To Madhuraj, the camera is a third eye. His Water Plunder exposes the large-scale exploitation of drinking water by MNCs and the resistance put up by the village communities against this, notes K A Antony

In the last decade, rising and volatile energy prices coupled with increasing concern about climate change and growing support for action on energy and environmental issues has driven a surge of corporate environmental commitments. Energy efficiency has emerged as a key component of these commitments.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Cola major Pepsico today denied the charge that its plant in Pudussery in Palakkad district has been causing depletion of ground water in the arid area by over extraction of water.

State Assembly recommends imposition of curbs on extraction of water by the plant.

Taking a serious note of the alleged exploitation of groundwater by Pepsi, a committee of the Kerala Assembly today recommended imposition of curbs on extraction of water by the multinational cola giant

We have advocated for school settings to be made as conducive to promote health of students this will serve as an important part of that mission.

The Left Government in Kerala seems to be bracing for another war on softdrink giants Pepsico and Coca-Cola. An Assembly panel, constituted to look into the ground water exploitation by the Pepsico bottling plant at Pudussery in Palakkad on Wednesday submitted the report in the House, suggesting that drawing of water should be cut drastically from seven lakh litres a day to 2.34 lakh litres.

Extreme weather events and natural disasters such as drought or floods can have a devastating impact on food security as well as the social and economic development of rural households. In recent years, an increasing number of initiatives have tested weather index-based insurance to help manage these risks in agriculture.

If you care about the environment, you may want to show that in the way you spend your money. These decisions could help steer us towards a truly green economy - but only if consumers and investors have a good idea of which companies have genuinely minimised their impact on the environment.

Not Willing To Slow Down Production During Peak Demand Months Of Summer, Cos Place Order For Delivery Up To June

UNDETERRED by 30-year-high world market prices, beverage companies Coca-Cola & PepsiCo are scrambling to buy sugar overseas to make sure they are not compelled to slow down bottling lines during the peak demand months of summer.

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PEPSICO on Wednesday discussed plans to widen its product portfolio in India and build the brand