Only 16% of Indian Organisations Prioritised Sustainability Goals

May 20, 2024 EcoVadis EN


At a time when climate related risks are posing a challenge to businesses, 86 per cent of organisations in India recognise the significance of sustainability in shaping business strategies, but only 16 per cent have prioritised sustainability goals and built them on real facts and data, IT infrastructure services provider Kyndryl and Microsoft stated in a joint study.



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