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September 14, 2017
Euromonitor International’s India Natural Resources Country Briefing focuses on a nation that is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. Economic growth, clubbed with rising per capita energy consumption, has increased the demand for energy in the country. In view of the above, the country’s draft National Energy Policy (NEP) aims at providing access to energy at affordable prices, improving energy security and independence, and promoting greater sustainability and […]
March 21, 2017
Leading global cosmetics companies are turning to a full spectrum of promising antipollution ingredients, ranging from plant extracts, vitamins or antioxidant complexes, through ingredients that simply create a physical barrier between the skin and the pollutants, to promising ingredients with metal chelating or magnetic properties that are claimed to prevent the pollutant from interacting with […]
March 14, 2017
Antipollution cosmetics, a well-established trend in Asia Pacific due to the dangerous levels of air pollution, is now going global, driven by a growing consumer desire for a healthy look. Western consumers are increasingly looking for cosmetics with benefits that not only fight the signs of ageing but also protect against pollutants. Growing urban pollution […]
November 12, 2016
Congestion and air pollution have long been the source of countless problems in urban societies – from deterring investment to increasing the occurrence of chronic respiratory ailments. In an age synonymous with rapid technological innovation, smart urban solutions are laying the foundation for new mobility options. Many developed cities are aiming to transform their traditional […]
September 11, 2016
Antipollution cosmetics, a well-established trend in Asia Pacific due to the dangerous levels of air pollution, is now going global, driven by a growing consumer desire for a healthy look. Western consumers are increasingly looking for cosmetics with benefits that not only fight the signs of ageing but also protect against pollutants. Growing urban pollution […]
April 6, 2016
Four years after Unilever pioneered the phasing out of plastic microbeads in 2012 in response to increasing environmental concerns about pollution of the ocean, other global players are making a voluntary commitment to get rid of them in the short-term.

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