ACC Releases Sustainable Development Report

ACC which began its sustainability communication as early as 2007, recently released its 11th Sustainable Development (SD) Report themed 'Shaping a Sustainable Future' which is available on its website www.acclimited.com. Prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards: Comprehensive option, it also aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The...
glaciers melting due to climate change

CSR: Climate Change And The Melting Glaciers

It has been recently reported that the south peak of the Sweden’s Kebnekaise mountain has lost its title of the highest point in the country to the north peak because of global warming. The south peak covered with glacier was measured at 2,101 meters above sea level on July 2. It lost 4 meters...
Indian Army Kerala Flood

केरल के क़यामत में देवदूत बने जवान

वो बिना थके, बिना रुके, बिना खुद की परवाह किये, बिना किसी भेदभाव के, बिना किसी सवाल के, बस आसमान से आते हैं और केरल बाढ़ में फंसे हुए लोगो को उठा ले जाते है। वो इंसान है लेकिन फिर भी वो मसीहा है, वो भगवान है, वो देवदूत है, वो हमारे देश के जवान...
Floods in India

CSR: Fighting The Floods

Natural calamity has struck India yet again in form of floods this monsoon season. As reported by the Times of India, Home Ministry data showed that about 774 people have died in seven states in India during the monsoon season so far. Apart from these, at least 27 people are missing and 245 others...
Independence Day 15-8-218

क्या सचमुच आजाद हुए है हम?

आज १५ अगस्त है। हमारे देश को आजाद हुए पुरे ७१ वर्ष हो गए। पुरा हिंदुस्तान आजादी का जश्न मना रहा है। जगह-जगह तिरंगा फहराया जाएगा। देशभक्ति के गीत गाए जाएंगे। चारो और हरा और केसरिया रंग फैला नजर आएगा। दफ्तरों, स्कूलो में छुट्टी और टेलिविजन पर देशभक्ति से ओत-पोत कार्यक्रमो और फिल्मों की भरमार होगी।...
eco ganesha

CSR: Embracing The Eco Ganesha

Ganesha festival is celebrated across India with high fervour. The festival is often more than just a celebration in several communities. The statue of Lord Ganesha is often booked way in advance, and after the festival ends it is immersed in water bodies. This is why it is very important to know what materials...
Carbon emissions

CSR Stepping Up To Climate Change Action

India is home to one-sixth of the world’s people and is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. It is the second most populous country and is on course to becoming the most populous in less than a decade. While its per-capita emissions are amongst the lowest in the world, India...
Cooling V/s Global Warming

CSR: Cooling – A Right Not A Luxury

Global warming has increased the incidents of rising temperatures and heatwaves all over the world. According to a new report released by the UN, the rising heat in the world’s middle and poorer nations are threatening health and prosperity of about 1.1 billion people, including 470 million people in rural areas without access to...
Women farmers of India

CSR: Harvesting Water For Saving Farmers’ Livelihoods

Climate change has caused a lot of draughts and unseasonal rainfalls in several parts of the country. Especially in the western state of Gujarat in India, after the earthquake in 2001, the unseasonal rains caused floods in several places, and then droughts hit the state in summer with no water available. This situation caused...
CSR campaigns for International Tiger Day

CSR Campaigns For International Tiger Day

The tiger isn’t merely a charismatic species or simply another wild animal living in some faraway forest. It is an incomparable animal which plays a critical role in the health and diversity of an ecosystem. Unfortunately, if the tigers go extinct, the entire system would collapse and it will be a catastrophe for mankind. Fortunately,...
sustainable development goals

Major transformations needed to put sustainable development in Asia Pacific back on track

Increased engagement from all sectors of society, along with a whole of government approach will be key to advancing the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the region where at the current rate of progress, only one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is on track to be met by 2030. This was...
Save The Honey bees

Save The Honey Bees

Honey bees contribute to about 70% of the food that we intake. It is not just the honey that these tiny creatures produce for the human kind, but also aid significantly in the production of vegetables and fruits by pollinating them. The bees are also responsible for pollination of food eaten by animals. Hence,...

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