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As ESG gets popularity, AIMA will provide a course on sustainable management

The All India Management Association (AIMA), an industry-led management federation, wants to offer a course on sustainable management as climate mitigation, ESG, and conscious capitalism gain traction

According to AIMA, there is an increasing need to incorporate sustainability into existing business strategies. “In terms of operational efficiency and needs, sustainability entrepreneurship is a new breed in the world of entrepreneurship.” As the concept of sustainability spreads across industries such as banking, healthcare, manufacturing, and construction. According to AIMA, “more organisations will turn to sustainability managers to tackle difficult sustainability concerns.”

Sustainability managers work at the intersection of the environment, society, economy, and culture, assisting stakeholders in learning about practises that are most destructive to the environment and devising methods to mitigate them. As a result, responsible leadership with a focus on environmental issues is becoming more important.

The All India Management Association (AIMA), an industry-led management federation, wants to offer sustainable management courses as interest in climate mitigation, ESG, and conscious capitalism develops. “This course gives in-depth knowledge of the many technologies and techniques required for sustainable development,” according to the course description. Its fundamental goal is to provide the knowledge and expertise required to preserve a harmonious balance of people, the environment, and interests. It’s about sharing knowledge and skills, according to AIMA, who added that industry professionals, non-governmental organisations, and government officials working in the subject of sustainability may all benefit.

“The nature and scope of managing sustainability has changed substantially in recent years, making this course much more relevant.” Ecosystems both old and new, such as sustainable firms and social enterprises. “It’s because of the economic model,” he explained. Climate change, pollution, energy consumption, and trash creation are all critical and coordinated global challenges, according to policy advocate and Sustainable Advance founder Nayan Mitra. Stated. Mitra is in charge of AIMA’s course offerings.

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