Tata Motors has transformed 245 acres of a scrubby, barren area within its Pune plant into a natural wetland habitat, where 150,000 trees have been planted. The wetland attracts more than 150 species of birds and around 60 types of butterflies.
Coral Rebirth, Taj Group, Maldives
Since 2011, the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa's ‘reef recharge’ project has placed 200 metal frames, designed to spur new coral growth, in an area near the resort. The area is already seeing a spurt in diversity levels, with plenty more fish and turtles visiting it.
A Haven of Biodiversity, Tata Chemicals, Gujarat, India
Tata Chemicals' 150-acre botanical reserve shelters 31 species of native plants and more than 114 species of other vegetation. It is visited by some 90 species of birds, and is home to monitor lizards, snakes, hedgehog, mongoose, civet, the rare star tortoise, hare, jackals, wild boar, striped hyena and the Neelgai.