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Only One Earth. A slogan that was created for the 1972 Stockholm Conference, holds true even today 50 years later. This planet is our one and only home. Which is why, the theme for World Environment Day 2022 is “Only One Earth” with the focus on “Living Sustainably in Harmony with Nature”. The campaign advocates transformative environmental change on a global scale, from sustainable fashion to climate crisis to fighting pollution. This is the time, where we should not only introspect into our individual consumption choices, but come together for collective action as well.


To align with the objectives of #OnlyOneEarth, we are committing to “Living Sustainably” – by taking considered steps every day to ensure a better, greener, and sustainable tomorrow, today. We accomplish this by replenishing water resources, restoring biodiversity, lowering emissions, embedding circularity and much more. We aim to achieve a sustainable future not only for ourselves, but for generations to come.


  25516   will be planted

Expressing our heartfelt gratitude for making #PledgeToPlant a huge success.

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The 2022 World Environment Day #OnlyOneEarth calls for collective, transformative action on a larger scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet.

To encourage and promote ‘Everyone, everywhere to live sustainably’, we are organising Greenathon (a run event) at JRD Tata Sports complex, Jamshedpur on June 4, 2022 from 6:00 am to 7:00 am (IST).

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Our Initiatives

Commissioned India’s first plant for CO2 capture from Blast Furnace gas at Jamshedpur

Commissioned India’s first Steel Scrap Recycling Plant in Rohtak, Haryana

Becomes the first steel producer in the world to join the Sea Cargo Charter (SCC) to reduce ‘Scope 3’ greenhouse gas emissions in ocean trade

‘First-of-its-kind in the world’ trial for continuous injection of Coal Bed Methane (CBM) in Blast Furnace to reduce emissions

Completes maiden multi-modal shipment of TMT bars from West Bengal to Assam via Indo-Bangladesh Protocol Route

Used Inland Waterways to transport machinery for its Kalinganagar plant, becomes the first Steel Company in Odisha to use inland waterways for transportation

Deploys its first Bio-Fuel powered ship for imported raw material transportation, a first in the Indian Steel Industry

Pioneered the deployment of Electric Vehicles for transportation of finished steel in the country

Regenerated forests over 126-hectare area at Noamundi: Implemented progressive reclamation, enabled the restored mined area to become a habitat for local birds and animal species