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Composting – Even Jerks Can Save the World

Composting! Yes, I’m talking about that messy thing in which we – the world’s most respected sophisticates – are asked to indulge in gooey things like kitchen waste. The world can’t get more infra-dig, can it? Agreed, composting is not for everyone. If you are a couch potato who thinks messing around with soil and stuff of that sort […]

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Cow Urine as Organic Pesticide – a Case Close to Home

My trip yesterday to my village Mathuramangalam, a really small hamlet some 50 Kms outside of Chennai, was to attend a family function. As with many Indian villages, mine is also centered around a temple – in this case, a 1000-year old Vaishnavite temple. The village is the birthplace of Embar, a cousin of the revered Saint Ramanuja […]

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Does Organic, Eco-friendly Apparel for Babies and Infants Present Stronger Business Case?

While I mostly research and write on renewable energy, the overall domain of cleantech is equally interesting to me, and some of my reading and explorations are into sustainable products and materials. In this context, I have been looking at the eco-friendly and sustainable products domain for quite a while. What I discovered was that […]

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Organic Home Textiles – an emerging trend in textiles

While I mainly operate in the renewable energy space, other related domains within sustainability is of significant interest to me. One of the areas that I have been following is the use of organic produce in a wide range of areas. We all are aware of the use of organic raw materials for food, and […]

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