“Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” is an Indian phrase that translates to “The world is one family,” and it reflects the idea of India as a place where people from every kind of background tend to relate to each other regardless. In fact, this notion about cooperation transcends all facets of life in India, including economic development.
From the Paris Climate Change Agreement to the passing of the National Green Tribunal Act, environmental protection is one of the most widely discussed issues in today’s world. Many businesses are looking to cut down on their carbon footprint by adapting to a more sustainable business model.
India’s Sustainable Development Goals reflect the country's long-standing tradition and heritage. Prime Minister Narendra Modi noted in his speech at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit that these goals are based on the foundation laid by Mahatma Gandhi.