Bringing the Energy to India


AECOM's Connected Cities blog charts the journey of three young AECOM engineers participating in Pollinate Energy's Young Professionals Program in Bangalore, India. 

“Stepping out of the airport, the humidity hits. We’re here!” begins Rosanna Sanderson, an environmental engineer based in AECOM's Brisbane, Australia, office, as she discusses the group's first day on site.

Big, Beautiful Bangalore!


"Namaskara, from Bangalore!" begins Johannes Wilson — an engineering geologist based in AECOM’s Christchurch, New Zealand, office — as he greets the many blog readers following his volunteer efforts in Bangalore, India. For more than a week, Johannes has been working alongside two other AECOM employees to deliver clean energy solutions to India’s poor as part of Pollinate Energy’s Young Professionals Program.

Managing Water in Bangalore


GE’s John F. Welch Technology Center in Bangalore, India, is the company’s largest integrated, multidisciplinary research and development site of its kind. The site has 4,500 full-time employees who help advance understanding on a wide range of materials technology and provide fresh analysis to support products in our Oil and Gas, Power and Water, Aviation, Transportation, Home and Business Solutions and Healthcare businesses.

Weaving Gender Equality Into the Garment Sector in India


A project led by Social Accountability International has ​ been working, over the last three years, to tip the balance in favor of women who work in the ready-made garment sector in India. The focus of the project has been on three main manufacturing cities: Bangalore, New Delhi and Tirupur.

Deadline Fast Approaching for MBA Social Entrepreneurship Journey in India

Top Global MBA Students Now Eligible for Social Entrepreneurship Programme in India
Press Release

MUMBAI, India, October 12, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Having connected more than 200 global leaders with India’s most inspiring social entrepreneurs, Journeys For Change is launching its first programme exclusively for MBA students. The fifteen top MBA students from around the world who are selected for this programme will spend 28 December 2012 - 4 January 2013 engaging with award-winning social enterprises- for and nonprofit organisations- in Bangalore and Mumbai, India.


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