What does it take to make us change our ways with regard to climate change? The last major climate change summit in Copenhagen in 2009 ended in failure, with few consequences for those present. But temperatures are rising and extreme weather patterns have got worse. When does it become politically worth it to enforce change? ...
This interview will clean your mind about the soil that feeds the world. Read what Soil Experts say on the occasion of GlobalSoil Week 2015
We must combine tradition and new techniques, technology transfers could be both ways : north to south and south to north. My speech in Italy, Milan
I was interviewed by French Journalist when President Obama Visited New Delhi. Many expected that India would announce the year its emissions will peak-as was done by China when Obama visited Bejing earlier. Here is brief interview on page 4 of Ouest France.
100 years back 9th January 1915 Mahatma Gandhi returned to India to unleash it from the British Rule, Media India group interviewed me, as one of the Non-Resident Indian,
The world leaders know that UN is the only show in the town, only multilateral platform to address the global and regional concerns. UN is indispensible when it comes to handling multitude of crisis that are interlinked. Interview given by Rajendra Shende, Chairman TERRE Policy Centre to a newspaper in India, 2014.
Dr. Paul Newman, Chief Scientist for Atmospheric Sciences Earth Sciences Division of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, USA answered in cyber space key questions of Rajendra Shende, Chairman TERRE.
Navi Radjou , author of the best seller ‘ Jugaad Innovation’, Silicon Valley strategist and fellow at, University of Cambridge, and a World Economic Forum faculty member, talks to me ,
Will shortages of energy, materials, food, and water put the brakes on global growth? Far from it. The authors of the new book Resource Revolution argue that high resource prices are spurring innovations powerful enough to unlock a new phase of global economic growth.