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Understanding Material Aspects for Stakeholders

The feedback from our stakeholders help us identify material aspects of the environmental impacts of our business. Given below is an articulation of stakeholder concerns and the corresponding material aspects and sections in the report.

Stakeholders Emerging Concerns Material aspects Sections
Employees Water scarcity in the vicinity of our operations is a major concern for our employees. A large section of our employees stay close to offices Demand management is required for water sustainability and this requires user (employee) centric behavioral interventions Water Responsible Water Program
Reducing footprint at point of generation and segregation at source requires user (employee) centric behavioral interventions Waste Pollution and Waste Management
In-campus biodiversity programs are a platform for employee engagement in conservation and citizen science areas Biodiversity Campus Biodiversity
Investors Investor led sustainability frameworks like Carbon Disclosure Project and the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) cover environmental aspects in comprehensive detail. Investors are looking at strong, proactive environmental programs from companies as part of the latter’s risk mitigation strategy Various environment aspects including Energy, Greenhouse Gas emissions, Water Abstraction, Water and Air Pollution, Solid Waste Management and Biodiversity All the sections
Customers Customers extend the boundaries of their own responsibility through their supply chain sustainability programs which requires companies to improve their social and environmental footprint. Various environment aspects but predominantly Energy and GHG Emissions All the sections
Supply Chain Trucost study on natural capital valuation points to the fact that externalities account for nearly 50% of the total environmental impact for Wipro. This is across emissions, water abstraction and pollution, air pollution, land use and waste. Supply chain engagement hence is a core element of operational environmental programs. Various environment aspects, but predominantly Energy and GHG Emissions, Water Abstraction, Water and Air Pollution, Solid Waste Management All the sections
Civil Society Government Future Generations Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC), renewable energy procurement and generation are increasingly being covered in regulations. Energy Energy Efficiency & GHG Mitigation
Biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services are primary interest areas with civil society organizations. Biodiversity Campus Biodiversisty