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Blue Dart GoGreen CSR initiative will plant 1,11,000 trees in the Kanha-Pench Wildlife corridor

Blue Dart Express Ltd, express logistics service provider and part of the Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL) will plant 1,11,000 trees in collaboration with Grow-Trees in Kanha-Pench Wildlife corridor. Blue Dart GoGreen will complete planting these trees in the CY 2020 and these 1,11,000 trees are likely to offset 22,22,000 kgs of carbon per...

Sustainability: IKEA Better Living App helped Indians cut carbon footprint by 37,800 kg of CO2

IKEA’s Better Living app enabled the many Indians to live a more sustainable life at home, by following simple and everyday solutions that can help make a difference. The app shows how much energy, carbon or water you are saving in real-time and shows you easy ideas to lead an eco-friendly life. Globally by 2030,...

CSR: Corteva Agriscience partnering with local govts and NGOs for farmer health and safety

Keeping in line with its CSR goal to help the farming communities thrive, global agriculture company, Corteva Agriscience has partnered with local governments and non-profit organizations in India to ensure the health and safety of farmers during the pandemic. Through CSR partnerships with non-government organizations such as PRADAN, Sewa Bharati and CHD Group, Corteva was...

CSR: Tata Power’s ‘SaheliWorld.org’ launches ‘Warli Art Collection’ to Revive an Ancient Art Form

Tata Power’s ‘SaheliWorld.org’ is a dedicated website offering handmade products by its self-help groups, farmers and women micro-entrepreneurs from rural India on one platform. With an intent to take its patrons back to the roots of rich indigenous products, the e-commerce platform, today, launched the ‘Warli Art Collection’ from its Jawahar artisans. Through this collection, the Company...

Term Life Insurance: How to Find Your Most Suitable Plan?

There is no better time to realise that life is uncertain, and you never know what might happen next. Today, being amidst a global pandemic like COVID-19, we all are aware of the power of nature. Along with the precautions you take, it is always better to be prepared for the worst. One of...

#DontBringTheVirusHome says Dollar Industries, donates 2000 face masks to paramilitary forces in New Delhi

Dollar Industries Limited recently launched its new range of anti-viral products, in association with HealthGuard, Australia to assert its slogan #DontBringTheVirusHome. As a part of Dollar’s corporate social responsibility (CSR), Dollar Foundation donated 2000 pieces of anti-viral face masks to the frontline heroes at CRPF and CISF in New Delhi. Pramod Gupta, the company's Director, met...

CSR News: BlueConch Technologies and employees help rebuild lives amidst COVID-19

The pandemic has affected the lives of millions of people worldwide. The various phases of lockdown have made it worse, especially for the people in rural areas. However, this did not stop BlueConch Technologies from fulfilling their corporate social responsibility (CSR). Team members from BlueConch Technologies went an extra mile and decided to celebrate their...

Indian Univ gets UNESCO Chair for ‘Experiential Learning for Sustainable Innovation & Development’

In a boost to the quest for sustainable development in the country, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (Amrita) has been awarded a UNESCO Chair for “Experiential Learning for Sustainable Innovation & Development." Through this Chair, the university will develop a comprehensive framework for academic engagement to build sustainable communities by designing a curriculum based on experiential learning....

Gujarat labour dept. paid Rs. 3200 crores in wages during lockdown

Nearly Rs. 3,200 crore in wages were paid to workers in the unorganized sector during the lockdown, bringing much-needed relief to workers. Vipul Mittra, additional chief secretary, Labour and Employment department, Gujarat, said that the department undertook a massive outreach exercise to reach out to thousands of employers and to ensure payment of full wages...

CSR: India Exim Bank Supports Training Programme for Tribal Artisans

A training programme, ‘Design Development in Tribal Jewellery’ has been organized for 20 tribal women artisans of Anwesha Tribal Arts and Crafts, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, for a period of 30 days with support of India Exim Bank. Anwesha Tribal Arts and Crafts (Anwesha), a non-profit organization, strives for the all-round development of the tribals of...

Delhi Capitals team salutes COVID Warriors under Salaam Dilli CSR initiative

Earlier this year, as the COVID-19 pandemic gripped the world, countless frontline workers risked their lives for the sake of others, with their selfless efforts. As a small token of gratitude, Delhi Capitals, through its digital initiative "Salaam Dilli", recognised the contribution of some frontline workers from Delhi NCR. Inspired and humbled by the efforts...

Walmart Foundation funding $4.5 million grants to NGOs PRADAN and Tanager for supporting farmers

Underscoring the importance of smallholder farmers to India’s pandemic recovery, the Walmart Foundation today announced two new grants as part of a commitment made in September 2018 to invest US$25 million (approximately Rs. 180 crores) over five years in improving farmer livelihoods in India. The new funding, which totals $4.5 million, will allow nonprofits...

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