prospects to promote wide-ranging discussions on palaeochannels in India and collate available information and research outputs. The key organizer of the even was the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB), which is the principal agency under the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation for managing India's ground water resource. The Workshop was inaugurated by Union Minister for State for Water Resources, River
It is indeed rightly said that childhood is a magic period! It is a time when when the child's imagination has no limits and her thinking is most beautiful. Given anything to make something creative out of anything, she will without doubt come out with some or the other adorable souvenir! This is what was experienced by the members and volunteers of the Delhi Greens 'Waste to Magic' project team while conducting a workshop at the Bal Bharti Public School, Pitampura. The Waste to Magic workshop turned out to be (what is usually is) an exciting and interactive exchange of concerns and ideas about creative ways of reducing, reusing and recycling our 'waste'. Its conclusion was the very redefinition of the word 'waste', from something that is not needed and should be discarded to something...
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) cordially invite all interested to a Workshop on Environment and Histories! The linkages between environments and histories may seem self-evident but require careful thought and rigour. How human actions do or do not transform environments for better or for worse is a central issue of our times. Yet, the past is critical not only to understand the changing nature of contending visions of the future but to assess how, why and where specific choices are made about interventions. A discussion of the relations between ecology and history can help do much more than shed light on nature's pasts. The papers to be presented will help highlight different facets and issues. For instance, a dialogue across what are often sharp dividing lines of anc
A two days stakeholder consultation to develop the framework for strengthening biodiversity conservation programs and initiating action for assessing the economic value of India’s natural capital is ongoing right now. It aims to recognize, demonstrate, capture and optimize the value of biodiversity and ecosystem service and targets policy actions at national and state levels, improvements in business assessments and disclosure, and improved citizen awareness of the issues involved. The consultations is expected to cover subjects like financing biodiversity in India, introduction of The Economic of Ecosystem and Biodiversity (TEEB) framework and its relevance for business and NGOs, bring forth climate change concerns with respect to biodiversity conservation and appl
i-dream is an environment education initiative set up in October, 2008 working in the field of environment education and training for schools/colleges, energy auditing & carbon footprint calculation and manufacturing of products made from recycled/handmade paper. i-dream invites applications for the following positions under its ongoing project e-waste collection project specifically designed for school students. Project Coordinator: The project coordinator would be responsible for contacting schools, coordinate and hold the workshops in schools and manage setting up of and collection of e-waste recycling bin from the schools. The project is of three months duration from October to December, 2010. The role may be extended beyond three months depending upon the performance of ...
Advit Foundation is a non government development organization established in 2004 for environment conservation and livelihood enhancement. Delhi Greens had previously partnered with Advit Foundation for hosting the Energy Fair 2010. Now, Advit Foundation calls for a day long awareness programme on Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency. The programme is designed to give an insight on the need to conserve energy, subsides available from the government, the available technology options, information sharing and the way forward. Date: 22 May, 2010 Time: 9.30 am to 5.00 pm Venue: Club Patio, South City - I, Gurgaon The programme will largely include, but not limited to: Renewable energy for societies, flats, homes & apartments Energy efficiency in buildings, homes and ...
CMS Academy of Communication & Convergence Studies in collaboration with Moving Images invite you to Above 10,000: A high altitude film making workshop. A workshop that blends hand-on training of basic film making technique with core environmental issues, conducted at altitudes ranging from 10,000 ft to 14,000 ft in the Himalayas. The training will be conducted by a team of award winning film makers with experience in high altitude film making. For many of us, exposure to the environment is limited to a few packaged tours. It means going to a National Park or hill station or on a river rafting expedition. Nothing wrong with that! If you want to go beyond being a mere urban tourist to becoming a genuine naturalist, if you long to capture and document worlds that can’t fit
EMPower was initiated in 2005 by the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Social Development together with the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). New Delhi witnessed the EMPower Workshop on large scale solar power in Asia on April 26 & 27, 2010 at the Taj Hotel. Inaugurated by Honourable Minister for New & Renewable Energy, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, the two days workshop focused on Exploring and Motivating Sustainable Power markets. Speaking on the occasion Dr Abdullah said, “The Govt of India realizes the fact that India needs to catch on fast on renewable energy and solar resources are one of those which needs to be capitalized in a big way.” Stressing on the goals of the National Solar Mission, Dr Abdullah said,
The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) in collaboration with Shanthigiri Research Foundation, Delhi Division invites concerned citizens for a two-day National Workshop on “Sustainable Development: Building Alternatives” at the Auditorium, NMML on 21-22 April 2010. Date: 21st and 22nd April, 2010 Time: 9.30 am onwards Venue: Auditorium, Teen Murti House, Teen Murti Lane, New Delhi - 110011 The underlying objective of the conference is to bring together on a common platform the scientists, social scientists, policy makers, government institutions, NGOs and activists engaged in developing environment friendly technologies and methods in the areas of agriculture, water harvesting, transportation and energy with a view to provide wide dissemination of innovative tec