The coming year will present an opportunity for companies to align efforts around intergovernmental initiatives such as COP21. Here are some sustainability trends to look out for in 2017
We will also strengthen our efforts to sensitize our eco system – employees, shareholders, vendors and consumers – towards environment conservation.
Various Agro Based Livelihood programmes implemented with partial government funding and in collaboration with government institutions have changed lives of many local farmers and their families. This is certainly going to help better adaption to climate changes.
The challenges that the world faces today cannot be tackled by any one entity alone. Therefore, we have always believed in working together through multi-stakeholder partnerships with governments, civil society, academia, peer group companies and citizens
It is quite likely that new legislations will be in place to ensure that corporates fall in line with the more stringent regulations on sustainability. It goes without saying corporates and governments have to work together to achieve the ambitious goals announced in Paris.
Sustain Efforts to Identify Areas and Communities Where We Can Affect Our Renewable Energy/Micro Grid Projects for Community Use
Focus will be on renewable energy especially solar, microgrids for community use.
Innovative activities can be either strategic (doing both social good and increase shareholder value) or structural (doing only social good). Strategic actions are valuable to corporations. Structural actions tend to increase costs or reduce revenue and cannot succeed unless all other companies in the industry follow suit.
Trust, Materiality and Responsibility can be a powerful combination in creating power brands of the 21st century. By making these core, CSR as we know it can actually become far more than lip service.
In addition to creating awareness on waste segregation at source, Cummins engineers launched a Community Impact Six Sigma Project and using analysis- led-design developed a low-cost push-cart with better ergonomics.
In 2014 the results of our CSR ranking study (www.responsiblefuture.in) made interesting reading with strong evidence that the journey towards business transformation has begun …
Basic Sanitation is one of the goals of United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Many Indian companies are trying to meet these goals through their CSR initiatives. The Government of India has come up with some initiatives like Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, and the recent Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to address sanitation challenges.
Corporate India has seen in the last decade that the path towards growth is not linear. Constant expansion also means a constant hunt for …
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