Environment The term environment means which surrounding around us and is considered as composite term  for the condition in which organism live.

Environment is the sum total of all social, economical, biological, physical ad chemical factor which constitute the surrounding of the man who is both the creator and moulder of the environment.

As we look around at the area in which we live, we see that our surroundings were originally a natural landscape such as a

  • Forest, a river, a mountain, a desert, or a combination of these elements…


The industrial development and intensive agriculture that provides the goods for our increasingly consumer oriented society uses up large amounts of natural resources such as water, minerals, petroleum products, wood, etc.


Nonrenewable resources, such as minerals and oil are those which will be exhausted in the future if we continue to extract these without a thought for subsequent generations.

Renewable resources, such as timber and water, are those which can be used but can be regenerated by natural processes such as re-growth or rainfall.


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Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)

Mumbai: the BNHS began as a small society of six members in 1883.

The influence on wildlife policy building, research, popular publications and peoples action have been unique features of the multifaceted society.

Undoubtedly its major contribution has been in the field of wildlife research.

It is India’s oldest conservation research based organization.



World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-I), New Delhi:

The WWF-I was initiated in 1969 in Mumbai after which the headquarters were shifted to Delhi with several branch offices all over India.

The early years focused attention on wildlife education and awareness.

It runs several programs including the Nature Clubs of India program for school children and works as a think tank and lobby force for environment and development issues.


Center for Science and Environment (CSE),New Delhi:

Activities of this Center include organizing campaigns, holding workshops and conferences, and producing environment related publications.

It published a major document on the ‘State of India’s Environment’, the first of its kind to be produced as a Citizen’s Report on the Environment.

The CSE also publishes a popular magazine, ‘Down to Earth’, which is a Science and Environment fortnightly.

It is involved in the publication of material in the form of books, posters, video films and also conducts workshops and seminars on biodiversity related issues.


Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun:

This Institution was established in 1982, as a major training establishment for Forest Officials and Research in Wildlife Management. Its most significant publication has been ‘Planning A Wildlife Protected Area Network for India’ (Rodgers and Panwar, 1988). The organization has over the years added an enormous amount of information on India’s biological wealth

Botanical Survey of India (BSI):

The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) was established in 1890 at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Calcutta. However it closed down for several years after 1939 and was reopened in 1954.

Zoological Survey of India (ZSI):

The ZSI was established in1916. Its mandate was to do a systematic survey of fauna in India.

It has over the years collected ‘type specimens’ on the bases of which our animal life has been studied over the years.

Its origins were collections based at the Indian Museum at Calcutta, which was established in 1875.


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Albert Einsteins


“Science without philosophy is just mechanics”.



Environmental Law Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India has become one of the most progressive courts in the world when it comes to environmental protection.

Closing down companies that continue to pollute the environment as well as making it mandatory for TV and radio stations to run environmental programme.

MC Metta is at the forefront of the development of public interest environmental law globally.


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