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Why Sporting needs to be Sustainable

Why Sporting needs to be Sustainable

That sporting adds to physical and mental well-being is clear and obvious; there is an added advantage in sporting, which is about communities coming together. More than anything else, international sporting events are massive community outreach, community building, and programs where people are interested in something other than themselves. The sheer amount of resources that are put together and the number of stakeholders involved in crystallizing these events and bringing them to the living rooms of millions of interested fans are enormous and these are international players, clubs, media, hospitality partners, marketing partners, hosting partners, spectators, and even governments.  Now,...

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Our Sustainability Highlights

Our Sustainability Highlights

Our sustainability journey started in 1943 with the decision to use natural fibres for our products.  In the last 7 decades, we have progressed towards better business practices and we are glad to list a few of the sustainability highlights here.   Choosing 100% natural & sustainable fabrics by 2030: Using natural or recycled fabrics is the most important step. It helps reduce the negative environmental impact right from the beginning. By this, we are directly supporting United Nations Decades on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030. Green Manufacturing Process: Apart from being entirely dependent on renewables for electricity, keeping a transparent and...

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Our Carbon-Neutral Journey

Our Carbon-Neutral Journey

Chorus is rising on climate pledges; however, there is concern about the gap between target setting and action. We did not want to do a lot of talking on this and decided to take action. As we have been working on reducing our environmental footprint for years, we decided to take a plunge into assessing the gap.  Upon assessing our emissions for manufacturing and also some of our Supply Chain emissions, we realized that we could do the last mile push and achieve the status. Why we need to achieve a Carbon Neutral Status is threefold.  To disclose our emissions...

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Our Journey of Sustainability Reporting

Our Journey of Sustainability Reporting

Our sustainability journey started over half a century ago, in 1965, when we introduced Sisal manufacturing by our parent company NC John and Sons. Our further search for recycled materials led us to diversify into garments, and this journey took us towards natural materials such as organic cotton, bamboo, and sustainable rPET. Recently, we officially launched NC John Garments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NC John & Sons. While traversing this journey, we have launched India’s first sustainable corporate wear brand, Unmoda Corporate Wear. At NC John, we have worked with many well-known brands globally. Our focus has been on building...

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