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CSR Programs Gaining Ground

CSR Programs Gaining Ground

Some 72 percent of companies now have formal corporate responsibility programs, up from 62 percent in 2010, according to a survey by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. According to the second annual CR Best Practices Survey, dedicated corporate responsibility roles are also on the rise. Some 62 percent of organizations have a lead corporate responsibility role, up […]

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India Inc must help Dalit entrepreneurs as part of CSR: Adi Godrej

India Inc must help Dalit entrepreneurs as part of CSR: Adi Godrej

MUMBAI: Godrej Group Chairman Adi Godrej today appealed to corporate India to help Dalit entrepreneurs as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. “Dalit entrepreneurs need to be encouraged. Companies need to come forward and help them. They should take it up as a CSR activity,” he told reporters on the sidelines of the […]

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RINL-VSP Organises Stakeholders’ Meeting to reduce CO2 Emissions

RINL-VSP Organises Stakeholders’ Meeting to reduce CO2 Emissions

INDIACSR News Network VISAKHAPATNAM:  Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL)-, public sector Enterprise organized 3rd Local Stake Holder Meeting for 6 Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Projects at Centre for HRD here on 7  December, 2011. The Projects undertaken under this scheme are: 2×60 MW Waste BF gas based captive power plant, Installati on of Energy Efficient […]

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RINL to set up Industrial Training Institute at Barabanki, UP under CSR

RINL to set up Industrial Training Institute at Barabanki, UP under CSR

INDIACSR News Network VISAKHAPATNAM: Mr Beni Prasad Verma, Minister of Steel at the foundation stone laying ceremony of an Industrial Training Institute at Barabanki said that “Our efforts at enhancing socio-economic development and improving standard of living of the people will start bearing fruit and soon.” Foundation stone laying ceremony held at Barabanki on 13 […]

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Adi Godrej in favour of mandatory CSR spending

Adi Godrej in favour of mandatory CSR spending

MUMBAI: It has reported that Adi Godrej, Chairman of the Godrej Group​ and president designate of the Confederation of Indian Industry​, wants companies to cooperate with the government on a proposed law that will make corporate philanthropy mandatory. The new Companies Act, tabled in Parliament on Wednesday, requires companies to earmark 2% of their average […]

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Sterlite Copper sponsors Rs 3 lakh to install RO equipment at Tiruchendur temple

Sterlite Copper sponsors Rs 3 lakh to install RO equipment at Tiruchendur temple

THOOTHUKUDI:  Sterlite Copper has sponsored Rs 3 lakh to install reverse osmosis equipment at Tiruchendur temple here on Monday. Col.S.Krishnan, General Manager – Admin & Security handed over a cheque for Rs 3 lakh to Mr. Manikandan, Thakkar, Tiruchendur temple. The installation of the equipment will be completed within two days and this would take […]

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Tata Steel awarded for Integrated Steel Plant on Energy Conservation Day Function

Tata Steel awarded for Integrated Steel Plant on Energy Conservation Day Function

INDIACSR News Network JAMSHEDPUR: Tata Steel has bagged the 1st Prize in the Integrated Steel Sector  for the “National Energy Conservation Awards – 2011″ on 14 December, 2011 in a function organized by the Ministry of Power, Government of India (Bureau of Energy Efficiency), held at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The function was inaugurated by […]

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UN Announces SEED Award Winners 2011 With Focus on African Entrepreneurs

UN Announces SEED Award Winners 2011 With Focus on African Entrepreneurs

INDIACSR News Network Bamboo substitute for timber: new livelihoods for rural communities in Ghana NAIROBI:  From a company that transforms groundnut shells into fuel briquettes in Gambia, to an enterprise that has developed solar ovens in Burkina Faso, to an initiative that trains and employs street youth to collect waste materials in Ghana, which they […]

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