Eco-efficiency - A path to profitability

Concordia University's Paul Shrivastava is a champion of eco-efficiency. That's where business enterprises learn to make money by reducing their ecological footprints. It is also, he argues, the only profitable path left open to them.

Vous devez avoir la dernière version de Flash Player installée.



Please comment on this article

Note: By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that Radio Canada International has the right to reproduce, broadcast, and publicize comments, in whole or in part, in any manner whatsoever. Please note that Radio Canada International does not endorse any of the views posted. Your comments will be pre-moderated and published if they meet RCI's Netiquette. Netiquette

Answer *
First name *
Last name *
Email *
City *
Visual confirmation *
Fields with * are mandatory.


Senator Asha Seth, the first female Indo-Canadian Senator


Meet Dr. Asha Seth, an obstetrician and gynecologist from Toronto, who was appointed to the Senate on January 6th this year, making her the country’s first female Indo-Canadian Senator....

Harvest festival to fight female foeticide


Lohri is a harvest festival that takes place in the winter. It traditionally celebrates the winter and male children, but a group of young women in Toronto are aiming to change that with an event...

Canadian brings food storage solutions to India


India may be an economic powerhouse, but starvation and malnutrition are still major issues in the country. It's not that India cannot produce enough food to feed its significant population, but a...

Book explores love murder case


In June 2000, Jassi Sidhu, from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, was murdered in India, allegedly for marrying someone her family deemed unworthy. Now Fabian Dawson, who broke Jassi's story in Canada,...

Why the free trade agreement with India matters for Canada


Last week, Canada's Minister of International Trade, Ed Fast, was in India for the third round of the Canada-India free trade negotiations. Peter Sutherland, a former Canadian High Commissioner to...

Suffering from Tourette's Syndrome as an Indo-Canadian


Tourette's Syndrome is a neurological disorder which causes involuntary verbal and physical tics that can be quite shocking to others. Columnist Rashi Khilnani spoke with Mandeep Sanghera, about the...

Innovation key to survival for Quebec City’s tiny Indo-Canadian community


Innovation key to survival for Quebec City’s tiny Indo-Canadian community: Keeping Indian culture alive where there is a small Indian community is a challenge, according to Girish Shah, a...

South Asian Canadian health activist succumbs to cancer


Dr. Abhijit Guha, a prominent South Asian Canadian health activist, died of cancer last week. Dr. Guha was a co-founder of South Asians for Life, which encourages those of South Asian origin to get...

First Sikh commander of Canadian regiment honours fallen friends by living life to the fullest


Lt.-Col. Harjit Singh Sajjan is the Commanding Officer of the British Columbia Regiment. He's served Canada overseas in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Afghanistan, winning commendations for his work. He's...

Canada and India inch closer to a free trade deal


Ed Fast, Canada's Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Getaway, is currently on a week-long mission to India. He speaks to Marc Montgomery from Mumbai about the...

All columns



The Indo-Canadian Report is heard Wednesdays to Fridays across India at 7:10am and 9:10pm (Delhi...

*RCI is not responsible for any external content