Our Impact

Our Outreach
  • 5,500

    Total employees engaged over 3 years

  • 10

    Cities

  • 65

    Communities

  • 1,529

    Total family/friends engaged

Waste Management

Rural women in Assam

Mumbai

1000 households were impacted through door to door campaigns, clean up drives, shop to shop awareness drives; 
CRISIL employees also restored the beach front, cleaning more than 5000 kilos of garbage at Dadar Chowpatty; more than 30 kilos of waste at Powai Lake.

Rural women in Rajasthan

Gurugram

Frequent littering in public places and limited waste management infrastructure in Kanhai community adopted to drive behavioral change of the community towards healthy living practices, waste management and segregation at source. 80% water logging problem in the community were addressed as a result of constant awareness and advocacy. Residents have stopped littering in the public areas, thus preventing water logging. Approximately 87,000 community members benefited from the project within a year.

Rural women in Assam

Pune

Mula Road, a disadvantaged community in Pune consisting of 600 families, faced several challenges of sanitation and hygiene. CRISIL RE addressed the community’s needs for waste management, enabling:
(a) Construction of 5 compost pits 
(b) Regular cleanliness drives 
(c) Increased awareness and participation in waste segregation and management 
(d) Reduction in littering in the slum and surrounding areas

Rural women in Rajasthan

Chennai

1000+ kgs of waste collected though coastal clean-ups.

To arrest hazards of garbage flowing into water bodies, CRISIL has conducted clean-up drives at Elliot's Beach (end-point of the Marina Beach shore), which sees heavy footfalls. Employee volunteers have also cleaned up the connecting beach stretch, Thirivanmiyur.

Mudichur Lake, one of the largest in Chennai, bore the brunt of encroachment resulting in massive floods in 2015. Consequently, for the past two years, CRISIL RE has been restoring the lake through clean-up drives around the water body. 

Environment Conservation

POTENTIAL TO OFFSET MORE THAN 3900 MTCO2e over the next 15 years

 

In 2018, CRISIL undertook a geo-tagging & carbon sequestration exercise with Center for Environmental Conservation & Education (CERE) to analyse the impact of more than 16000 trees planted across India. The study has shown that trees planted have the potential to offset 3921.12 metric tonnes (MT) of carbon dioxide over the next 15 years, equivalent to the carbon footprint of 2300 humans.

Rural women in Rajasthan

Ahmedabad

60 trees at Behrampura Municipal School with the school now maintaining the trees. Neem trees were planted and tree guards were provided.

Rural women in Assam

Bengaluru

710 trees in Annur Village. The local panchayat has taken up the onus of maintaining these trees.

Rural women in Rajasthan

Chennai

400 trees at Besant Nagar Beach, Kuppam Beach, Kotturpuram and Velacherry. CRISIL has committed to maintaining the trees for 3 years.

 

Rural women in Assam

Kolkata

100 plants were planted in Santoshpur in partnership with SEED, maintained by local authorities

Rural women in Rajasthan

Pune


Aundh - 1000 trees in Aundh cantonment, which are being maintained by CRISIL for 3 years

Hanuman Tekdi - 250 trees, which are being maintained by CRISIL for 3 years

Chattusrunghi Hills - 1250 trees on Chatusrunghi Hills, which are being maintained by CRISIL for 3 years.CRISIL has also helped in drip irrigation set up, trench measurement, and grass cutting.

Khadakwasla - The Khadakwasla lake (a reservoir), created from one of the largest and oldest dams of the same name, is the main source of water for Pune and its suburbs. CRISIL RE has planted 1000 trees to prevent soil erosion around the area, and beautify the periphery of the dam.

Rural women in Assam

Gurugram


Kanhai - 250 trees at Kanhai village, which are being maintained by CRISIL for 3 years

Aravali Biodiversity Park - 3000 trees maintained by CRISIL for three years. CRISIL has also helped in drip irrigation set up, sapling transplantation, leaf mould preparation and tagging trees.

Rural women in Rajasthan

Mumbai


Powai - 50 trees being maintained by CRISIL for 3 years

Bhandup and Airoli - 4000 saplings in mangroves at Bhandup and Airoli

Vishwagadh village - 6000 trees maintained by CRISIL for three years. CRISIL has also set up a borewell pump for watering the trees.

Rabale - To increase green cover in a designated forest land at Rabale MIDC (Navi Mumbai), CRISIL RE planted 3000 trees in the area

Rural women in Assam

Argentina

In April 2018, CRISIL and S& P Market Intelligence partnered to plant 50 trees at Paseo de la Costa, in the vicinity of CRISIL’s office.

Solar Electrification

Rural women in Assam

Savings in Chennai – Rs.300 per month as compared to kerosene lamps

 

Light in areas suffering limited power supply of 2 hours a day

 

Street lights enabling security for girls residing at a shelter in the vicinity

 

Outreach 200 homes (Gurugram), 25 homes (Chennai), 100 households (Mumbai), 13 street lights (Pune)