eSF Won The Coveted Paryaavaran Mitra Award
2nd February 2019
eArth Samvarta Foundation has been awarded the Paryaavaran Mitra Award on the occasion of the World Wetland Day on 2nd February 2019.
For this, we extend our gratitude towards the Uttar Pradesh government and the district administration to have recognized and appreciated our efforts.
eArth Samvarta Foundation mainly works to find sustainable solutions to the two biggest challenges that threaten our world- Environmental Degradation and Climate Change. We do this by working on an intersection of public policy consultation and ground action.
Ayodhya Clean Up Drive
29th January 2019
The morning of 27th January 2019 saw one of the largest clean-up events in Ayodhya when around 200 people arrived to carry forward the cause of Swachh Saryu River at Guptar Ghat. The clean up was organized by eArth Samvarta Foundation (eSF), a premier organization working for environmental conservation through grassroots action and public policy consulting. The event was powered by Bank of Baroda.
The highly diverse volunteer group consisted of government officials, teachers, students, engineers, doctors and more. eSF’s strategy to conserve the Saryu River follows the “Community Driven River Conservation” model, so the core organizing volunteers consisted of boatmen, fishermen, and women entrepreneurs from the low-income community in the Saryu River ecosystem.
Mumbai: Clean-up activity at Girgaum Chowpatty Beach
27th January 2019
eArth Samvarta Foundation (eSF) organized a clean up of Girgaum Chowpatty on 27 January in partnership with BMC with the dynamic leadership of Assistant Commissioner (D Ward, BMC) Mr. Vishwas P. Mote.
The cleanup event at Girgaum Chowpatty beach was aimed to raise awareness of responsible waste disposal behavior including segregation at source.
Western Railway’s Jagjivan Ram Hospital Celebrated
16th June 2018
On the occasion of World Environment Day, Western Railway’s Jagjivan Ram Hospital partnered with eArth Samvarta Foundation to hold a weeklong awareness programme to spread awareness on important environmental issues.
The week-long programme was inaugurated by B R Dhareshwer, Principal Chief Medical Director of Western Railway on World Environment Day.