Jute Stories

Dr Neelam Gupta Achiever

Jute for Post-COVID Green Recovery

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/05092020/1117/JS-28 Date: 05-09-2020 | Time: 11:17 am

Jute can be a major contributor in the world's plan of Green Recovery. Some decision-makers recognize this imperative. Switching back to natural plant fibres like Jute will help heal our planet. The world could avoid 0.3 C of global warming by the middle of the century if governments invest in a strong “green recovery” from coronavirus.

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Debasish Roy Achiever

Jute is one major green solution to nurture the Blue Planet

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/31082020/1535/JS-27 Date: 31-08-2020 | Time: 15:35 pm

Jute is an all-round win-win solution. It is a natural fibre, which is strong enough to hold on to anything and preserve anything that is packed with it. It decays and mixes into the earth as compost and also employs farmers and jute mill workers for the long term.

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Abeer Ray Contributor

Plastic versus Paper versus Cotton versus Jute: Choosing Shopping Bags Wisely

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/30082020/0849/JS-26 Date: 30-08-2020 | Time: 08:49 am

Jute plants absorb large quantities of carbon dioxide, thus, lessening carbon footprint. Preferring jute over others solves the problem of plastic litter dump with zero effect on ecology.

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Reshma Keswani Contributor

Say YES to jute bags and NO to plastic ones

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/29082020/1445/JS-25 Date: 29-08-2020 | Time: 14:45 pm

Now is the time for us to take positive action and we can start by taking a small step – opting for environmental-friendly products. The time has come to avoid plastic and go for jute.

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Reshma Keswani Contributor

Go Green: Shun single-use plastic for jute

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/27082020/1330/JS-24 Date: 27-08-2020 | Time: 13:30 pm

Now is the time for us to take a pledge to save the environment by replacing single-use plastics with other eco-friendly options – with jute topping the list because of its energy-efficient and cost-efficient aspects.

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Reshma Keswani Contributor

Jute: the different varieties you can avail for a greener future

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/27082020/1325/JS-23 Date: 27-08-2020 | Time: 13:25 pm

After all, taking care of our environment calls for a collective effort and if we fail in our duties any longer, the price will be only for us to pay.

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Priyanka Priya Contributor

Jute: An Epitome Of Sustainability

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/21082020/2156/JS-22 Date: 21-08-2020 | Time: 21:56 pm

A global jute hub connecting the world to fulfill all their jute based needs hence adding social value by liaising with the government, promoting industry-based research, product development, trade and public relations powered by the Indian Jute Mills Association building on to its authenticity.

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Priyanka Priya Contributor

Countless advantages from jute, the fibre of the future

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/21082020/2145/JS-21 Date: 21-08-2020 | Time: 21:45 pm

The highly biodegradable and cleansing qualities and the ability for fast production and capacity to generate volumes of cellulose have made jute a favourite cash-crop for ages.

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Arpita Das Gupta Contributor

Jute: The Rising Star of Textiles, Construction, Road Matter, Dams, Agri

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/03082020/2255/JS-20 Date: 03-08-2020 | Time: 22:55 pm

Though there are many historical documents which state that people used jute fabric for clothing, still most people associate jute only with rope-making and matting.

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Abeer Ray Contributor

Save the Environment; bet on Jute Wrapping the Blue Planet

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/03082020/1807/JS-19 Date: 03-08-2020 | Time: 18:07 pm

Continued production of plastic takes a heavy toll on natural resources apart from getting into our system and affecting health adversely. Easy availability of jute due to its huge production volume in India and versatility makes it one of the most prized possessions.

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Abeer Ray Contributor

Replacing Leaching Plastic Food Packing with Jute for Greater Food Safety

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/03082020/1803/JS-18 Date: 03-08-2020 | Time: 18:03 pm

Jute crops mature in less than six months, which means farmers gain from a large crop yield as the land is under cultivation for most of the year. The same volume of cotton or wood fibre production involves a greater area of land and increased time to reach maturity and be ready for use.

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Abeer Ray Contributor

Prime Minister Modi Hails Jute as India’s Green Solution for the Earth

S. No.: IJMA/FOI/03082020/1751/JS-17 Date: 03-08-2020 | Time: 17:51 pm

The recent announcement of collateral-free loans to all MSMEs guaranteed by the Center means that the lagging jute industries can now avail the loan benefits to renew their businesses under the government’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan” scheme. Moreover, capping of the interest rates and waiver of guarantee fees add to how the MSMEs in India can now benefit.

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