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Business leaders come together, set up body for climate change action

Among ICC's tasks would be to build a compelling, India-focused climate narrative and drive solutions that help people and nature thrive

Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Trusts
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“Our collective leadership through the ICC will indicate to the world that Indian philanthropy is ready to be a leader in climate action" - Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Trusts

Jyoti Mukul New Delh
At a time when global business captains in Davos are debating how to deal with climate-change risks, top Indian philanthropists have launched India Climate Collaborative (ICC), aimed at connecting and strengthening the Indian climate community. 

This marks the first ever collective response by Indian industry leaders, such as Ratan N Tata, Anand Mahindra, Rohini Nilekani, Nadir Godrej, Aditi and Rishad Premji, Vidya Shah, and Hemendra Kothari, for an effective action “towards a shared climate goal”.

Among ICC’s tasks would be to build a compelling, India-focused climate narrative and drive solutions that help people and nature thrive, said a statement from

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First Published: Jan 22 2020 | 10:43 PM IST

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