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Attitudes toward environmental and social issues in metropolitan India

Research Period
May 2021
# of pages
10
Agency
Intage India
Report price
Free
Target countries
  • India

Description

This report summarizes the differences in awareness of environmental and social issues revealed by consumer surveys in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, as well as the examples of CSR activities of companies in India as seen through desk research.

Summary

The topics of interest differed depending on the geography and climate of each city, with Delhi focusing on air pollution, Mumbai focusing on departmental measures and the disparity between rich and poor, and Bangalore focusing on waste plastic and sustainability.
In addition, as CSR activities are mandatory in India, Indian companies are very proactive in their CSR activities. The most common specific areas of expenditure were "education and vocational training," "hunger, poverty, and healthcare," "rural development," and "environmental measures," in that order.

Research design

・Research method: Internet survey and desk research
・Respondent criteria (Internet survey): Those who live in Delhi NCR, Bangalore and Mumbai

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