Doing nothing is not an option of our life!
A green and peaceful future is our quest. We are committed to improving the local environment in our community by fostering partnerships with area businesses, community leaders and our neighbors to create a cleaner, safe place to live and work.
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ONLY 19% ARABLE LANDS ARE OCCUPIED BY SMALLHOLDER FARMERS,
From 2002 to 2020, India lost 328kha of humid primary forest, making up 19% of its total tree cover loss in the same time period.
Total area of humid primary forest in India decreased by 3.2% in this time period.
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Total Num Of Plants Roped & Replaced By Us
We have proud on Green Bird Community members who have contributed to our mission: Planting & Conserving 10M trees in the most needed areas of the country and building global awareness of reforestation.
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what we do:
We promote a new water culture that allows the sustainable management of water resources and guarantees the universal human right to access to the water and sanitation needed for a dignified and healthy life..
We are professional resource organization engaged in establishing models of sustainable agriculture.
Our current energy and food production systems are poisoning our bodies greatly. We are working to spread awareness and provide technical support to promote organic farming.
Through workshops and various activities, we are creating awareness among parents and local communities about the importance of education.
latest news & Articles
people in India do not have access to a safe source of drinking water.
Today, we reel under the worst water crisis ever. It is necessary to work towards solutions and help prevent the crisis
households in India lack handwshing facilities with soap and water.
Practicing good hygiene is essential both during a pandemic and at all other times to prevent infections
[Worldwide]- 838 million: don't have access to enough freshwater to meet their basic needs of drinking, cooking and cleaning.
It is essential to act quickly and now is the time to achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all