Environment

UN Sustainable Development Goal 15; Protect, Restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.

The entire ecosystem i.e. the interaction of all living species, climate, weather and natural resources that affect human survival and economic activity makes up our environment. An ideal environment is what we strive to achieve fighting various challenges like air pollution, afforestation and waste management.

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Plantation: One tree alone produces enough oxygen for four people while not only absorbing carbon dioxide but also absorbing pollutant gases such as nitrogen oxides, ozone, ammonia, sulfur dioxide. Huge Plantation Drives are carried out regularly across schools, colleges & various RWAs every year by our Foundation to help increase the Green cover of Delhi-NCR.

Our latest ongoing project, under the initiation of  State bank of India (SBI), we are planting 3000 trees along the banks of River Yamuna in the Delhi NCR region. Trees being planted here are: Arjun, Bargad, Peepal, Neem and Papri.

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Landscaping: Under a JSL CSR initiative we are restoring, maintaining and developing an urban park in Hisar, Haryana. After 3 years of constant care and attention, the park today has a daily footfall of hundreds of enthusiastic people. A glimpse of our journey has been documented in our book, "PARKING a difference"... 

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Air pollution- Stubble burning: We are converting stubble (a major air pollutant) along with a few natural ingredients into eco-friendly planters. 

 

 

Tyre Furniture: Eye-catching, cost-effective, eco-friendly, rust and termite proof furniture and other

useful products like planters ​are created out of discarded tyres. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waste management solutions: Our efforts to achieve Zero tolerance to any kind of waste - food, dry flowers, leaves and construction debris. The process includes extensive public awareness along with treatment plants for converting the waste to useful by-products.