The earth is all we have in common and from the last several decades' many things have been degrading our mother earth & its resources. Protecting the environment is the moral duty, rather it’s not only protecting the environment, indirectly it is about protecting ourselves from a major loss. Keeping this vision, Environmental Forum of India, NGO rooted their efforts from a place called Baramati in Maharashtra State. Since its inception in 2009, the main perspective was to conserve mother nature and serving the community through various ways for the betterment of society. Under the visionary leadership of president Hon. Sunetra Pawar, Forum undertook many activities from multiple domains. The prominent activities that proved to be the epitome of forums present-day success are environmental awareness, water conservation projects, plantation drives, science fairs, environmental awareness through culture activities, Eye camps for people, Eco-friendly Ganesh Utsav, Vasundhara Puraskar, Pratibimb programs, Health kit distribution to Palkhi and many more. 'Consistency and continuity is the key', is what the path Environmental Forum of India walks on and with this regards most of the activities are carried out every year. Environmental Forum of India aims to spread environmental awareness on a larger scale and also provide a platform for dialogues & discussions between locals and government officials, entrepreneurs, academicians, members of environmental movements and media. Come join us for making the world a better place to live.
President, Environmental forum of India
The world is undergoing through repercussions of global warming on the environment. The same thing is adversely affecting our country. Not only the country is affected by global warming and changes to the environment but also our locality has its diversified problems like drought, Environmental calamities, etc leading to ecological catastrophe. This aftermath is affecting the sustainability of common people living in these areas, their development and socio-economic growth. The prominent challenge is the lack of environmental awareness among the largely rural community residing in these remote places of India. Identifying the severity of this issue we founded “Environmental Forum of India”, an NGO to save and conserve nature, conserve water, the betterment of people and sustainable development. The main ethical principle of forum is to achieve the aim with the active participation of the local rural community. Our team is fully dedicated to this cause and have implemented various programs for this noble initiative in remote areas of Maharashtra.
Our Vision: Our environment, nature is our first home. Our vision is to conserve environment and reverse the degradation of mother earth and make the earth a better place to live
Our Aim: We aim to provide environmental awareness through the various program, environmental uplifting through various yearly activities and community sustainable development