Mr Arupendra Nath Mullick

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Mr Arupendra Nath Mullick
Area Convenor, TERI Council for Business Sustainability

With 15 years of professional experience, Arupendra Nath Mullick leads inter-disciplinary research teams to undertake varied initiatives pertaining to sustainable development, corporate social responsibility and climate change for Indian businesses. His role extends beyond project management and includes knowledge sharing, networking and communications. As the Area Convenor of TERI Council for Business Sustainability, Mr Mullick develops sustainability roadmaps and steer CXO level engagements for Fortune 500 companies to articulate the business case of sustainability. He has led development of several collaboration and partnership for the Institute. He has trained mid-level corporate sector executives, Railway Officers, government officials and CAG Auditors on varied subjects viz. GHG accounting, waste management, climate financing etc. He has led development of first-of-its kind sustainability dashboard for a NSE-listed chemical sector client to align sustainability goals with its business objectives and measure progress of sustainability performance. He has led development of DMRC’s sustainability roadmap enabling them earn advantage points in the benchmarking conducted for the CoMET network. He delivers training sessions on Environmental Management Systems confirming to the requirements of ISO 14001:2004 and on Sustainability Reporting as per GRI G3.1 and G4 guidelines. In addition, he has several research papers and presentations at various national and international fora to his credit, pertaining to business sustainability and mainstreaming environmental management. Mr Mullick holds a MBA degree with specialization on Environment Management from Indian Institute of Social Welfare & Business Management (IISWBM) and advanced certificates on “Strengthening Urban Management in India” and "Public-Private Partnership" from World Bank Institute, Washington DC and UNDP, Johannesburg & IHE, Netherlands respectively.