In collaboration with UNEP, GIST Advisory is conducting a study on the trade-off between ecosystem services and food security in Punjab, India. This is a part of a project jointly conducted in India and Cuba by the UNEP. Involving a main report, training manual and workshops, the study focuses on capacity building and enabling policymakers make decisions related to food security issues on the basis of such trade-offs.
On behalf of the Centre for Social Markets (CSM) and the Karnataka’s Growers Federation (KGF), GIST Advisory conducted a preliminary assessment of the impacts of coffee cultivation on biodiversity and ecosystem services and local economic development, in the Western Ghats region of Karnataka. The objective of the study was to promote sustainability and resilience in the Indian coffee sector, in the face of multiple challenges including climate change and market pressures on the livelihoods of the local populations.
GIST Advisory Pvt. Ltd. helped assess the positive externalities of India's leading software company, Infosys, through its staff training and the valuation of human capital it creates; and facilitated in the disclosure of the total value of human capital and human capital externality generated by Infosys in its financial accounts.
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