Pioneering Sustainable Development: Voices of Change for World Environment Day 2024

World Environment Day 2024

As the world commemorates World Environment Day 2024, leaders from various industries have come together to reaffirm their commitment to protecting the planet and promoting sustainable practices. As major environmental challenges loom, these individuals are championing initiatives that prioritize the health of our ecosystems and communities.

Suresh Bansal, Founder and CEO, DCGpac

As we celebrate World Environment Day on June 5, we are reminded of our profound responsibility to protect our planet for future generations. At DCGpac, we recognize that sustainable practices are not just a choice, but an imperative. Our commitment to the environment is at the core of our operations and drives us to innovate and adopt green packaging solutions that minimize our carbon footprint.

At a time when climate change and environmental degradation pose significant challenges, it is essential that businesses lead by example. By incorporating sustainability into our core values, we aim to inspire a transformative shift in the packaging industry and beyond. Our commitment to using recyclable materials, reducing waste and promoting green technologies reflects our unwavering commitment to protecting the Earth.

Let’s all come together on this crucial day to renew our commitment to the environment. Together we can create a future where economic growth and environmental protection go hand in hand. By promoting a culture of sustainability, we not only ensure the health of our planet, but also pave the way for a prosperous and resilient world.

As we move forward, let’s remember that every little action counts. At DCGpac, we are proud to be part of this global movement for a greener and more sustainable future.

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Migi Chuang, co-founder of Togopool

Our commitment to sustainability is deeply rooted in our approach. By supporting carpooling and bike sharing, we are trying to reduce the number of vehicles on the roads, thereby reducing carbon emissions and contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment. Our platform is designed to make carpooling and bike sharing convenient, safe and accessible, encouraging more people to choose shared rides instead of individual journeys. This not only helps reduce traffic congestion, but also significantly reduces the environmental footprint of the daily commute. We believe that small, joint actions can lead to substantial benefits for the environment. We are committed to constantly innovating and improving our services to support a more sustainable future. We envision a world where sustainable transportation choices are the norm, and we’re proud to play a role in making that vision a reality. Together, we can promote positive change and pave the way for a greener planet.

Deepali Bansal, CEO and Founder, Suroskie

At Suroskie, we believe in enhancing beauty inside and out while protecting our planet. This World Environment Day, we are proud to promote a holistic approach to beauty that includes caring for the environment.
Today’s consumers care about their environmental impact, and Suroskie is a pioneer in sustainable beauty and wellness. Our premium self-care products not only improve your appearance, but also boost your confidence and are kind to the earth.
Every Suroskie product is manufactured with great care and meets the highest quality and safety standards. Our formulas are cruelty-free and free of harmful chemicals, ensuring they are safe for you and the environment.

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Anantshree Chaturvedi, Vice Chairman and CEO, Flex Films International

With World Environment Day 2024 approaching, UFlex reaffirms its commitment to pioneer sustainable packaging solutions based on innovation. With a focused goal of reaching net zero by 2035, we continue our decades-long commitment to environmental stewardship. Since the early 1990s, this commitment has been woven into our corporate fabric and shapes our strategies and initiatives. Anantshree Chaturvedi, Vice-Chairman and CEO of Flex Films International, emphasizes the need for collective action in the fight against plastic pollution and highlights the ‘Planet vs Plastics’ dichotomy. At UFlex, we believe in harmonizing environmental protection and economic prosperity and recognize that they are not mutually exclusive, but rather mutually reinforcing. Adopting the mantra ‘Reduce, Recycle, Reuse and Return to Earth’, we promote a comprehensive approach to plastic waste management through initiatives such as ‘Project Plastic Fix’. Our portfolio features a range of eco-friendly products, from low-carbon films to water-based inks, designed to minimize environmental impact. Through initiatives such as ‘Asclepius’, which uses post-consumer PET waste to produce green packaging films, and through our global recycling facilities, we aim to close the circle on plastic waste, demonstrating our unwavering commitment to a sustainable future. As we face the pressing challenges of our time, it is incumbent upon organizations to take proactive measures to protect our planet. There is no alternative to Earth, so we must act decisively today to ensure a viable tomorrow for generations to come.

Navin Jaju, CEO, Vedanta Sesa Goa

Vedanta Sesa Goa has a deep commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable development. The Sanquelim Mine Reclamation program has helped restore and enhance the region’s biodiversity, attracting a rich variety of flora and fauna by selectively cutting mature acacias and planting native species from the Western Ghats.
The vision went beyond restoration; and helped transform the area into a vibrant ecotourism destination. Today, projects such as Butterfly Park, Aromatic Garden, Bamboo & Rattan Arboretum and Bamboo Pavilion offer unique experiences and serve as centers for environmental and social programs. In addition, a bird watching center has also been created to provide enthusiasts with an opportunity to observe and appreciate the local bird species.
In collaboration with the National Oceanographic Institute, a depleted mining pit at Sanquelim has been transformed into a thriving Fishing Pond that supports the cultivation of Rahu, Mrigal and Carp. This initiative promotes local consumption and demonstrates the multifaceted value that can be derived from reclaimed mining areas. The Sanquelim mine project is an example of how depleted mines, when thoughtfully planned, can be transformed into ecotourism sites, setting the benchmark for sustainable post-mining land use, reaffirming Vedanta Sesa Goa’s commitment to creating a positive impact on the environment and society and thus making a lasting difference in the community.

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