The voluntary carbon offset market is expected to grow to $100 billion by 2030, up from $300 million in 2018 as firms commit to net-zero targets, but without the internal ability (or will) to reduce emissions directly within their supply chain race to purchase offsets.
The inspiration comes from paradigm-shifting by Investors to look at the non-financial indicators same as financial parameters. This is the Key inspiration for CEOs looking towards ESG, as it can attract capital when infused with business strategy. BRSR (Business Reporting and Sustainable Reporting) is mandatory for the top 1000 companies in market capitalization by 2022-23. BRSR aims to gauge Companies performance by measuring ESG parameters by asking companies 150 questions across nine fundamental principles.
PDS Traceability and Blockchain Subsidized rationing or Public Distribution System (PDS) forms the core of survival for many families. The manual ration distribution mechanism had some flaws that don’t guarantee ration access to beneficiaries while ensuring lack of transparency & grievance redressal mechanism and leakages in the supply chain of food grains, maximizing loss to […]
Blockchain and Seed Traceability 28 Dec 2021 , Blockchain, Traceability, Supply chain Introduction Blockchain seed traceability is growing momentum in the global agriculture-seed sector due to its high potential to provide an entire history of the product status, improved customer trust and loyalty, fairer payments, authorized vendors, and proper compliance management. With traceability, consumers can […]
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (The World is One Family) 23 Dec 2021 , Blockchain, Climate Change, ESG Nurturing the spirit of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” taken from the sixth chapter Maha Upanishad, which translates to -the world is one family” in the light of growing environmental degradation and resource depletion. Successive Prime Ministers and Presidents of India have used […]
ESG Traceability and Blockchain 20 Dec 2021 , AI, Blockchain, Climate Change, ESG The 21st Century definition of Sustainability refers to the co-existence of Earth’s biosphere and human civilization and the interconnected domains of environment, economy, and society. TRST01 wishes to play a significant role in addressing climate change challenges defining sustainability data democratization. We are […]
News & Media New Normal, Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 Trust | Transparency | Traceability Case Study Mango Traceability 16 December 2021 | Blockchain | Traceability In the post-pandemic era, the importance of food traceability is growing in magnitude. Consumers have the right to know everything about the food they consume and the journey to their […]
News & Media New Normal, Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 Trust | Transparency | Traceability Value Creator Carbon Credit, ESG and Blockchain 14 December 2021 | Blockchain | Traceability More significant valuer than ₿ Bitcoin, Yes, you heard it correct. Something is getting bigger than everything, and it is real and precious. Welcome to the world of Carbon […]
Knowledge Share New Normal, Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 Trust | Transparency | Traceability Brand Trust, Product Traceability, Value Transperancy Case Study Panchratan Farm 10th December 2021 An effective mechanism to track and trace fruits, vegetables, and milk Panchratan Farm spread over 50 Acers, located in Moinabad, outskirts of Hyderabad. Panchratan is an exemplary farm that adapts […]
Knowledge Share New Normal, Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 Trust | Transparency | Traceability View Solution Contact Us Geographical Indications and Blockchain 31 October 2021 | Blockchain, Supply Chain, Traceability What is GI Geographical Indication (GI) is primarily an agricultural, natural or manufactured product originating from a definite geographical territory. Geographical Indications (GI) is one of […]