Green Impact

Thank You

Your contribution to help off-set the carbon footprint created by this event is greatly appreciated.
The carbon credits secured will be used to support the Clean Water in Cambodia Project and Wind Power in Karnataka.

Clean Water in Cambodia Project

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Currently, the absence of treated water and inadequate sanitation contribute to a significant health burden, resulting in an estimated 10 million cases of diarrhea and 10,000 deaths annually, primarily affecting children in rural areas in Cambodia. Hydrologic, a social enterprise, has made substantial progress by providing ceramic water purifiers to nearly two million Cambodians. These filters enable families to access safe drinking water, eliminating the need for water boiling, which in turn reduces indoor air pollution from wood burning, lowers household fuel expenses, saves time for women and children, and safeguards Cambodia's vulnerable forests.

The project not only addresses the water crisis but also generates employment opportunities in rural areas through filter manufacturing and distribution. Hydrologic emphasizes gender diversity, with women comprising 47% of its workforce, including 60% of top-level managers and 60% of the rural sales force. To enhance accessibility, the organization collaborates with a microfinance institution, offering filters on credit to make them more affordable for a wider range of Cambodians.

Wind Power in Karnataka:


This initiative supports the use of Wind power, which is a clean and renewable source of energy that can help to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. It comprises of 30 wind turbine generators generating 2 MW each, harnessing wind energy for clean electricity. The project's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives extend to over 50 villages, impacting around 30,000 lives across 7 Indian states. Notably, the endeavour has facilitated the construction of approximately 220 km of roads and over 550 km of transmission lines, enhancing connectivity and electricity distribution. The project has also generated employment for over 3,000 individuals in remote areas. Specific undertakings include providing furniture to a local secondary school, installing a water tank with a purifier at a police station, conducting tree plantation drives, supporting cancer-affected children through the "Adopt a Child" initiative, organizing medical eye camps, and contributing to local school building painting. The project has directly employed 31 individuals, including 20 local hires.