In this video I share with Neha Misra of The Fin Liit Project aspects of my career, sustainability, sustainable finance, and more.
The concept of Social Return on Investment (SROI) emerged from the work done by the Roberts Enterprise Development Foundation (REDF). Originally intended for large social enterprises, over time it has been fine-tuned to meet the requirements of various types of organisations. SROI is an outcomes-based measurement tool that helps organisations to understand and quantify theContinue reading “SROI: Tackling the Measurement Challenge”
Contracts, transaction and their record form the foundation of our economic, legal and political systems. They help protect assets and set boundaries of an organisation. They are critical to establishing the and verifying identities and chronicling events. They govern interactions among organisations, communities, and individuals. And, they guide managerial and social action. The digital transformationContinue reading “Blockchains and responsible business”
Carbon emissions are a significant cause of worry for India and the world. To solve this we need renewable energy. But, that’s not all, significant savings in emissions can be achieved with the help of energy efficiency. ABB is an interesting company because 57% of its product portfolio is based on renewable energy and energyContinue reading “ABB uses smart tech to solve humanity’s most pressing challenges”
Toyota, one of the world’s largest car brands, and its Indian operations Toyota Kirloskar Motors (TKM), has been at the forefront of sustainable action. Toyota’s hybrid electric car, Prius, was the first mass-produced electric vehicle. TKM has an ambitious programme to tackle environmental challenges – the Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050. TKM’s actions have resulted inContinue reading ““Competitiveness is at the heart of sustainability”: Vikram Kirloskar, Vice-Chairman, Toyota Kirloskar Motors”