Every 60 seconds, 1.1 million liters of raw
sewagefind their way into the 1,560-mile Ganges
Water quality and conservation
Land use and biodiversity conservation
The CLEAN-India programme
aims to mobilise community
responsibility for environmental
assessment and improvement in
all major towns and cities of India
through schools and NGOs linked
with governments, business,
academic and other institutions.
30 like-minded NGOs, 400 schools
and over one million students who
coordinate the activities across 78
urban centres of India.
Use dustbins to manage the household
Dig a pit to dispose the organic waste and
Necessary for youths to take the leadership
and the notion of the nation
Use their technical knowledge about
agriculture, forestry, veterinary for the
resource allocation and for the proper
management of renewable natural resources
Improve basic idea about sanitation and primary
Strengthen health knowledge among students.
Make health awareness pamphlet.
Arrange some dustbins to improve sanitation.
Arrange education to women and old people
about cleanliness, roadside plantation and
Join The Movement
Better Health of Our family
Better Climatic Conditions
Better Eco System
Longer life of MOTHER PLANET..
‘When the last tree is cut and the last fish
killed, the last river poisoned, then you will
see that you can’t eat money.’
The Greenpeace Story