Hindustan Zinc released a report on climate change
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Hindustan Zinc released a report on climate change

Hindustan Zinc Ltd. announced on Monday the release of a report aimed at identifying nature-related risks and aiding the company in developing sustainable strategies to address climate change. According to a statement, the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) report details dependencies, impacts, risks, and opportunities related to nature. It allows for an evaluation of the company's direct operations and the critical supply chain's impact on nature.

The company stated that the report supports the identification of nature-related risks and assists in the formulation of sustainable strategies. These strategies are focused on both mitigating and adapting to climate change, the statement added.

"The launch of India's first TNFD report demonstrates our dedication to responsible environmental stewardship. We are actively engaged in initiatives for decarbonisation and environmental conservation, as exemplified by our efforts in nature protection. By integrating sustainability across all aspects of our business, we aim to generate enduring value for stakeholders while contributing to a healthier planet," remarked Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra.

In indirect speech, it could be rendered as follows: Hindustan Zinc Ltd. announced on Monday that it had released a report aimed at identifying nature-related risks and assisting the company in developing sustainable strategies to tackle climate change. According to a statement, the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) report outlines dependencies, impacts, risks, and opportunities related to nature, allowing an assessment of the company's direct operations and critical supply chain's impact on nature.

The company stated that the report supports the identification of nature-related risks and assists in the formulation of sustainable strategies. These strategies are focused on both mitigating and adapting to climate change, the statement added.

"The launch of India's first TNFD report demonstrates our dedication to responsible environmental stewardship," remarked Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra. "We are actively engaged in initiatives for decarbonisation and environmental conservation, as exemplified by our efforts in nature protection. By integrating sustainability across all aspects of our business, we aim to generate enduring value for stakeholders while contributing to a healthier planet."

Hindustan Zinc Ltd. announced on Monday the release of a report aimed at identifying nature-related risks and aiding the company in developing sustainable strategies to address climate change. According to a statement, the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) report details dependencies, impacts, risks, and opportunities related to nature. It allows for an evaluation of the company's direct operations and the critical supply chain's impact on nature. The company stated that the report supports the identification of nature-related risks and assists in the formulation of sustainable strategies. These strategies are focused on both mitigating and adapting to climate change, the statement added. The launch of India's first TNFD report demonstrates our dedication to responsible environmental stewardship. We are actively engaged in initiatives for decarbonisation and environmental conservation, as exemplified by our efforts in nature protection. By integrating sustainability across all aspects of our business, we aim to generate enduring value for stakeholders while contributing to a healthier planet, remarked Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra. In indirect speech, it could be rendered as follows: Hindustan Zinc Ltd. announced on Monday that it had released a report aimed at identifying nature-related risks and assisting the company in developing sustainable strategies to tackle climate change. According to a statement, the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) report outlines dependencies, impacts, risks, and opportunities related to nature, allowing an assessment of the company's direct operations and critical supply chain's impact on nature. The company stated that the report supports the identification of nature-related risks and assists in the formulation of sustainable strategies. These strategies are focused on both mitigating and adapting to climate change, the statement added. The launch of India's first TNFD report demonstrates our dedication to responsible environmental stewardship, remarked Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra. We are actively engaged in initiatives for decarbonisation and environmental conservation, as exemplified by our efforts in nature protection. By integrating sustainability across all aspects of our business, we aim to generate enduring value for stakeholders while contributing to a healthier planet.

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