Environmental Care

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  1. Rich Land, Rich Crops, Rich Hands

      Click to enlarge infographic Farmers in India, who feed the whole country, don't have much for themselves. India is losing more than 2,000 farmers every single day, as villagers migrate to cities in search of better jobs. Nearly a quarter of a mill ...
  2. Rivers In Maharashtra Get A New Lease Of Life

    It is a rejuvenation of a different kind. The Art of Living, which is better known for rejuvenating harried souls across the globe, has embarked on a unique rejuvenation program to instill life into “dying” rivers of Maharashtra. As part of its Jal Jagr ...
  3. Rejuvenating River Naganadhi

    5 years ago, Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu was a familiar terrain of lush green. Yet, the story is completely different today with pockets of barren land and significant loss of water – the source of such fertility. Unscientific handling of resources a ...
  4. The True Pilgrims

    More than 1200 people from Kerala have joined the Art of Living Pampa River Cleaning Project. In February, 2014 an elephant was found dead in the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The post-mortem revealed huge piles of waste — including polythene bags, aluminum fo ...
  5. Community Intervention for Environment Sustainability

    Chemical-free Farming What did we do? The Art of Living, through the Sri Sri Institute of Agricultural Sciences & Technology trust (SSIAST), has taken up the program of agricultural development that will be economic, sustainable, and eco-friendly Th ...
  6. Earth Life

    Life can only come out of life and only life can sustain life. Our environment is our first sheath, followed by physical body, mind, intuitive sheath or subtle environment and the Self.. We have to cater to all the five sheaths. The Earth changes consta ...
  7. Environmental Care

    Indigenous Specie Protection Restoring homes to indigenous fauna – Australia Environmental Care Sri Sri Beejkosh (Seed Bank) The Art of Living Foundation, with its roots in spirituality, has nurtured a deep respect for our planet in thousands of people ...
  8. The Art of Living Goshala- Preserving Indigenous Cows

    Treat Time: Sanjoy Majumdar, the caretaker, feeds calves Indian bread. Sunbathing is a favorite pastime. Nothing like a good massage: It also improves their milk output. Cows don’t enjoy being doused in water, but they love to frisk and prance outdoors ...
  9. A breakthrough in sustainable farming

    Permaculture, a term said to be defined in reference to the need for a permanent or sustainable system of agriculture, is being experimented all over the world across difference climatic and geographic zones and has recently come to the city in the form ...
  10. The Kumudvathi River Rejuvenation Project

    Bangalore city’s drinking water needs are set to reach 22.68 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) by 2015, while as of now the river Cauvery would only be able to supply 17.22 TMC. Moreover, the Tippagondanahalli reservoir, located just outside the city at t ...
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