Earth Forward—a series of thought-provoking ESG dialogues held in three cities—brought together visionaries and changemakers to deliberate on building a better world
Recently, in collaboration with The Economic Times, we held Earth Forward, a series of interesting ESG dialogues in Bengaluru, Gurugram and Mumbai. Earth Forward brought together visionaries, thought leaders and changemakers to deliberate on building a better world for people, businesses and communities.
After a thought-provoking first leg at Ecoworld, Bengaluru, the dialogue travelled to Candor TechSpace, Sector 48, Gurugram. The third session was held at One South Avenue, Powai, in the heart of Mumbai. The first two sessions dealt with policymaking and communities respectively. The final session focussed on the role of organizations and how they can be harbingers of change.
The panel discussions featured names such as water conservationist and environmentalist Anand Malligavad (‘Lakeman of India’), Sonam Wangchuk, a renowned education reformer, and Swami Prem Parivartan, whose organization has planted more than 20 million trees across India, along with top leaders from multinational companies and Brookfield Properties. The panelists held forth on range of topics, from measuring ESG impact for investors to mastering ESG frameworks.
At Brookfield Properties, sustainability isn’t just a slogan. It lies at the very heart of how we do business. Our target of reaching Net Zero by 2040 exemplifies our commitment to ESG values. With initiatives such as Earth Forward, we are accelerating a future that will be defined by environmental consciousness, social responsibility and robust governance practices.