Environmental Care

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  1. Rain Water Harvesting

    Water shortage is considered the most dangerous outcome of environment degradation. The Art of Living has responded to this crisis by training thousands of villagers and youth to take up water-harvesting projects in their communities. Apart from conservin ...
  2. Terafil Water Filter

    T ERAFIL WATER FILTER  is a  low cost device to filter impure water into clean drinking water. The filter is developed to cater the needs for clean drinking water, especially when the water is rich in sediments, suspended particles, iron and certain micro ...
  3. Watershed Management

    The Art of Living has been undertaking water management on a large scale, especially in agrarian villages. The initiative includes educating farmers about the judicious usage of water, and teaching them to construct check dams and gabin dams that store ra ...
  4. Go Green Bahrain campaign: Environment Sustainability

    A large number of saplings were planted at the Al-Areen Wildlife Sanctuary. To combat global warming, youngsters planted 50 Simarouba Glauca saplings on the Al Fateh coast, Manama in February 2007. These youngsters then pledged to tend to the trees for a ...
  5. Cleanup Australia Day

    On Sunday, March 7, 2010, twenty Art of Living volunteers in Sydney joined hands with the organizers of Clean Up Australia to contribute to the nation’s largest environment event – Clean Up Australia Day. A park in the area was selected and volunteers got ...
  6. Stand Up and Take Action

    Youth leaders from the Art of Living Foundation joined the United Nation’ s STAND UP TAKE ACTION Campaign in October 2008 in an effort to raise awareness of the UN Millennium Development Goals. This collective effort empowered more than two thousand stude ...
  7. Haiti Reforestation Project

    Challenge The Haiti Reforestation Project was born out of a need to rehabilitate the environmental crisis in the country. Estimates suggest that 98 percent of Haiti’s forests have been cut. The Republic of Haiti is the least-developed country in the Weste ...
  8. The Ashram Goshala: A Hub of Activities

    0 Indigenous Cows Are Protected in the Goshala  Friendly, Affectionate & Energetic Taking care of cows is rewarding and lots of fun! The indigenous cows are very affectionate, alert and friendly. They demand lots of love and attention, and love to be ...
  9. The Art of Living Goshala- Preserving Indigenous Cows

    Goshala: A Valuable Shelter ‘Go’ (pronounced ‘gau’) means cow, and ‘shala’ means shelter. Until recent times every village in India had a goshala. Even today every villager who can afford it, keeps at least one cow. Some have related the high suicide rate ...
  10. Natueco farming (Nature Ecological Farming)

    Natueco farming follows the principles of eco-system networking of nature in our farming system. It is different from organic or natural farming both in philosophy and practice. It offers an alternative to the commercial, heavily chemical's technique ...
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