If Mother Nature were to come calling

Even as the world grapples with escalating climate crises, corporate priorities in India continue to favour optics over genuine environmental action in their brand building effort


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Sandeep Goyal
On average, 26 million people are displaced by disasters such as floods, rains, and storms every year in India. That’s one person forced to flee every second. Last year, more
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First Published: Sep 15 2023 | 11:20 PM IST

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