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When we think about cattle ranching in Brazil, we usually donÕt tend to relate it to sustainability. The Pasto Vivo project serves to demonstrate it can be done differently, and will create knowledge and raise awareness on how integrating regenerative … Learn More

In South Korea, SUEZ is installing a zero-liquid-discharge system at one of the countryÕs biggest power plants. The solution will enable the plant to reuse 100% of its wastewater, eliminating discharge into the natural environment and protecting the sensitive coastal … Learn More

The Cauvery delta, located at the mouth of the 80,000 sq. km Cauvery river basin, lies at the epicentre of a 150 year long inter-state dispute between the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Today, the Cauvery delta is under … Learn More

The world�s rainforests are being destroyed at an increasingly rapid rate. To put it into context, an area the size of a football pitch disappears every second - that�s over 58 million square miles of forest lost every year. Even … Learn More

India's largest single-location HSAT based solar power project Adani’s Solar PV plant in Bathinda is India’s largest single-axis tracker-based solar PV project. Spread over 641 acres of land, the plant features power evacuation through 132 kV double circuit transmission lines … Learn More

One of the World's Largest single location solar power project was commissioned by the Adani Group at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. It spans a vast area of 2,500 acres, equivalent to about … Learn More

Enhancing the resilience of vulnerable communities in Odisha through groundwater recharge and solar micro irrigation. The Indian state of Odisha is highly vulnerable to climate change due to high monsoon variability. This has caused drought and flood affecting the food … Learn More

BEF works to identify a unique category of Water Projects that can meet critical corporate objectives for volumetric water stewardship in Southern California. Companies seek collective impact, cost-effective volumetric benefits, turn-key outcomes with near-term implementation, long-term benefits, and catalytic water … Learn More

Implementation of specific pilot measures in the Indian cities of Kochi (Kerala), Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) and Bhubaneshwar (Orissa) to anchor climate-friendly solutions in urban management in the areas of urban green planning, “green buildings“ (=improvement of climate and environmental impacts … Learn More

Improving the provision of water services by increasing the climate resilience of vulnerable coniferous forests Honduras ranks first on a list of the countries most affected by negative impacts from extreme climate-related events over the last two decades. This project … Learn More