While rapid economic development and urbanization should be seen as positive results of investing in the Indian economy, the unfortunate reality is that, India's vast natural resources and environment are degrading at a rapid rate. From improper planning of development activities and setting up of polluting industrial units to rigorous agricultural practices and incongruous consumption patterns have been contributing factors towards creating an imbalance in the relationship between people and ecosystems.
As responsible and law abiding corporate citizens, we believe our task lies in preserving global environment through recycling and conserving at every stage of our products life cycle by enhancing research, design, production, sales and disposal. It gives us immense joy to say that all Honda plants have received ISO 14001:2015 Standard certification by December 2017. However, after achieving standards of excellence in resource management and conservation within our organisation we wished to expand our vision of 'Zero greenhouse emissions and unhindered mobility amongst our communities. Thus, we designed our outreach campaigns in alignment to United Nation's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. To build a sustainable and greener future we have aligned our CSR initiatives with Sustainability Goal 6 of Clean Water and Sanitation, Goal 13 of Climate Action and Goal 15 of Life on Land.