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India is the Second-Most at-risk Country among most affected by Global Warming

From 1970 to 2019, natural catastrophes accounted for 50% of all disasters, 45 per cent of all recorded deaths, and 74% of all reported economic losses, according to the agencies' Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate, and Water Extremes. Over 11,000 tragedies were documented worldwide as a result of these dangers, resulting...
Loreal India

L’Oréal India and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai announce partnership to support women leading climate action

L’Oréal India and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI), under the leadership of the Government of Maharashtra, to support the Women4Climate Mumbai Chapter. The Women4Climate is a joint initiative of C40 Cities and Fondation L’Oréal, where women from C40 cities can develop and implement actions inspired by the...
Munnar Wildlife Division - UNDP

One Health for a Sustainable Future

The COVID-19 crisis has amplified attention to the interlinkages between health, the environment and human wellbeing, and is shifting how many governments, organizations and citizens around the world view biodiversity conservation.  As we strive to ‘build back better’ from the pandemic, there is a need for a holistic and well-coordinated system for prevention, early detection,...
O2 Cure

Suneil Shetty and O2 Cure launch awareness campaign against indoor air pollution and Covid-19

With the pandemic disrupting our lives, the nation has again chosen to strictly abide by the social distancing norms and stay indoors. While this is the wisest option of all, it also gives way to an alarming concern resulting from contaminants like bacterias, viruses, germs, gasses, particles, dust, pollen, and other hazardous substances that...
Signature Global - vaccination drive-

Free vaccination drives and CSR activities by Indian companies during the third wave

The third wave of COVID-19 came like a jolt out of the blue just as citizens were settling into a false sense of safety. However, this time the nation was better prepared. Not only were a record number of people double vaccinated against the virus, public and private players had already laid the groundwork...
Oxfam Trailwalker India 2022

Oxfam Virtual Trailwalker Challenge 2022 will focus on gender issues with the theme #WalkInMyShoes

The first edition of the Oxfam Virtual Trailwalker Challenge for 2022 imbibes the spirit of the National Girl Child Day. The theme of the challenge is #WalkInMyShoes. It will not just get participants closer to their fitness goals but also support Oxfam India's work towards gender and economic equality. National Day of the Girl Child National Girl...
Indian Army - tech jobs

This edtech collaboration is easing Indian army veterans into new-age tech roles

Edtech company Hero Vired has entered into a new partnership with Text & Clicks Academy to upskill existing, retiring and retired armed forces personnel and veterans. This first-of-a-kind partnership offers training and placement in emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science on a larger scale. This collaboration will provide attractive...
3M Sustainability

Global Sustainability Report: 3M Commits to Carbon Neutrality by 2050

Continuing our series of reports on multinational corporations, today we are going to explore the sustainability initiatives of 3M. The 3M Company is an American multinational conglomerate corporation operating in the fields of industry, worker safety, US health care, and consumer goods. The company based in Maplewood, a suburb of Saint Paul, Minnesota, made $32.2 billion...
Child with his care giver - SOS Children's Villages

SOS Children’s Villages of India Facilitates ‘Kinship Care’ to over 300 Children in India

Bhubaneswar, Odisha: The Kinship Care Programme of SOS Children’s Villages of India, the largest self-implementing childcare NGO in India, serves about 300 children, including 150 girls, in 10 locations across the country. Introduced in 2017, the Kinship Care Programme ensures that children without parental care grow up with minimal disruption to their educational, cultural and social lives....
tata power tree mittra

Tata Power created a not-for-profit app so Indian citizens can take climate action

Tata Power, in its commitment to #DoGreen and contribute to the collective well-being of our shared home – planet Earth – has launched the 'Tree Mittra App' on the occasion of the International Day of Education today. The day was proclaimed by the United Nations in 2018 to celebrate the role of education in bringing...
Medanta - wishes and blessings

Delhi-based NGO Partners with Medanta to Organize Free Vaccination Camp for Underprivileged Children

Delhi-based NGO Wishes and Blessings organized a vaccination camp for underprivileged children in partnership with Medanta. Under this initiative, free of cost vaccinations were provided to EWS children falling in the age group of 15-18 years. The medical team came equipped to administer over 150 Covid-19 vaccines to destitute children; however, the turnout was lower...
Bisleri - bottles for change

Bisleri ‘Bottles for Change’ CSR initiative and MCGM collect 650 kgs of used plastic in Mumbai

Bottles for Change – a CSR initiative by Bisleri recently partnered with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai’s (MCGM) G North Ward to arrange a plastic collection drive from housing societies, chowkis, corporates and theatres spread over four days. In a four-day activity, Bottles for Change collaborated with G North ward and Sangam Pratishthan for...

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