Links to Other Sites About Environment Conservation We have put together a list of websites committed to the cause of preventing environment pollution. Feel free to browse to any of them, however Paryavaran Mitra is not responsible for the content on these websites.

  1. Indian Environmental Society (IES)
    Indian Environmental Society (IES), a non-profit development organization, has been promoting Environmental Improvement Initiatives in India since 1972.
  2. Greenpeace
    Welcome to Greenpeace India. Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
  3. Tarumitra
    Tarumitra, meaning “Friends of Trees” in Hindi and Sanskrit, is a student movement to protect and promote a healthy environment on Earth. Started by students in Patna, India in 1988, the movement has spread into hundreds of high schools and colleges all over India.
  4. Aims India
    AIMS India organization was started by a handful of energetic, motivated, committed individuals in the Washington DC area with the goal of achieving a better society in India.
  5. Wildlife Institute of India
    For WII based Dehradun, it was a challenging task, particularly when education in forest management had nothing on wildlife, and wildlife science itself had not yet been established as a subject of any significance in the university education curriculum.
  6. Yamuna Action Plan (YAP)
    Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) for water pollution abatement and conservation of the river Yamuna, one of major tributaries of the river Ganga, by the National River Conservation Directorate (NRCD)
  7. Clean Cities
    The Clean Cities Program supports public and private partnerships that deploy alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) and build supporting infrastructure.
  8. Protect The Environment
    A website dedicated to the concern of global warming.
  9. Centre for Environment Education, CEE
    Centre for Environment Education, CEE was created in recognition of the importance of environmental education in India’s overall environment and development strategy. The result of a unique partnership between government and a non-governmental institution, CEE was established as a Centre of Excellence in 1984, supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India.
  10. India Water Portal | Safe, sustainable water for all
    The India Water Portal is an open, inclusive, web-based platform for sharing water management knowledge amongst practitioners and the general public. It aims to draw on the rich experience of water-sector experts, package their knowledge and add value to it through technology and then disseminate it to a larger audience through the internet.
  11. India Environment Portal
    The India Environment Portal is initiated and managed by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) promoted by the National Knowledge Commission (NKC), Government of India.
  12. Green Teacher – ENVIS website for Environment Education
    ENVIS (Environmental Information System) is a programme of the Government of India, Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF).
    It is a decentralized network of distributed subject-oriented Centres integrating national efforts in environmental information collection, collation, storage, retrieval and dissemination. It comprises a Focal Point at the Ministry of Environment and Forests, and ENVIS Centres set up in different organizations/ establishments in the country, dealing with specific subject matter areas pertaining to the environment.