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Ashwani Dudeja, Country Head, Shell Energy India (L) with Siddharth Jain, Director, INOX Group (R)

CSR News: Partnership to augment gas-based economy in India

INOX India Pvt Ltd (INOX) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Shell Energy India Pvt Ltd., for partnering and developing the market for LNG supply by Road from Shell’s LNG Terminal in Hazira (District Surat), Gujarat. The MoU envisages deployment of distribution infrastructure including logistics and receiving facilities at customer end and...
Circular Economy - Chemical Recycling

Circular Economy Now Becoming a Necessity

Circular Economy is more than just recycling – for any organization, it means a strategic decision and goes hand in hand with new business models. There are several benefits of the Circular Economy. In many cases, the recycled material costs less than mining and processing primary raw materials which means, the industry can retain ownership...
Plastic Uthaao Thaila Pao Campaign

CSR Effectively Implementing Circular Economy on Plastics

Plastic pollution has proved to be a major nuisance for every country across the world. Not only is it responsible for the pollution but also for negatively affecting the health of people because of the release of micro-plastics in the atmosphere and also the biodiversity. Taking this into account, the new solid waste management...
Water Conservation

CSR News: India Inc.’s Participation in Water Conservation

75 per cent of the surface of the earth is covered with water. In fact, the life on earth for the first time originated in water rather than land. However, 97 per cent of this water is in the oceans making it unfit for everyday use. Of the remaining three per cent, a huge...
Sustainable

CSR News: STL Awarded with Zero Waste to Landfill Certification

Manufacturing waste and its disposal is one of the biggest environmental challenges across the globe. In India, landfilling continues to be a major cause of environmental problems and health hazards. With the pace at which India is developing or aims to, the problem of managing this waste efficiently has increased manifold. In order to tackle...
world energy efficiency day

World Energy Efficiency Day Could Make You Richer

March 5th was World Energy Efficiency Day 2020. Of course, many of you may have never heard of it. However, this day has been observed across the world since 1998 and, as our fuel sources continue to deplete, the relevance of World Energy Efficiency Day increases year on year. Besides, energy efficiency is an...
World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day 2020: The Ultimate Guide

Today, we celebrate World Wildlife Day, which has become the most important global annual event dedicated to wildlife! What is World Wildlife Day? On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) proclaimed 3 March – the day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild...
CSR Funds for Reforestation

CSR Funds Help in Increasing Forest Cover

Climate change has created havoc in the life of the citizens of planet earth and yet the forest cover keeps dwindling every year. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and help keep the rising temperatures and hence global warming in check. The experts argue that halting deforestation and boosting reforestation and wetland conservation will reduce the...

Tulasi Gowda – One Woman can change the world

One person can change the world and Tulsi Gowda epitomizes this quote like no one else. Also known as "Encyclopedia of Forest" for her vast knowledge about various trees and plants, she has singlehandedly planted one lakh trees in Karnataka. Tulasi Gowda was born in a poor tribal family and lost her father when she...

Top 5 Ways Biodiversity Loss Affects Humans

Human-driven nature and biodiversity loss is threatening life on our planet. Biodiversity loss affects humans more severely than you could imagine. All species, including humans, depend for their survival on the delicate balance of life in nature. Yet biodiversity—the diversity within species, between species, and within ecosystems—is declining faster than it has at any other...

How Native American Tribes Are Taking the Lead on Planning for Climate Change

On a hot summer’s day, marine ecologist Courtney Greiner walks the shore of a rocky Washington beach at low tide with a handful of staff and interns. They stake out the ground and hunch down, digging up the top two inches of mud, silt, and gravel looking for baby clams. For thousands of years, the...

CSR: St Mira’s College is a Model for Sustainability

Colleges, those bastions of knowledge and creators of degree-wielding job-seekers ready to inundate the urban workforce. Colleges are inclined to support students through graduation and launch them into the working world with newfound knowledge and skills, but with good education comes a higher purpose and engaged citizens, believes St Mira's College for Girls. The...

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