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The Green Rating Project (GRP) is an effort to rate industrial units within a specific sector on the basis of their environment friendliness. The project aims at encouraging companies to adopt better environment management policies. Environment risk liability is an issue that is gaining increasing attention in Indian company’s boardroom.

Reasons for pro-activeness:
International financial institutions and investors are keen to know more about the potential liability they could be involved in by investing in emerging markets like India, which lacks in environmental commitments. Investors associate poor social and environmental performance with financial risks and liabilities.

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Green Rating Project

 
Thermal Power Sector
Iron and Steel Sector
Automobile Sector
Cement Sector
Chlor-Alkali Sector
Pulp & Paper Sector

 

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July 8, 2016: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organized a roundtable inviting pollution control equipment manufacturers on Thursday to discuss various technology options available to meet the recently notified emission limiting standards for coal based power plants. 

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video CSE releases green rating of thermal power sector

Streamed live on Feb 21, 2015 CSE to release its Green Rating of coal-fired thermal power plants 47 plants – almost 50% of the industry total – rated by CSE’s Green Rating Programme

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