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Environment, Social, and Governance are big catalysts for CSR

A strong Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategy is a force multiplier. Organizations must integrate their sustainability efforts into a core CSR and transformation agenda strategy. Like other countries globally, India is experiencing the challenge of large development, and the discourse around environment, social impact, and governance issues is increasing.

Sustainability is the Core of Corporate Social Responsibility

As a child, all of us have been taught by our parents or grandparents at home that sustainability is based on a simple principle that everything we need for our survival and well-being depends, directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. Once we grow as adults and begin to look

The Global Eye on Climate Change at COP28

Dubai, United Arab Emirates The COP 28, or the 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the UNFCCC, held from 30 November until 12 December 2023, was recently concluded in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It would be appropriate to say that in this decisive decade of climate

Pollution: The Global Pandemic!

With the accent on a clean India and a cleaner environment, understanding pollution and its global impact assumes a deep significance. Quite simply put, the introduction of harmful materials into the environment is broadly termed as pollutants. One example of natural pollutants over which we have no or limited control

Completing 9 years of a pivotal Cleanliness Drive

The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan! The 2nd of October 2014 was a momentous one for India, as PM Narendra Modi officially launched India’s largest cleanliness mission at Rajghat, New Delhi. This mammoth drive – The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan- the largest to date, recorded three million government employees, students, and citizens from

Harnessing the power of CSR for transformative climate action

A study by climate scientists has revealed that over the past 200 years, global warming can largely be attributed to human beings. A comparison of the Earth’s surface temperature before the industrial revolution in the late 1800s and what it is now shows that currently it is 1.1°C warmer. It

India’s historical global yoga feat

The 9th International Day of Yoga created more than just a Guinness world record for India. It registered India’s global entry into the corridors of nations bestowing the unique gift of emotional, mental, spiritual and physical wellbeing through the power of yoga! It was a matter of great pride for

Redefining CSR in Nation-Building

India is at the cusp of emerging as a global economic superpower, with government policies and programs redefining this dynamic nation’s growth. It has set global benchmarks in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), that will determine businesses globally would redefine their work and contribution to National Building. A national interest and






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