Integration of Biodiversity

A Guidebook for Integration of Biodiversity: Spice Sector in The Western Ghats acts as a guide for the spice sector companies, especially those operating in The Western Ghats of India with respect to biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of natural resources. The Western Ghats are one of the biodiversity hotspots that extend key ecosystem services to the whole of peninsular India. This region also houses many provisioning services that are of economic value. The important aspects covered are the inter-linkages between business and biodiversity, their impacts and dependencies on biodiversity and ecosystem services, and measures for management and monitoring.

CII Cleaner Air Better Life Report (2020) on Impacts and learning of crop residue management programme

Clean Industry

CII-Niti Aayog report on clean industry for reducing air pollution from major industrial sources in Delhi-NCR.

Compendium- Indian Industry Action Towards COVID -19

Integrating Sustainability Into Indian Supply Chains

Integration of Biodiversity

A Guidebook for Integration of Biodiversity: Spice Sector in The Western Ghats acts as a guide for the spice sector companies, especially those operating in The Western Ghats of India with respect to biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of natural resources. The Western Ghats are one of the biodiversity hotspots that extend key ecosystem services to the whole of peninsular India. This region also houses many provisioning services that are of economic value. The important aspects covered are the inter-linkages between business and biodiversity, their impacts and dependencies on biodiversity and ecosystem services, and measures for management and monitoring.

Integration of Biodiversity

A Guidebook for Integration of Biodiversity: Spice Sector in The Western Ghats acts as a guide for the spice sector companies, especially those operating in The Western Ghats of India with respect to biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of natural resources. The Western Ghats are one of the biodiversity hotspots that extend key ecosystem services to the whole of peninsular India. This region also houses many provisioning services that are of economic value. The important aspects covered are the inter-linkages between business and biodiversity, their impacts and dependencies on biodiversity and ecosystem services, and measures for management and monitoring.

Air pollution

Publications

CSR & Social Inclusion

Compendium- Indian Industry Action Towards COVID -19

CSR & Social Inclusion

Public-Private Partnerships in CSR in India: Ten Demonstrative Case Studies

The report showcases the benefits of public-private collaborations as a way to deliver services and uplift the underprivileged and disadvantaged. It presents cases of 10 companies as examples that such collaboration works and in some instances can be a preferred, more efficient, and effective way of addressing developmental challenges.

CSR & Social Inclusion

Annual CSR Tracker 2015

In the most comprehensive and extensive analysis yet of CSR performance of companies in FY15, more than 90% of companies have complied with provisions of Section 135 of Companies Act 2013. The results are based on disclosures of 1,181 listed companies on BSE that had to comply with Section 135. These companies together spent Rs.6,400 crore towards CSR. 

CSR & Social Inclusion

Annual CSR Tracker 2016

Annual CSR Tracker 2016 is CESD’s continued attempt at consolidating and analyzing CSR disclosures of companies listed on BSE and had the legislative obligation to comply with Section 135 of Companies Act 2013. This is based on disclosures of 1,270 companies. Annual CSR Tracker remains India’s most comprehensive analysis of CSR disclosures, to date. The scope covers six aspects and 41 indicators, including governance, policy, financial, spend as per Schedule VII, spend channels and spend locations. 

CSR & Social Inclusion

Annual CSR Tracker 2017

Annual CSR Tracker 2017 is based on disclosures of 1,522 companies as compared to 1,270 companies in 2016 and 1,181 in 2015. Key findings suggest a substantial increase in CSR spends as against FY16 in the areas of environment (66%), gender equality (115%), national heritage (153%), and sports development (192%). This report remains a resourceful document for the industry to understand and help raise the bar of responsible CSR as well as for the government to keep assessing the intent of the legislation with each financial year.

CSR & Social Inclusion

CSR & Social Inclusion

Compendium- Indian Industry Action Towards COVID -19

Public-Private Partnerships in CSR in India: Ten Demonstrative Case Studies

The report showcases the benefits of public-private collaborations as a way to deliver services and uplift the underprivileged and disadvantaged. It presents cases of 10 companies as examples that such collaboration works and in some instances can be a preferred, more efficient, and effective way of addressing developmental challenges.

CSR & Social Inclusion

CSR & Social Inclusion

Annual CSR Tracker 2015

In the most comprehensive and extensive analysis yet of CSR performance of companies in FY15, more than 90% of companies have complied with provisions of Section 135 of Companies Act 2013. The results are based on disclosures of 1,181 listed companies on BSE that had to comply with Section 135. These companies together spent Rs.6,400 crore towards CSR. 

Annual CSR Tracker 2016

Annual CSR Tracker 2016 is CESD’s continued attempt at consolidating and analyzing CSR disclosures of companies listed on BSE and had the legislative obligation to comply with Section 135 of Companies Act 2013. This is based on disclosures of 1,270 companies. Annual CSR Tracker remains India’s most comprehensive analysis of CSR disclosures, to date. The scope covers six aspects and 41 indicators, including governance, policy, financial, spend as per Schedule VII, spend channels and spend locations. 

CSR & Social Inclusion

Annual CSR Tracker 2017

Annual CSR Tracker 2017 is based on disclosures of 1,522 companies as compared to 1,270 companies in 2016 and 1,181 in 2015. Key findings suggest a substantial increase in CSR spends as against FY16 in the areas of environment (66%), gender equality (115%), national heritage (153%), and sports development (192%). This report remains a resourceful document for the industry to understand and help raise the bar of responsible CSR as well as for the government to keep assessing the intent of the legislation with each financial year.