In a developing market like India where the acute scarcity of natural resources and the demand for imported raw materials continues to have huge environmental impacts, it is now, more than ever, important to recognize the role business and industry play. India’s production, consumption and trade have impacts locally, and in areas of critical ecological importance like Amazon, Borneo, the Congo Basin, Coastal East Africa and the Coral Triangle. Businesses have the responsibility and a strategic interest to ensure that the natural resources and ecosystems which underpin their own operations are used sustainably.
WWF India launched its latest report 'Global Corporate Renewable Power Procurement Models: Lessons for India' at its event 'The Rise of Renewables: ...04 Dec 2019 Read more »
Roundtable on Sustainable Palm oil (RSPO) is a not-for-profit that unites stakeholders from seven sectors of the palm oil industry: oil palm ...28 Jun 2019 Read more »
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