promote conservation of eco-heritage, through research
surveys and documentation: inventories of eco-systems,
biodiversity, heritage-sites, indigenous manufacturing
of processed foods, traditional healing practices and
all forms of ethno-medicine and oral knowledge systems
that contribute to sustainable life-style.
create a landscape of sacred trees, groves and medicinal
plants and traditional gardens which reflect India’s ancient
forest cultures (aranya).
teacher training programme on environmental education
participation of local and urban communities to protect
our fragile ecosystem.
public awareness about earth’s elemental cycles and our
obligation towards ecosystem management.
and maintain traditional gardens, herbariums and medicinal
plants that are under threat.
women’s empowerment through ecologically sensitive ‘green’
a local resource centre and a Green Museum for inculcating
green literacy, self-responsibility and awareness.
conduct training programmes on environmental education
and creative forms of ‘Green Literacy’ for children and
young adults, rural folk, voluntary workers and educators,
through a context-sensitive programme of Environmental
conduct courses for the academic study of Religion and
Ecology in collaboration with recognised universities
in India and abroad.
of environmental celebrations that promote bio-ethics