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Making Mission Possible, a major milestone for Energy Transition Commission (ETC)
Launched on September 16, 2020, ETC’s milestone report – ‘Making Mission Possible: Delivering a Net-Zero Economy’ – outlines 3 critical priorities for the 2020s and practical actions that nations and non-state parties can commit to in the run up to the COP26 to put mid-century objectives within reach. The report shows that clean electrification must be the primary route to decarbonisation: it highlights that dramatic falls in cost of renewable energy make this easily affordable and argues that all growth in electricity supply should now come from zero-carbon sources with no need to build any new coal-fired power capacity to support economic growth and rising living standards.
The case for retreat as a form of disaster risk reduction, by Ajit Chaudhuri, AVP Community Services, Tata Sustainability Group
The author brings together perspectives on how the term ‘Retreat’ usually has negative connotations, but when undertaken in a strategic or planned manner, retreat can be used to serve positive objectives as well. In the context of Disaster Risk Reduction, retreat provides an excellent adaptation option, enabling achievement of societal goals and letting communities choose actions most likely to help them thrive.
Volunteering in times of COVID – 19
Volunteering is said to be part of Tata employee’s DNA and has been undertaken since the group’s inception more than 150 years ago. Tata companies are recalibrating volunteering to meet the new normal and taking efforts to address the immediate needs of the society.
Tata Group CSO on delivering bold climate action across India and beyond
As one of India’s largest and most diverse conglomerates, with annual revenues of over $110 billion, the Tata Group is uniquely positioned to help lead the fight against climate change and showcase the benefits of the low-carbon economy – both for India and the entire global economy.
Tata among top sustainable companies in the APAC region, according to GlobeScan’s Leaders Survey 2019
The Tata Group has been recognized as the second most sustainable organization in the Asia-Pacific region according to the GlobeScan Leaders Survey 2019.
Mr S. Padmanabhan on the Tata group & sustainability:
Sustainability defines how businesses can survive in the long term, Mr. S. Padmanabhan believes the role of sustainability officers will become obsolete once the concept becomes embedded in business practices
Five Cs to better employee engagement
CSR programmes offer companies a unique opportunity to engage better with their employees and collaborate with them for the greater good. Here’s how to get the most out of this relationship.
Balaji Ganapathy, Head of Workforce Effectiveness, North America, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) with Charles H. Moore, Former Executive Director, CECP
In focus: Nicole Hall, Eight O’Clock Coffee, Tata group, North America
Nicole Hall from Eight O'Clock Coffee, Tata Global Beverages, North America, shares her views on integrating environmental and social sustainability issues with business and how the company's vision is aligned to the SDGs 2030 Agenda.
Natural and Social Capital Valuation – a tool to mainstream Sustainability
Alka Upadhyay, AVP, Tata Sustainability Group shares her views on how Natural and Social capital valuation by businesses is becoming increasingly important for sustainability.
Tata group and the energy transitions commission jointly holds a meeting on ‘Energy Transitions in India: Impact and Opportunities for Businesses’
The ETC brings together a uniquely diverse group of individuals and organizations from across the energy landscape – investors, incumbent energy companies, industry disruptors, international organisations, NGOs, research institutes– from across the developed and developing world. It aims to accelerate change towards low-carbon energy systems that
Skilling young India
Tata Strive aims to bridge the gap between an under-skilled youth segment and the talent vacuum in the Indian economy
Leading sustainably
Tata Steel, Tata Consultancy Services and Tata Motors feature among the top 800 companies in the Global Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2016 as leaders in sustainable business practices
Driven by compassion
The Tata group responds to disasters and devastation by reaching out to affected people, helping them to not only overcome the immediate problems created by the crisis but also to build their resilience for long-term rehabilitation
Our vision inspires us every day
Anita Rajan, chief operating officer of Tata Strive, talks about the challenges of setting up a pan-India skilling programme and the journey so far
CSO in focus: Anurag Priyadarshi
Anurag Priyadarshi, CSO Tata Global Beverages Ltd., talks about sustainability issues faced by the Tea Industry, his experiences as a practitioner of sustainability, major TGBL initiatives and the company's vision in alignment with the global goals.
Indian companies look to ease Maharashtra water crisis
As the threat of a water shortage looms larger with each passing year, India Inc's biggies aren't just focusing on improving their own consumption efficiency.The Tata Group, Godrej Industries, Bisleri, Hindustan Unilever, SAB Miller India and RPG Enterprises have become increasingly active in helping to ease the crisis in drought-prone regions.
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