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Sustainability

By working together to support sustainable projects and initiatives, we can make real progress to protect our planet.

Learn more about our commitment to sustainability, and discover ways you can get involved.

What we're doing

Explore the initiatives we're taking to get on the road to a more sustainable way to bank.
Our programme aims to provide access to safe water and sanitation to millions of people.
How we're helping customers switch to more sustainable ways of doing business.

Discover more about sustainability

Find out what you can do to improve your carbon footprint with our guides and articles.
Discover what Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is, why it's important, and whether it could work for your investment goals.
You can lower your carbon footprint and save money by making these 10 changes.
We're reducing our plastic waste and lowering our carbon footprint, right down to the payment cards in your wallet.
By understanding your home's energy efficiency, you'll be able to make the changes that can save you money.
If you're looking for a more sustainable mode of transport, an electric vehicle could be the right option.

Paperless banking

Manage your finances easily and securely through online banking anytime, anywhere.
Easily manage your bank accounts and credit cards on our app.
Go paperless with eStatements. Securely view and download your statements from the HSBC India Mobile Banking app.

Sustainability news and insights

Learn more about our plan to help build a thriving low-carbon economy.
What investors should anticipate ahead of COP27 and know about from the latest report by the UN's climate science body.
Following the conclusion of COP26, we highlight financial instruments that support efforts in mitigating and adapting to climate change impact.
Climate and energy ministers discussed carbon trading negotiations and climate financing targets ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).
We look at which sectors and technologies will benefit from increased funding to tackle climate change.
Following the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), these are the key issues and technologies investors should pay attention to.
The 14th annual Climate Week NY revolved around 10 themes, including energy, transport, food and agriculture, health and finance.