Green HYgiene India

Trapping the earth in too many harmful gases and warming up the environment, lifestyle growth has certainly led to tremendously increased pollution. 

In the realm of growth and development we human beings have contributed in the dramatic increase of Carbon footprint i.e. release of carbon dioxide by human activities. While this requires specialized waste management methods the stakeholders are scarcely worried about where the generated waste will go. 

We are well aware that poor waste management skills deplete the natural resources. Landfills, draining dirt in water, uncontrollable honking and reckless use of non-renewable resources are worsening the natural balance. This situation unanimously demands change. Various campaigns, events, social media movements and initiatives like Swachh Bharat are exemplary ideas which we celebrate.

Though it is wonderful to see people working responsibly towards Environment preservation, what we need today is more than just a campaign, we need to back the responsible people up by actionable solutions they can take that generate results and spread awareness among those who are not acquainted with the problem yet. 

So here we come up with Green Hygiene India.

What? Seems like another ENVIRONMENTALIST ? Yes, we are…but we won’t just post things on social media, we won’t just ask you to do the work…BUT, we will EDUCATE you, we will TRAIN you and will ask you to work on it, which is CALL TO ACTION!
Because when you educate an individual regarding an issue, (s)he will give a thought to it which will make them realize that EARTH can convert into VENUS and the realization will stimulate them to make an action which always gives an IMPACT!

As Wangari Maathai says “It’s the little things that citizens do. That’s what will make the difference. My little thing is planting trees.”, follow up to that, our little thing is to do the work for a LONG time.
Green Hygiene India focuses on environmental issues and wants to make a change in the world. It has a team of more than 70 people and tries to reach their hands in every area of India.

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