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We know that businesses can play a major role in protecting our planet. That is why Tata group companies actively endeavour to conserve at-risk species, and safeguard shrinking habitats and fragile ecosystems
Tata group companies are strongly driven by international benchmarks for sustainable practices in business. But a greater portion of what the group does in this sphere is by choice and conviction. From this flows its support for endeavours to conserve plant and animal species, improve land and water use, and protect forest tracts and green sanctuaries.
The group's contribution to conservation falls into two categories: the efforts of different Tata companies, big and small, to preserve and enrich the environment in and around their areas of operation, and the philanthropic thrust of the Tata Trusts, which support a diverse cluster of non-governmental organisations working in areas such as the management of natural resources, community development and livelihoods.
Coral rejuvenation in the Maldives
The Taj Group's 'reef recharge' project
The Taj Group's 'reef recharge' project began in 2011 as a joint effort by Taj Exotica Resort and Spa and Ocean Dive Maldives to increase coral coverage near the resort and encourage healthy coral growth on the local reefs. The area has already seen an increase in fauna diversity levels.
The 150-acre botanical reserve in Mithapur, Gujarat
Tata Chemicals' Botanical Reserve
On the site of its soda ash facility in Mithapur, Gujarat, Tata Chemicals created a 150-acre reserve that shelters 21 species of native plants and more than 114 species of other vegetation. It is visited by over 70 species of birds, including threatened species, and is home to monitor lizards, the rare star tortoise, jackals, wild boar and the Neelgai.
The 245-acre wetland habitat
Tata Motors' Wetland Habitat
Inside its 1,160-acre plant, in the highly urbanised Pimpri-Chinchwad industrial belt in Pune, Tata Motors has transformed a scrubby barren area into a natural wetland habitat that covers 245 acres. This green oasis in the middle of the city serves as a natural oxygen generator and a safe haven for migratory birds.
Saving The Olive Ridley
TCS has been instrumental in protecting over 6,000 turtle hatchlings.
A Sustainable Brew
Tata Consumer Products is committed to sustainable sourcing.
Flood Relief in God's Own Country
Tata Trusts and the Tata group lent a helping hand in Kerala after devastating floods of 2018
Into The Wild
How Tata companies are working to shelter and save at-risk species.