Zarir De Vitre

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Zarir leads the Food Futures Initiative at ATREE’s Centre for Social and Environmental Innovation (CSEI). With over a decade of experience in the sustainability field, he has advised and supported corporate and nonprofit clients with a range of services, including sustainability strategy, corporate social responsibility, research, communications and reporting.

Previously, he worked at the Tata Sustainability Group, EY and the Mahindra Group. He has a master’s degree in Environment and Development from King’s College, London and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Knox College.


Articles by Zarir De Vitre


Boy in school uniform wearing face mask

June 4, 2019
Air pollution: We aren’t doing enough
The government’s National Clean Air Programme is a good first step in its ‘war against pollution’. However, given the absence of a legal framework, and ambiguity around implementation, we are unlikely to be breathing safe air anytime soon.
Paresh Rawal Andaz Apna Apna

February 25, 2019
Fake it till you make it, just like Amar and Prem in Andaz Apna Apna
Struggling to get ahead? Take a page out of the Andaz Andaz Apna handbook on reaching your goals, no matter how outlandish.
Lion King_nonprofit playlist

June 11, 2018
A nonprofit playlist to help you get through life
You have a workout playlist. A chill-out playlist. A stuck-in-traffic-and-need-to-stop-yourself-from-exploding-with-road-rage playlist. Well, now you have a nonprofit playlist too. You're welcome.
Black Panther

February 26, 2018
9 superpowers you wish you had at a development conference
Conferences—we can’t live with or without them. But what if we had superpowers to help us get through the most annoying parts?
game of thrones logo

September 4, 2017
If Game of Thrones were about nonprofit life
Game of Thrones is, at its heart, about philanthropy and social impact. Okay, maybe not. But in the midst of dragons, dynasties and death there are truths about nonprofit life. Trust us, you need not be a GoT fan to appreciate them.
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