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Mumbai / Dhanbad, Sept. 18: Tata Power’s Chief Sustainability Officer Shalini Singh has been included in Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen – List of Honor for 2019. The initiative recognises women who are leading change through sustainability strategies and initiatives.
CSR Works International, the custodian for the event, has celebrated excellence in sustainability and responsible business practices in Asia through the annual Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards for over 14 years. This year, the panel chose to throw light on the increasing number of women who are driving change through sustainability leadership.
Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen is an accolade to honour and recognise the inspiring efforts of women in Asia who are leading change within and outside their organisation, at the forefront of sustainability leadership. This list was revealed at the Asia Sustainability Reporting Summit in Singapore on September 4, 2019.
The list of nominees for Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen was reviewed by an internationally distinguished jury, which looked for specific examples of strategies, programmes, initiatives or contributions resulting in noteworthy change that these women have brought for their respective organisations.