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Godrej & Boyce sets ambitious sustainability goals, targets 50% revenues from its ‘Good & Green’ products by 2032

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The flagship company of the Godrej Group, Mumbai-based Godrej & Boyce, has set ambitious sustainability targets for the next decade, aiming to generate 50% of its revenue from the ‘Good & Green’ product portfolio by 2032. As part of its transformative sustainability goals, the company emphasizes its commitment to making responsible choices for all Indians.

The economic opportunities associated with sustainability were highlighted by Jamshyd N Godrej, Chairman and Managing Director of Godrej & Boyce. He went on to say, “Our vision isn’t merely about growth but about sustainable progress in harmony with our planet, driven by meaningful collaborations at all levels.” Godrej outlined key achievements over the last decade and expressed optimism for the road ahead.

According to the company, Godrej & Boyce’s expanded sustainability goals include transitioning to a fully green supply chain, improving skilling programs to increase employability, and generating at least 50% of revenue from Good & Green products.

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Green products from Godrej & Boyce prioritize resource efficiency, low carbon emissions, recyclability, and the use of sustainable materials while avoiding toxic substances. Furthermore, according to the company, Good products align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), contributing to national programs in infrastructure, clean energy, and resource safety.

As the company celebrates a decade of its Good & Green ethos, Godrej & Boyce claims that this approach already accounts for more than one-third of its revenue. The sustainability targets include a 60% increase in energy productivity, a 60% reduction in carbon intensity, a 40% share of renewable energy, 100% net-zero buildings, and an 80% domestic procurement from green suppliers.