We aim to make traditional Hindu culture and wisdom relevant to address environmental concerns.
The Green Pilgrimage Network receives further endorsement from State and City officials attending the Kumbh Mela in Allahabad.
On November 23rd and 24th representatives from Hindu pilgrim towns and cities from across India gathered in Rishikesh to discuss how their holy sites can be more environmentally friendly.
On October 14th, the 7th day of the U.N.’s COP 11 of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Hyderabad, some of India’s holiest Hindu pilgrim towns and cities gathered to participate in the launch of the India chapter of the international Green Pilgrimage Network.
Hindus in Africa have launched a long-term plan to address some of the most pressing environmental concerns in the continent. Their nine-year plan was launched at an event in Nairobi, Kenya, at an event was hosted by the Alliance of Religions and Conservation.
The Ahimsa milk project, integral in the development and launch of the Bhumi Project, recently celebrated it's first birthday of production of slaughter-free milk. Read about their remarkable journey and future plans.