(Environment, Social and Governance) in India has slow-brewed from sporadic
boardroom discussions to ground and policy-level changes - due to the
exponentially increasing risks we are experiencing as our planet warms
beyond 1.5-2 degrees.
The pressure to decarbonize and reduce
emissions of greenhouse gases is mounting in all sectors, informs a recent communique from
AMTOI (Association Of Multimodal Transport Operators of India).
being environmentally conscious has no longer remained just a matter of choice.
It’s become the need of the hour. Hence AMTOI has taken the initiative to
form the AMTOI ESG COUNCIL, firstly to create awareness
importance and cost-effectiveness of adopting green measures and secondly, to
identify the challenges, adopt solutions and design an effective
The aim is to mainstream ESG - not just
across AMTOI members - but across all stakeholders in the supply chain.
ESG Council Logo has been specially designed wherein each colour has a specific
significance and the font sizes are intentionally 12 : 14 : 16 - so as to give
emphasis on the 3 different aspects of the path towards protection of our
(Environmental Management Centre) founded by Dr. Prasad Modak – will be our
knowledge partner and will assist us in all our endeavours.
For ESG to
be truly embedded and practiced in spirit, all stakeholders have to work
collaboratively to protect further damage to our environment.