Reversing Climate Change
Reimagine Business in Era of Sustainability
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TRST01 works to build resilience by advancing critical adaptation initiatives through digital transformation and making them available for Global consumption.
TRST01 is fully engaged in Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR) making by Consulting, Digitising, Framing and Reporting as per SEBI guidelines. Read more
Connecting the Dots
TRST01 newer dimension “Consulting” on climate change, welcoming new ideas re-aligning the Innovation and Approach methodologies, Creating more unique digitisation opportunities on Climate Action, moreover creating a Global Carbon Consciousness
ESG Reporting with GRI Framework and BRSR
The GRI reporting framework consists of universal standards and topic standards that organizations can use to prepare and report information that showcases significant sustainability impacts. In GRI Index, Series of 100 deals with Universal disclosures, 200 series deals with Economic topics, 300 series deals with Environmental and lastly 400 series deals with Governance.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) recently introduced new requirements for sustainability reporting by the top-1000 listed Indian entities by market capitalization in a new format called the Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR).
BRSR is intended to serve as a single focal point for all non-financial disclosures relating to the company that will enable the stakeholders to understand the approach of the company on different issues such as sustainability, responsible business conduct, manner of dealing with stakeholders, etc. Further, the disclosures on climate /environment and social (employees, consumers and communities) related issues have been significantly enhanced in BRSR.
The rising carbon emission has been forcing big world economies to adopt more green initiatives. In the same line, Indian listed companies will have to produce their carbon emission report from 2023 onwards
The concept of plastic credit has the potential to accelerate recycling activities and strengthen the ecosystem. To reduce the environmental impact caused by plastic waste, organisations also need to put effort, seek solutions, and work in this direction, which may help minimise the impact of their business operations on the environment.
Plastic credit has the potential to accelerate recycling activities and strengthen the ecosystem. To reduce the environmental impact caused by plastic waste, organisations also need to put effort, seek solutions, and work in this direction, which may help minimise the impact of their business operations on the environment.
The collected plastic waste is recovered through efficient end-of-life management such as mechanical (or advanced) recycling, reprocessing, or co-processing. The company then purchases a volume of plastic credits that match its plastic footprint, i.e., each Plastic Credit represents one tonne of plastic waste.
Also, Plastic Credits provide a sustainable source of income for low-income groups in developing countries that engage in the waste collection of plastics and its recovery and recycling.
Per the PWM rules, PIBOs (Producers, Importers, and Brand owners) are obligated to adopt Extended Producers’ Responsibility to manage plastic waste effectively. They have been mandated to set up a system to manage plastic waste from their products by coordinating with local bodies.
Case Study - Forest Carbon offsets Value Creation
Telangana has 27,43,000 ha. of forest cover, which accounts for 24% of its geographical area. The report says the total carbon stock of the forest in the state is 184,975 million tons (equivalent to 678,242 million tons of CO2 Equivalent ). Its flagship program, Telanganaku Haritha Haram, has increased forest cover by a 3.67%. Telangana Government is using Drone for aerial seeding solutions for rapid and scalable reforestation.
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