Lotus Greens takes its corporate responsibilities very seriously. We always consider how to have the
lowest possible impact whenever we take on a project. When we build, we always give back.
We’ve recently undertaken a massive forestation programme to plant 21,000 trees in the ecologically sensitive Aravalli Hills around the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar, Rajasthan.
As part of our commitment to promoting sustainability across India, we sponsored the Griha-Nasa prize, open to students
in 200 architectural colleges across India. The brief was to design a ‘school of sustainability’ and the winners were
announced at the Griha Summit in New Delhi.
With the theme of ‘Shades of Green’, we initiated the Tempest 2014 festival,where over 10,000 students came to
learn about environmental sustainability.
In order to track and measure the amount
of carbon dioxide produced during our daily
routines, we created this app that helps to
isolate ways through which we can reduce
carbon dioxide levels into the atmosphere,
and how small changes can have a
big impact on the environment.
During the 2014 general election, we ran a campaign encouraging all sections of society to use their vote. This initiative
sparked important debates throughout the election and was welcomed as a very positive step.
The Sanshil Foundation is a non-profit
organization which works towards the holistic
education of underprivileged children. Lotus
Greens has sponsored the education of young
girls under this program, which covers all their
travel expenses and education at
We have recently adopted the Rotary Institute
for Special Children, where we are providing
free, holistic education to special children
through well trained teachers. The institute’s
services enable the children to become
self-reliant, confident and resourceful.