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ESG India Leadership Awards Gallery

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Message from Winners

Dr. Ritu Anand Chief Leadership & Diversity Officer, TCS

“Tata Consultancy Services is honored to receive the Leadership in Employment Quality award. It is our continued effort and commitment to create an equitable and inclusive workplace that celebrates diversity and empowers people to realize their full potential in their journey to leadership.”

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Mr. Jakob Friis Sorensen MD, Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd

“APM Terminals Pipavav [GPPL] is delighted to receive the Leader - Community support & development award from ESG Risk AI. APM Terminals Pipavav [GPPL] is committed to the local communities around the port and actively works towards improving their livelihoods. …”

K. C. Jhanwar Managing Director, UltraTech Cement Limited

UltraTech is delighted to receive the ESG India Leadership Award for “Energy Efficiency” category from ESG Risk AI. We thank the organisers for this award. We are glad that our effort to improve energy efficiency and decrease dependence on conventional sources is being recognized and appreciated. For us at UltraTech, ESG is not merely a compliance requirement. We approach ESG with the same level of priority and importance as our financial performance. We have proactively shaped a holistic ESG agenda addressing our responsibility both towards the environment and the society at large. We are amongst the very few Indian companies who are signatories to the global EP100 initiative. We have already increased the share of renewable energy in our total energy consumption to more than 148 MW. We also plan to aggressively scale-up our waste heat recovery power capacity to 302 MW by FY24 from the present 125 MW. The aim is to ensure that 34 per cent of our energy requirement will be met through green sources by 2024. We are committed to working with stakeholders across the value chain of our operations to contribute to building a de-carbonised economy.

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Mr. Ganesh V S CEO and Executive Director, Page Industries Limited

“We are honored to be recognized as an ESG leader for the sustainability practices implemented in our supply chain. It is our vision to be a leading apparel company through balanced growth with a focus on quality, innovation, and sustainable practices, thereby, creating lasting value for all our stakeholders. To achieve our vision and ensure ethical conduct, it is empirical that our suppliers share our values and vision; and raise the sustainability standards in our supply chain. We strive to engage with environmental and social certified suppliers; collaborate and co-create with them to achieve joint success and long-term value creation. We still have a long way to go and are committed to working with our suppliers on this journey of continuous improvement.”

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Mr Rajesh Dahiya Executive Director, Axis Bank

As an institution, we have always believe that transparency is one of the most essential pillars for delivering good governance, and it becomes significantly more material to us given that we are an institution of public trust. Transparency is one of the five core values of our Bank, along with Customer Centricity, Ethics, Teamwork and Ownership, and a key emphasis of our ESG strategy. Being independently assessed and awarded for our disclosures and reporting practices is in many ways a validation of our actions and shall inspire us to raise our benchmarks even higher.