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PKF India partners with Carbon Trust for sustainability services in India

PKF Indian member firms have formed an alliance with Carbon Trust in order to provide sustainable services for Indian businesses.

The Carbon trust helps businesses to measure and certify their environmental impacts and to develop sustainability strategies. India is the seventh country where the Carbon Trust is setting a permanent presence after UK, Mexico, Brazil, China, South Africa and the USA.

PKF Group India chairman Sankaran Santhanakrishnan said: “We believe that environmental advisory and facilitation services in transforming entities to become climate conscious and commercially viable are the future needs of Corporate India. We also consider this diverse field of service as one of our several initiatives we undertake to uphold our constant commitment to social and public causes in the region. We are hence delighted to be working in collaboration with a world-leading and trusted expert in sustainable strategies, the Carbon Trust, and look forward to providing these services to Indian companies.”

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