Tata Chemicals is participating in the ongoing United Nations (UN) Convention on Migratory Species (COP-13) in Gandhinagar. Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar and Chief Minister of Gujarat Vijaybhai Rupani visited the kiosk of Tata Chemicals set-up at the exhibition in Gandhinagar.
Alka Talwar-Chief, Sustainability & CSR, Tata Chemicals, greeted the dignitaries during the visit and showcased the company’s successful conservation initiatives such as, Save the Whale Shark project, water birds conservation, coral reef conservation, mangroves, and indigenous flora conservation project etc.
“Tata Chemicals demonstrates a high level of commitment to sustainability. Sustainability is well embedded in the company’s corporate philosophy and is an integral part of its legacy and vision. We believe that a commitment to sustainability and a triple bottom line approach ensures its global competitiveness and promotes an inclusive, sustainable growth. It is towards this end that TCL has been involved in various community development and environment conservation initiatives,” said Alka Talwar-Chief, Sustainability & CSR, Tata Chemicals.
The company always ensures that sustainability is weaved in growth along with improvement in the quality of life of the communities around, whilst not compromising on environmental conservation and restoration.